This was kind of a neat find. First I found an old barrel they cut the bottom out of to drain oil in.
Last edited by Warf rat; 12-30-2018 at 07:02 PM.
That's a great sign! How did you find it?
Nice sign. Pretty good condition for it's age. Porcelain signs are always a great find.
I've never found a porcelain sign and would be thrilled to find something like that.
Canadianbottles,I was just digging for bottles and hit it with my digging tool. It was pretty exciting. ch
Hell, yeah. That is killer, you dog. Got to be a good one! Is it two-sided with a flange for wall attachment? On the right side, it looks like it rolls over the edge of what you have it laying on.
I think these bottles are Common, I got a few different ones & seen many others, most only get around $50 & some $100+. BUT, Most are Aqua. Oddball colors can make a big difference. yours is a real...
I would of took the Hutch home even if Broke. I got some pretty rough busted up bottles at home. LEON.
The Bottles Makers Mark on Bottom I looked up & ends up it dates from 1878-1883. LEON.
SO, Kinda bummed out it's a more common bottle & broke my hopes are high for it's buddy sleeping next to him. Why? Because it's a different shape & color so I assume not another Dederich, I got a...
I pull the first one out & see no Slugplate or name & think it's a slick. the top or blob sure looked attached in the hole but once I pull it out it Pops off. Clean break, it will glue back on. Then...
SO, After the Common Doyles Bitters I come across 2 amber quart size blobs tops sleeping together. I get all excited because they & this hole is old & they gotta be good ones. for me 1870's is old....
Yeah buddy way to go
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