Got to the bottom layer of an old trash pit in Nashville and found something unexpected. A cool old Coca-Cola porcelain sign (well, half of one). Not sure of the date of the sign, but the bottles that came from on top of it are fairly old.
That sign is cool as hell. A mint one would be nice, but that thing has character! On the wall it would go!
Have it listed on Craigslist for $250 right now. Won't take a penny less. If it doesn't sell, I've got a rustic cabin in the Gatlinburg area that has a bar room that it will look just fine in.
How cool is that!
Really cool partial sign. The print is in amazing condition despite the poor condition (if that makes sense).
My Windsor version is made by Consumers, not a highly unusual thing for a Canadian bottle to be made in the US.
I was taking a nature walk and found my first two bottles. I have no knowledge of identifying bottles or even attempting to date them. I was hoping someone would be able to identify and possibly...
I collect canning/fruit jars and recently became interested in the Flaccus jars. Looking for mostly colored, either steers head or stag. Also would be preferred to have correct lids. Any help would...
My thinkin too! Gotta start somewhere! lol
Oh dang! I saw that the site auto saved it at the bottom, but I didn't see that til I already pressed post quick reply. Double poop.
Typed awhile on here and lost it all. I know, type it then cut and paste. Shoot.
Coming tomorrow. A story about how I tried to recover a sailboat mast lost in 100 feet of water . . .
I'm going to start a new thread here because I think I can tell a bunch of these stories and I'm hoping other divers will have some as well.
This thread kind of started after my 'clay beer spot'...