Finally figured out how to get back on my old account! I dug this one years ago but it's still by far the best umbrella ink I've ever pulled!!
That's a beauty!
THE DEMIJOHN PAGE
Ole man what a find !
aka Sir Scavenger
There is just something about that cobalt blue, eh? That is truly a beauty. Did you dig that one up? and does it have a pontil mark?
Duh, just read your post again, sorry. Was this found near where you live? Did it come out of an old dump where most everything was hand made, or did you find it along with some newer ABM items?
Nice. That's an amazing looking umbrella ink.
I would agree that the lack of good finds in the wild might reduce the number of new collectors in the future . also here in Ontario there was a big boost to the hobby when all the dumps and bottles...
Dear Springfield Illinois bottle collectors... I'm looking for your help!! My wife, a great, great, great granddaughter of John P. Fixmer, would love to have a piece of family history. I'm...
Hello, I have this amber hutch that I would trade for picture druggists. It has a very minor lip nick as only damage .Contact me if interested, Dean
Hello Catman and Charlie. . .
1936: Working as a truck driver for Smiles Beverages in Saint John, until 1937.
1937: Working as a truck driver for Charles Gurd, in Saint John, until 1938.
came across this bottle when looking thru some sold listings on ebay , I've never actually seen one in person and can't recall even hearing about it before . so I was sort of surprised to see it .
The interesting thing there is that I would peg that bottle, with that lip, as British. of course, everyone re-used bottles in those days, or they may have ordered from a British glasshouse.