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Few 1700s Bottles Today...

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Those are some pretty old bottles ,There super cool too

 

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That is pretty rad..............even in UK not may comes out in this condition

 

Well done!!!

 

 

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Was this in a pond or stream?  Better than digging them, Nice!!!!  GaryC/Oregon Coast

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Wow!!! You went from land hunting to scuba. It's a lot of prep work to get into this. I take my hat off to you. 

Congrats on those awesome bottles. 

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Really nice finds. With that scuba gear bet you do well just off the wading areas at local swim holes. Should be tons of rings.

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Nice work Calabash..saving that history 

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