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Unusual Hamilton?

Posted By Old Oxford 8/11/2016 7:39:11 PM
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 Posted 8/11/2016 7:39:11 PM
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DEALER IN HAY AND STRAW!
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There is a hamilton shown at the end of this short video which I do not personally recall seeing before from John Potter of Malton.
Not only embossed as a lemonade manufacturer but also as a dealer in hay and straw, is it unusual or do I just need to get out more!!
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kDaF6KCMCWY
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 Posted 8/11/2016 7:58:03 PM
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Not one I'm familiar with. My maternal great grandfather Charles Henry Perry was a mineral water manufacturer, but also a 'corn dealer'. Shame he didn't have that embossed on his bottles, but he did have a rather nice lion on tower pictorial trade mark to make up for it !

Wanted --- any unusual items from Kent & the South East, including advertising, early stoneware, & bottles (of course!).  Also rare patent poisons, early pontilled medicines, & rare burst lip/teakettle inks.

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 Posted 8/11/2016 10:35:38 PM
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Hi Folks this bottle once belonged to the late Dennis Northmore and was sold in one of the BBR auctions when much of Dennis's collection sold. I believe it sold for £220 a number of American and Canadian collectors were bidding on these, I was acting for one of the Canadian bidders at the time. I was going to bid myself on this bottle, but it went to high and there were other items for me of greater interest. It looks like it has since been cleaned or tumbled - it was pretty sick the last time I saw it. Regards The Curator.

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