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Bottle #975

Wagon Tracks in the Sand

This is a fantastic scene of a Comstock wagon heading west. This covered wagon is being pulled by two oxen with large yokes around their shoulders. A …

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Bottle #1353

Walfang um 1850 in a Bottle

Around 1850 there were about 700 to 900 such ships, which killed about 10,000 whales in good years. On an average American whaler in the 19th century drove …

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Bottle #544

Walfischjagd "Whale Hunt"

This is a wonderful diorama of a whaling scene in the Artic waters. This folk art depiction bottle contains a whaling ship in icy waters with icebergs …

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Bottle #490

Walk-In-The-Water

This is a model of "Walk-in-the-Water, a pioneer steamer of the Western Lakes. The model is built as a whole hull model secured to the bottom of the bottle. …

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Bottle #582

Walnut in a Bottle

This is an actual walnut that was grown in a bottle. It has grown to a size that makes it impossible to remove from the bottle. The story of this bottle …

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Bottle #923

Warship Repairing 1809 in a Bottle

This is a scene of a Brittish Man-of-War nachored in a harbor with a supply boat along side. The warship is wonderfully made with great detail in deck …

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Bottle #986

Washing Day in a Bottle

This is a great village scene in the Philippines. There is a rattan hut on stilts with nice features including ladders, windows with push out covers. The …

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Bottle #1120

Water Tower

From Keith Brown: "Here's my latest, it's in a beer bottle 10 1/2" tall, 3 1/4" wide body, 3/4" neck opening. It is inspired by a local micro brew beer …

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Bottle #1193

Water Wheel in a Bottle

This is a scene of an old Water Wheel built in a Crown Royal bottle with a 5/8" neck opening. It sits over a falling rocky stream which supplies its power. …

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Bottle #1378

Waterschip in a Bottle

Back in de 17th century, these ships were used to catch fresh water in the river and lakes and transport it to the big cities like Amsterdam. There it …

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