Cool. While I often find them with the cork lining still intact, I never find them with the paint still readable when pulling them out of the ground.
Just wondering if anybody else got an email from a "Billy Ar" attempting to sell a Success to the Railroad flask. The email had all the pictures matching those of one listed on ebay:
Can anyone help me with the use and possible value of this bottle. There is only a K on the bottom so I think it may be handblown unknown 1860 to 1880's or GW Kearn's & Co 1860-1868.
Very interesting! Love the kitten advertisement. Could have used this when I had a cold a week ago :D I 'll go through some of it within the next week or so and post pictures of some that look...
Hi, I would say certainly worth going through.
Many may be worthless but you may also come across a few gems.
It is always worth putting up some photographs for opinions.
Here is another example of many:
Any advice as to whether or not it would be worth it to clean them all up would be appreciated :)
Thanks in advance!