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Ben Kornburger & Bros Co - Pre-Prohibition bottleNo2016-10-09$40.00
Ben Kornburger & Bros. Co Brewery opened in 1911 and closed in 1920 - it was open for 9 years only - Milwaukee, Wisconsin. This bottle has a lot going for it - although there is extensive 'rubbing' on the surface embossed areas, there are no chips on the exterior, with the exception of a few tiny (1.5-2mmm) point-chip on the edge of the lip. There is however a serious fracture in the glass, starting from the 'N' in 'KORNBURGER' and butterfly-ing out up, down, left and right for approximately 1 inch in each direction. This seems to be internal (not on the surface) to the glass. The manufacturing produced seams on either side of the logo area, extending all the way to the top of the bottle. There are period flaws in the glass, including some waving and small bubbles. Brown 12oz glass size.
Dai Nippon Brewery Ltd green bottleNo2016-10-09$75.00
Unknown age on the bottle, but the glass is heavy, of variable thickness, and has a seam running up one side (between 'Co.' and 'Ltd'). Seam ends just below the apparently applied top. Approx 12oz in size, lots of tiny bubbles. Deep dark remarkable green color - a really wonderful bottle. Unsure as to the exact age, but guess it is from the early 1900s or late 1800s. Email for more pics!
RARE Primo Hawaii embossed bottleNo2016-10-02$60.00
Older Primo (Honolulu Hawaii) beer bottle - pic shows emboss on both sides, as well as the top and bottom of the bottle. No chips. Very nice condition, but has usual wear from the years. Likely early 1900's. Additional pics available :)