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All but one (322.86HJ) of the bottles in this varied group of 12 were dug at western ghost towns and forts. From the collections of several of the early relic hunters in Wyoming and Nebraska, the group consists of marked bitters, unmarked bitters types, and a few other varieties (19.86HJ, 194.86HJ, 322.86HJ, 4.05HD, 48.86HD, FP633, WL482 and WL463). The individual photo for each of the bottles is marked first with its inventory number, then the type, location where found when known, color, size, condition, and price. Each bottle comes with a small display card. If the bottle is from a historical site, a brief description about that site will also be included, and the name of the collection from which the bottle comes. Additional photos of any of the bottles will be sent upon request. Please refer to any bottle of interest by first the Trocadero Number and then the Inventory Number shown on the photo for the bottle. You can view all of the old bottles in our catalog by typing the three letters BTL into the search box. NOTE: if you enjoy this ‘TWELVE different items on a single page format’, and would like to see all the different categories that we currently list in our catalog, spell out the word TWELVE in the search box and it will bring them all up. It’s a great way to save you browsing time!