This was kind of a neat find. First I found an old barrel they cut the bottom out of to drain oil in.
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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.
It's on inside.
Yeah to my knowledge the only ones which actually had Coca Cola in them were the bottles with the script on them (not counting NDNRs). Flavour bottles like you're talking about exist for a few other...
Generally isn't "stuff", it's damage to the glass. So no you can't soak it off, you have to put a bottle through a tumbler to get the glass clear again. Or I think people use some sort of oil...
Looks like a standard 1930s-50s beer to me. Not sure if the US ever had anything like this but in Canada beer companies have used generic reusable bottles which get shared between different...
That mineral stuff from the dirt?
New to forum just found a NATIONAL BOTTLING COMPANY - SparkPlug flip-top bottle - soon as I figure out how to send pictures I will - wondering what the market may be
Boy those are clean and very nice. Hope I find some Art Deco bottles some time.