I purchased this bottle recently and couldn't find a similar one online. In an oval slug plate it says "City Bottling Works Registered".
On the base it says: "S.W.B"
any information would be appreciated!
P.S. the base is a mug base
I found this recently while bottle digging! It has a pattern of oak leaves on it and has a monogram on the front that says either CS Co. or SC Co. And a faded mark on the back of which i can make out the word China. Any information on the plate or the company would be appreciated!
These are two bottles I purchased recently that I couldn’t find any information on. The first one is a “Thos. Lawler Full Pint Hartford Conn.”. And the second one is a large Hutchinson bottle that says “Baker Steam Bottling wks 28 OZ Registered Newburgh, NY”. Any information on these bottles...
i found this digging today and cannot find information on it. it is embossed " court bottling co 564 Court Street, Brooklyn, NY Cont.28 Oz" it is light green with brown striations and many bubbles. Any information would be appreciated!
This is a bottle I purchased recently I cannot find information on. It has a internal screw top. It seems to be machine made. The base says "B & Co. LD MADE IN ENGLAND". ant information would be appreciated!
This is a bottle i recently bought on E-Bay. i cannot tell if its real. it seems to be blown in a mold as the seams stops before the top. (there are three seams, one in the back and one on each side) i hope it's real!
This is the first sign i've found bottle digging or anywhere else! unfortunately It's been cut up. I couldn't find it online. if anyone can ID it, that would be great! Any information would be appreciated!
This is a weird glass jar i found that has a built in glass tube in the center. it says on the base "PAT. U.S. AND ENGLAND. SEPT. 5. 1899
MAY. 23. 1899 CANADA 534" any information would be appreciated!
This is a bottle i found a few months ago. I can't find any online with the same variation. it is embossed on the front "M.B. & Co." and then the address and on the back "1861" in large letters. Any information would be appreciated!