I found this wine bottle in Lake Erie. I know it does not have any value, but can anyone date it? It has no seams anywhere on it. It is 10" tall, and 1 1/2" in diameter.
it be pretty difficult to date it to a certain year , its obviously old but wine bottles like it could of been used for many years
These are tough to date but likely 1880's-1890's.
Nothing to add directly related to dating the bottle but I have dug a few just like it from a spot where everything that can be dated is 1880s to 1920. Heavier on the turn of the century stuff though, 1900 ish.
The Earliest I can seem to find an 8oz Pepsi swirl bottle is 1960. Does anyone know if there was an 8oz in 1958 or 1959 at all? I find it strange that they would have the 6 1/2 oz and 10 oz in the...
Tempted to use a dry microfiber cloth...Can anyone share what they use to clean off dust?
Thank you. The information is helpful. Do you know if the "POOR MAN'S" is the name of the company, or does it have another significance?
I think those are barnacles.
Advertised by E. Chamberlain of Cambridgeport (Cambridge) Massachusetts in the late 1870's. Cool bottle. Looks like your example is a bit newer...perhaps mid-1880's.
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