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madjon
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while nosing around on the internet came across this site, they produce some usable repro glass ware,

http://www.northerner.com/html/scg-3_1.html

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Very nice, the wine bottle certainly seems reasonably priced, I'm not sure its robust enough for a knapsack though!

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Post by madjon »

has the advantage that if you break it then you can order another one rather than spend a while finding another original, thought it may be of interest as the last original bottle i bought was £35 and it sits carefully in a cabinet, whereas a repro one isnt so bad if it breaks.

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given Mr Prices ability to break wine bottles I would suggest he lays in a dozen
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