a bottle digging tale

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I think I said the same to him :thumbsup:
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Hi Paul,
Great write up and as you know, have re awakened my interest in bottles.
Not got to the digging stage as yet but the odd surface find is a bonus.
Just hope I never sold anything valuable to the Antiques shop back in the late 70`s for what was then the princely sum to a 14year old of 20p.
Thanks for the PM yesterday about this new venture, has brought some untold joy back into my life.
Cheers, :thumbsup:
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Dave The Slave wrote: Tue Jul 21, 2020 3:08 pm Hi Paul,
Great write up and as you know, have re awakened my interest in bottles.
Not got to the digging stage as yet but the odd surface find is a bonus.
Just hope I never sold anything valuable to the Antiques shop back in the late 70`s for what was then the princely sum to a 14year old of 20p.
Thanks for the PM yesterday about this new venture, has brought some untold joy back into my life.
Cheers, :thumbsup:
Dave.
I wouldn`t get too overjoyed .You havn`t seen the Bill off him yet ! :lol:
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