🔎 UNIDENTIFIED Figural liquor bottle of a patriot sitting on a barrel?

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Thought I'd post this here, since the bottle forum seems pretty dead. I picked a liquor bottle off the trash yesterday and can''t seem to find it on eBay or with a Google search. It appears to be a patriot or a minuteman sitting on a barrel with a drink in his hand. It's 11 inches tall and amber color. There are no numbers or a manufacturer's name on the bottom of the bottle. The stopper is missing, but it might have just had a cork in it. Any help would be appreciated.
 

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Looks very similar. Mine might be a Wheaton bottle. They used to reproduce a lot of figural bottles back in the 1970's. Thanks for the help!
 
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Could be, but this bottle is very large. Most Avon bottles weren't as big as this one. Avon was also known for putting their name on the bottom of most of their bottles.
 
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