Got some nice bottles while attending the Somers CT Bottle Show!
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E.M. Ferry Essex, Conn. Blob, J.S. Birden & Co. Hartford mustard jar?, Chas. H. Rose Pharmacist Manchester, Conn. (W/ rose pictoral), The property of McNulty & Murphy Druggists Middletown, Conn. Aqua druggist...
Hello all! Here are some of my finds from some recent adventures...
I stumbled across what I believe to be an old railway dump. Unfortunately it isn't very old, it barely gets to the early 1900s. However I found some good bottles and will be going back in search of local milks as this dump is...
I was vacationing in Jamaica and there was an old sugar mill from the 1830s on the resort property. I also found some old looking shards near it, but nothing whole. I have a video of it on my YouTube channel: PlaneDiggerCam.
After reading many posts on here about YouTube, I figured I'd reveal that I too have a channel. My channel: PlaneDiggerCam displays my many digging adventures. If you get a chance please check it out and subscribe, thanks!
Here are some more finds from my friend's 1920s farm dump.
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Ball Ideal, Havens Bottling Works Westerly, R.I. quart crown, Sunlight Bleach Sunlight Chemical Corp. Phillipsdale R.I. , The Lee & Osgood Co. , and a Atwoods Bitters.
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I got this calendar pad at a R.I. antique store for a low price. It is for the Diamond Glass Co. Of Royersford, PA. I thought it was a nice piece of glassmaking history. Does anyone know how many of these exsist?