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04-04-2019, 06:41 PM
04-02-2019, 08:41 PM
03-30-2019, 05:20 PM
Is anyone else going?
Thanks for the nice comments. Hopefully I will find some amazing stuff this year to share. You just never know what is down under. May all the Hood Sarsaparillas be broken and all the pontilled...
Canada, anything is possible our ancestors were for the most part frugal and practical.
Thanks for your comments, I found a link in Peachridge Glass about the same Professor Byrne who made some very fancy bitters bottles.
I will have to go back and see if I can find one....
Never found a bottle with Roman Numerals MDCCCLXX, it translates into 1870.
Found diving last week. Very fancy bottle w lots of embossing. It reads
"The Great American Genuine Florida Water...
03-04-2019, 10:13 PM
Interesting thread and also very sad that this is happening. We live in a land of hysteria now. The kids are being brainwashed to despise and hate this country, to not teach American history but to...
02-05-2019, 09:02 PM
Lookin Good Dan, I used to dive dry but have switched to wet suit year round so far so good just need to swim faster to stay warm. Nice bottles, like the ink. Do those rivers freeze over? Kevin
01-31-2019, 07:55 PM
Thanks Shdwn, GHop n Brazy, the brass tags apparently are quite collectible in the $25-$50 range.
Canada here is a link for some more info on lots of different European Stoneware including the one...
01-28-2019, 09:01 PM
Its Kevin, At first I was just trying to understand what I was seeing with the beaver. It was truly graceful swimming by me, all sorts of air bubbles trapped on its fur...
01-27-2019, 10:28 PM
Hear are my best whole ones, I found the odd shaped ceramic on the mudflats, the ceramic ink, Michigan strap 1/2 pint flask, and peppersauce found diving. Also an old rail road baggage tag.
01-27-2019, 10:15 PM
Figured Id get the cryin out of the way first.
01-27-2019, 10:14 PM
I usually get this thread up sooner. Happy New Year to everyone and hope 2019 is full of great discoveries and finds for all my fellow digger divers.
2018 was a year that I had a hip replacement...
I find them scuba diving alot, however the outer part is usually withered away quite a bit.
A Christmas Miracle!! Looks like a really nice area to boot. Merry Xmas Sandchip.
12-18-2018, 09:35 PM
RCO, Its interesting how city hall works in any town, they are in the know about most everything in town. In my town they know how to buy fire trucks too big to fit in their fire house and the other...
12-18-2018, 09:02 PM
"Can't wait to get back in & resume the quest! Ah well, there are worse things to be addicted too!"
Nice finds Dan. I like the ink, is it embossed Carter's on the shoulder?
As far as the...
Hi DeepSea Dan, Merry Xmass. Nice to see others diving this time of year. Do you dive with a drysuit? I used to but have switched back to a 8mm waterproof wetsuit, wetsuit socks, waterproof booties...
Reduce Reuse Recycle, Cheers
Thanks for the nice comments guys. Bob its a smooth base and its actually a mix of lead, brass, and copper. It really adds up so I take it and scrap it when I have enough to pay for my addiction,...
12-03-2018, 11:02 PM
Nice finds! Take advantage of the warm(ish) weather. I also like the olive oil bottles. Good luck.
I just thought I would do some research on the milk bottle and found some interesting info on a National Park Service site that I will paste below.
In 1908, the Buffalo Milk Company suffered a...
A close up on auto part, any info on it would be appreciated, Thanks for looking . Kevin
Sorry for duplicates, someone needs glasses. Last but not least I went in the mudflats today on low tide on my way to fill my scuba tanks and I found a broken (glue back together C A Richards,looks...