Army Digger, some of them can be quite robust. Roman glassware, which is blown, tends to be frail. But the cast Islamic glassware is very durable.
Robby Bobby, Yes, a couple of them were authenticated. The big green one in back had also been professionally reconstructed.
There's actually a similar one on ebay right now, but it's cruder and pricey. This example, though reconstructed, is my favorite because of the basket weave pattern. I bought a lot of three just for this bottle then sold the others to pay for it lol.
I don't post much anymore because I don't really collect much anymore; but I collected these over a couple years. They're medieval Islamic, one Byzantine, and one unknown in origin. Mostly from the later half of the first millennium. I had a few of them authenticated.
Before anyone takes...
nhpharm, thank you. I spent a few days in the fall figuring out where I'd put it and finally made a map.
Yacorie, the problem is, there's a door on every wall and the closest one to the bedroom is the one in B2. It went straight to the property line, away from the wind, and was a rather useless...
1850s farm house (A). 3/4 Cape Cod in style with a door on each wall; plank construction settler's cabin.
Original barn burned (E). Lots of stuff around it. Historically, it was a cattle farm with some crops on original 40 acres.
In my opinion, the most likely location of the privy is...
I really don't have most of mine anymore. Used to have a bunch of SS Cokes and pre-pro beers, but most of them I upgraded or sold and never re-acquired. Some of these Paul's Drinks came out of a lake. The far left one was the one that got me started as I found it in a lake as a youth.