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first time bottle digging

I was on an area (Italy) to hunt relics when I spot an interesting bottle on the ground...
there is a landfill (1940-1960).
I decide to try, and I dig a two holes..
what you think about this bottles ? are they any worth ? I know that there are thousand in that dump.
 

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Ronstar

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Intact bottles can be valuable. I recently stumbled on a small trash dump while hunting with busted bottles and rusted cans, the bottle bottom had no markings but did have a patent number, from that I got 1937 and for a milk/cream pint bottle. The cans said Colgate and most likely toothbrush powder. Now, to find the old cabin or homestead.
 
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