I've been intrigued by these for years especially since I had never recovered one in 30 years of digging, diving and detecting.
Looks like I found a winner from 1875, too bad is what not whole, really would've made my day. It is a Cherry Toothpaste.
These Gosnells lids are unfortunately generally very common world wide and worth around $30 in good condition, These have a great pictorial . Your part lid would date to around 1880 and the blue one pictured could go back to the late 1860,s
This decanter belongs to my mom. She is hoping to get any sort of information about it: what type of liquid did it hold? do the images on the decanter have a name? does the bird stopper go with...
Oh wow yeah I didn't realize how big it was. I've never seen anything like that in use in Canada, I wish it had a paper label as well because I'd be really curious to see who was using it.
That is definitely not from the early 1900s and has nothing to do with Karl Hutter. That's a no-deposit beer bottle from the latter part of the 20th century.
Great find!...those darn Consumers glass (No date code)
How much did the other Hutch's sell for? If I was there I probably would of bought them all, even though I prefer Michigan Hutch's. Nice find. Congrats. LEON.
Pic of my Fox Deluxe Half Gallon Picnic, I got a few more but never took a pic of them all together. LEON.
All my 1/2 gallon water bottles have that blob top while all my 1/2 gallon beers have the crown top. But all my waters are embossed while my beers are paper label. LEON.