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Joined: 11 January 2015
Posts: 5,236
04 July 2017 07:27 pm

Went to look at a cheap mower, for one of my clients today. The guy mentioned that he had old bottles, so I came home with a tub dug by workman, developing a former ww2 army camp. 1499156802_20170704_174609.jpg

2017 326 Silvers for the year.
2018 TBA lol

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mudgee hunter
Joined: 02 January 2017
Posts: 722
04 July 2017 08:09 pm

I realy want a clean oldie for my gold, the vials are so test tube looking. I think the gold would look better in a bit of history. Like full to the neck in an old one gallon rum bottle! big_smile

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From: , QLD
Joined: 18 January 2015
Posts: 880
31 July 2017 07:03 pm

Something different cool

My very very sweet Newcastle bottles returned $50.00 for me,maybe there is some $$$$$$$$ in there for you big_smile

Even if there is no big winners in there they can still sell for a pretty penny with that amount thumbsup

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From: Brisbane
Joined: 18 February 2014
Posts: 2,655
31 July 2017 08:22 pm

Hey Rocket is that an Oyster bottle in the top half?
I can still remember the days when the local farmer would turn up at the pub on Friday afternoon and sell a bottle of Oysters for $2.
Just what a bloke needed after a skin full. roll

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