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    R. SWINLEY & CO

    Yes, thank you, it’s clearer now. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Gills

    How cool is that, eggnog! I love the stories around these relics. Thanks Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Lets see some slug plates

    Some super fine photos, thanks for posting. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Gills

    I’ve never seen either a green or an amber “ milk “ bottle. Where are these from and what kind of dates? Facinating Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    ~~~ 1840's... Black Glass ~~~

    Love that amber flask! What a beauty, butt so are the food bottles, middle pic Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    ~~~ 1840's... Black Glass ~~~

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    ~~~ 1840's... Black Glass ~~~

    These are substantially older, European I believe. Still quite impressive. With black glass, one should not be able to readily see the light come though easily. The color always remains blackish more so. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Dug a Privy Today.

    The deterioration of that St. John’s bottle from being underground is beautiful. Something that speaks for its age. Nice piece even if common. Great rusticity to it. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    R. SWINLEY & CO

    How cool is that, so early reuse as a daily bottle to carry in like a lunch box. So, I don’t really understand hutch bottles. How was it sealed with the wire in the bottle . Seems when I dug this type a long time ago, there was “no getting” that substantial “wire” out of the bottle. Sent from...
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    ~~~ 1840's... Black Glass ~~~

    I have about 20 black glass thee piece mold with hella lot of whittle marks (chattering from cold molds and steam is what I have been told causes whittle marks). Mine are very rustic and I thought they had to be 1860’s but maybe earlier? I need to dig those out, I used to have them out all the...
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    ~~~ 1840's... Black Glass ~~~

    SWEET! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Nice early Sacramento Cal Soda......

    You lucky dog! What an amazing find. The cobalt is especially impressive.[emoji3] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    2 bottles to collection..does any know if good or bad find. On left is ED. Pinaud Paris. On right is Fellows Co Chemist St John N.B.

    Brent Little meet Tim Little, been digging since I was 9, I’m 65 now. I grew up in rural Nevada, lots of places to dig and in fact one of the best was in my own back yard. Our back yard bordered the original Chinatown in Winnemucca Nevada. A city earth scraper doing some prep for a new fire dept...
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    Barry's Tricopherous.

    Man what a beauty- to me that’s the jackpot. Like finding a precious opal. Only time and the earth can produce that. How lucky you are[emoji1] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    finding more soda cans and some bottles fall searches

    Those old steel can were really something. No crush with ones hands! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

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