Back with a couple rare local Hutch bottles

NOLA_Ken

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It's been a busy summer and I haven't had much free time but I did manage to get out and find these amazing bottles.... The first is a somewhat rare Olin & Orendorf of So. Pueblo, not many of these were made to begin with and very few survive today. The second one is an extremely rare E. Mercier from Trinidad CO. it's got a pretty light embossing but still readable and the only one with this particular plate I have found anywhere so far.
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For now these two get pride of place on my Colorado bottles shelf
Thanks for looking and happy hunting!
 

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Lenrac2

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Those are really nice! Congrats!
 

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Great looking sodas, well done on the recoveries.
 

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Looks like you need to change your name to PUCO Ken now! :laughing7:
 
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NOLA_Ken

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Wow!!!! You don't see those bottles pop up ever!!!! As soon as you find doubles let me know!!!!!

I'm surprised I found singles, but if doubles come up I'll let you know. There's got to be some good bottles in the creeks where you're at... I've been slowly building a collection of Colorado bottles, most of what I have are pre 1920 crown tops but some of those are pretty rare as well. I need to get out and hunt some of the mining area creeks when I get some time off
 

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Finding Hutchinson bottles just hits different than other blob tops.
 

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Phenomenal rare bottles there! Congrats Ken!
 

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Curiosity got the best of me and I finally looked to see what a hutch bottle is. Glad I did! Those are beauties!
 

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Those are verry nice. My friend and I cought the river glass hunt bug bad this year. He has 10 to my 2 hutch bottles lol.
 

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