So today I found an abandoned house. It is in the woods. On what used to be the lawn, there are two milk crates full of bottles. The house has two partially collapsed sheds. There is also an old toy truck in one of them. There are lots of newspapers from the mid 90s in the sheds. The property...
Went to a yard sale today and bought a couple boxes of bottles. Got a few that I think are unusual. Fellows, clear Hood's Sarsaparilla, Dr. Kilmer's, Dr. Jayne's, Dr. Bell's Pine Tar, Dr. Jayne's with label. [attachment=DSC05756 (640x480).jpg]
I posted this specimen a while back when I first purchased it. However at that point we were unable to prove whether or not this particular example was genuine or a counterfeit. Has anyone ever seen another one of these? It is a nice piece but I think the label looks too good. The bottle itself...
Brought this back from a 50s dump today thinking that it was part of either a toy boat or submarine. It says EASY in big letters on the sides and STRIKE on the bottom of it in the back. Can anybody identify it? Thanks, Ryan.
Got these at a yard sale in town. Probably nothing rare, but at $2 each I couldn't pass them up!
Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry, Z. F. Campbell Pharmacist, A. J. Flagg M.D. Physician & Surgeon, H. H. Ricker & Co., Piso's Cure, and XXX Flavoring Extracts.
Found this pot lid today at a 40s dump. It says 2 gallons on it. At first when I found it I thought that it was broken, but I wonder if maybe the holes were for a spoon? Does anybody know anything about it?