All I can see on it is ...W or N IA CO. RI on the base says W.T. Co. 2 USA
Any guesses? Thanks -PlaneDiggerCam
... AMMONIA? It'd be nice to see the rest of that one, for sure.
Taylor, where are you? RI expertise needed.
You have me stumped! Certainly not a bottle I've ever seen whole. I'll try and do some research on it. Go find an intact one!
Best guess is the B.P. Clapp Ammonia Co. Providence, RI. It's the only ammonia company in RI I could find.
No images for that bottle on google that I could find.
Thanks everyone for the info and help
On the contrary, most diggers I know have dug up partially intact labels. Some even seem to fossilise to the glass. The less fortunate ones deteriorate almost as soon as they hit the air and dry, as...
The bottle might be just a bit older than 1910. From what I've seen, most druggist bottles were putting graduations in around 1910 or so. Some earlier, some not putting them in at all, but in...
Wonderful finds. Those two soft-drinks are of very early 1900s shapes.
It is a J.L. Odell Druggist, Lake Village NH
you can get a close up under the digging and finding portion of the forum under my post 2017 bottle finds.
Ooooh a Navy button, very nice!
That my friend it does!
Here's a horseshoe druggist from Halifax that I bought at a recent bottle show, T.M. Power.