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Nevada Brothels #6

 

The 40th decanter in the Dug’s Brothel Series is Mabel’s Whorehouse, and it was located in Crystal, Nevada right next to the Cherry Patch Ranch and Madam Butterfly’s Ranch. 1500 decanters were made, and was introduced in 1992. The next picture shows the Kit Kat Ranch 25th Anniversary decanter, and was the 41st decanter in the series. This one is in my personal top 5 Brothel decanters. Located in Moundhouse, Nevada, only 800 decanters were produced in 1993. All of these decanters quickly sold out and they command a hefty price if you are lucky enough to find one available. The 42nd decanter in the Series is Salt Wells Villa brothel, and was located in Fallon, Nevada. 800 decanters were made, and introduced in 1996. The Naval Air Station Fallon, in Fallon Nevada is still the home to the Fighting Saints of VFC-13, the Naval Strike and Air Warfare Center. That is why there is an F-16 on this decanter. I bet a lot of the pilots knew their way around the Salt Wells Villa Brothel!

 

The next picture shows Joe & Sally Conforte’s Mustang Ranch Brothel, and was the 43rd decanter in the series. 1500 of these special decanters were issued in 1982. This is another of my personal top 5 Brothel decanters. This one is very hard to get, and is one of the most expensive of the Brothel Decanters. One interesting fact about this decanter is the map is located on the bottom, and not the back of the decanter.

 

                   
                   

 

The 44th decanter in the series is Joe Conforte’s Mustang Ranch , 10th Anniversary Decanter. 1500 special decanters were made, and were introduced in 1986. The 45th decanter was Battle Mountain Ranches. 1500 special decanters were made, and were introduced in 1989. If you look at the top of the decanter, you see this mini represents 2 different brothels. The next picture shows the Moonlight Ranch 20th Anniversary decanter, and was the 46th decanter in the series. This is my favorite Brothel decanter. Only 800 of these special decanters were issued in 1991. It is also one of the most expensive of all the Brothel Decanters.

 

The last picture is the Shady Lady Ranch, and was located just outside of Scotty’s Junction, Nevada. It is the 47th ( and last) decanter in the series. This decanter was never produced! This is actually one of only 50 Prototypes made in 1999, and this is definitely the most expensive of all the Brothel decanter. Expect to pay $400 to $800 (USD) for this one, but only if you can fine one for sale.

 

So the answer to the question from the 2nd article asking how can there be only half a decanter is that only a prototype was made! Collectors are still hoping that someday a real decanter will be produced.

 

                   


                   

 

   

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