I'm not finding any information on L. B. M. Co. . found in Little Rock, Ark
thanks for any help
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Not sure what the problem is with the pics. They seem fine to me.
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Oh, I thought you were joking about the shells, because I was finding a lot of actual seashells. I will have to look more closely since I'm not sure which bottle you are referring to.
I don't think there are any BC bottle books for that era. I can only think of three and all focus on pre-1930 bottles. I've been trying to save pictures of every later BC soda bottle I come across...
I will have to find some BC bottle books. I could only find one picture of this bottle online, but no other information.
Yeah, seems he was right about finding more "out of area" soda bottles...
Nice demijohn, but definitely from the 1800s. They weren't making bottles that big until maybe the 1830s, definitely by the 1840s.
I agree with Leon, some broken bottles definitely deserve to come home. I'll bring any broken locals home with me if I haven't seen them before.
Oh also, I think I see a Shell bottle in there. Those can be somewhat collectible, especially if they still have the ACL on them.