I hope that's not all you got for helping to paint the house! ..unless you were just holding the ladder..[;)]
I know they're not scarce, but I like them.. handsome bottles.. the first bottle I ever bought was a Paine's!
you know i have had big pits open on my job ,with thousands of bottles and i have only dug two of these[8|] maybe not a south jersey thing or something? then again an old time local digger tells me i have "very" good luck!!![;)] nice bottle none the less ~matt
That's interesting. I havent seen any actually dug so I have no data on them in the US. They are much less common than the amber ones here, maybe 1 out of 100 is aqua.
I still wouldnt mind finding one even if they are Canadian.
HEY CYBERDIGGER ILL TRADE YA A PAINES MINTY BOTTLE IF YA COME HELP ME PAINT , WHEN I BOUGHT MY HOUSE 5 YRS AGO WIFE WANTED NEW PAINT AND CARPET THROUGHOUT , OH AND DID I SAY FLAT PAINT ON THE CEILING (I HAVE 3 KIDS) ANYWAY I WOUND UP BUYING A MITERSAW AND CROWN MOULDING AND A BRAD NAILER JUST BECAUSE I CANT CUT IN WORTH A DARN . BUT STILL IT LOOKS PRETTY WITH THE MOULDING . COST OF PAINTING A ROOM 550 DOLLARS PLUS THE PAINT . YEAH WONT DO THAT AGAIN .
Found this in an antique store today in Pittsburgh. Ive dug a couple that have been broken, never found an intact one while digging. I've also never seen an unopened one before with some of the label...