there was a wide variety of items there , older soda water bottles , milk bottles , pop bottles , books , medical bottles , bottle caps , advertisements like signs . I didn't find anything stunning , a few neat local sodas from 50's era , didn't find any rare art decos from the 20's or 30's . I did find one from the 40's though . there seemed to be a lot of bottles selling , I'd notice as I walked around some were gone from tables , los of people looking for specific bottles ,
there was somebody walking around trying to find muskoka bottles , I overheard him ask one of the sellers if he had any Huntsville lake of bays bottles , think he may be a while finding that one, I've lived there and never once found one in good condition within the town limits , never even found a broken one and never seen a single one for sale in any of the antique stores here , did find a few missing acl label when swimming in a nearby lake but that's it
I'm always surprised by how many people were there , not sure if all of them were serious bottle collectors or not , some might of been "local " collectors just looking for items from there area or just curious to see what was there but either way it was busy
So that '1' is actually a line, first line in the box code representing Jan/Feb, so my swirl is dated July/Aug 1959...so it's narrowed down pretty good, anyways always neat to confirm the final year...