Search results

  1. P

    2 new local hutchs

    It's actually Centreport on your bottle, not Centrepoint. And, the town still exists but now they spell it Centerport. I know this because I live here, lol
  2. P

    Some finds from Peoria, Illinois

    I do that sometimes too ‍♀️
  3. P

    Possible laboratory dropper bottle?

    I am so curious to find out what this bottle may have been used for and what type of closure it's called. Never seen one like this before. Bottle is clear, round and small. Marked on the bottom to hold 1 oz., made in the U.S.A., has an A in a circle to indicate Armstrong Cork Co., probably made...
  4. P

    Two mystery bottles!

    You could add the word "faceted" to help with your description of it
  5. P

    The Spirit Of Digging

    Lucky Dan, I don't own a blob top yet. Loved the post by Slugplate, very compelling.
  6. P

    Anybody recognize this mark?

    Anyone know anything about this bottle mark and bottle?
  7. P

    Found a dancing peanut guy last night.

    I think I know what this is. A melted Cory filter rod https://patentimages.storage.googleapis.com/pages/USD114097-0.png
  8. P

    Here are 2 more images of condiment jar

    I've seen a bunch of mustard barrel jars, but none quite like this,probably a little too narrow of an opening. There are some numbers on the bottom. I posted a picture of them in my previous post. Thanks for looking!
  9. P

    Here are 2 more images of condiment jar

    I wasn't able to post these with my previous post, but they might be helpful
  10. P

    Does anyone recognize this condiment jar?

    This jar is 6-sided (faceted) AND curved with wood grain texture impressed on it. I'm so curious to know what it was for and how old it may be. I can't find another example of it anywhere. It looks like it has the numbers 715096 on the bottom and a few other letters I'm not quite sure of.

Latest threads

Forum statistics

Threads
79,760
Messages
719,890
Members
20,870
Latest member
Eightball1
Top