Hi everyone. Popped up what I thought was a rock and found this George Brehm beer stuck in an old iron ring of some sort. Bottle is really interesting. Top half is slightly twisted. I usually see this in neck of the bottle not entire body. What causes this?
Dug this recently. I can’t find much information on the bottle or company.
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google search comes up with mention of a liquor store. Someone sold a clear one and described it as a medicine...I’m assuming this is a whisky? I’d appreciate...
Hi everyone. Here is a George Brehm Baltimore County MD beer. I think this a loop seal. Has a seam inside the mouth. Is it loop seal or another kind of lighting seal?
On the back side there are bunch of slightly raised misshapen rectangles. Like the mold wanted to spell something and...
Hi again. This was found right next to the mineral water I posted yesterday.
What’s the common term for these types of bottles?
Any sense of rarity?
I think it’s time to purchase Baltimore Bottle book. I appreciate the wisdom!
This is my first full stoneware find. I believe this is an Appollinaris mineral water from the late 1800’s based on other stuff I’m finding. What do the initials “IG”under the handle mean? Are they a makers mark? Thanks!
Found a new spot which I think is pre 1900 or just around there. Does this bottle fall in the pre 1900 range? Is this considered a loop seal? The Standard Brewing Company of Baltimore City.
Dug with a bunch of 1930s milks. “Fru Ju” registered contents 8 flu. ozs. Base says “PAT applied for”. Any info about the company/dating/ drink type would be appreciated. I can’t find anything.
Hope this finds you and loved ones doing well. Dug this yesterday. Usually, when I find something new, I can find history on the company and related product online. I can’t find anything about this one. Would love a lead if anyone has one. I’m getting a just pre 1900 vibe though...
The City Dairy and Gardiner dug. The Brooklandwood was plucked out of a brush pile in old stream bed. Gardiner family has really interesting history. Really all do. I’m dating 1910-1920s. That seem right?
Been a while. Was able to get out and found a new (to me) spot. Picking through some surface stuff and this caught my eye. A lot of interesting details and subject matter. Any ideas about date and type. Screw top whisky flask 1942?
Found these two near each other. On impact they seem the same. When I look closer I notice the bottoms are different. One is blank one has a 6. The forms of the bottles seem slightly different. What are the differences about?