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#26

Palmer Digger
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Joined: 26 March 2013
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11 July 2018 09:27 am

Talk about things being stored away for decades. Well, the contents of these two might not be smooth on the palate, but here you go .. Original and never opened Buddy Rum and Cola. The smaller bottle (bloody cockroaches have had a chew on the label) dates back to the early 1940s and was produced especially for the US personnel stationed in Australia during WW11 .. A lot of history around Bundaberg Rum, ay.
Any interested collectors out there, PM me. These two relics need a new home!

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In Gold We Trust

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#27

Dihusky
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From: Gold Coast, QLD
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11 July 2018 07:10 pm

Could be very interesting to drink, I think Cola back in the 40's may still have had cocaine in it

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#28

Eldorado
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12 July 2018 03:54 am

I didn't know pre mixed spirits were being made in the 40s.Very interesting.

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#29

Way2go
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From: Cherrybrook, NSW
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12 July 2018 09:56 am

Contact the Bundy company, they might be interested in purchasing it.

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#30

Dave79
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13 July 2018 09:54 am

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Prospecting must be like fishing, the big one keeps getting away!

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