Nash and Roue, James ready ,Thomas Nash and Simeon Jones. Saint John bottles.
Those are some really nice bottles! I didn't know that internal thread stoppers were ever used in the Maritimes. Is that one on the left a round bottom bottle? I didn't know of there being any embossed round bottom bottles used in Canada at all.
Yeah the one on the left is a round bottom Nash and Roue from Saint John NB.
Cool stuff! NB has several round bottoms, I believe. I've seen them from Moncton, St. Stephen, and Fredericton (as well as St. John).
I've seen the James Ready before but not sure if I've seen the other bottles , we don't get a lot of NB bottles this way
Yeah we don't get a lot around here either. That's one area of Canadian collecting I know almost nothing about.
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Sand, your Cokes are amazing! Please hijack some more! lol
Sand, with Coca Cola's like that, I don't mind a hijacking! Those are sweet! Would you ever consider letting one go via trade?
I will take a picture of the back, wish I had thought of it but I am a newbie and I like to have never figured out how to post a picture. I will take one when I get home and post it. I believe the...
Probably someones art project years ago, thats the only thing that makes sense to me.
That's a nice one! In my experience these sorts of stoneware jugs are often tough to find info on. They generally seem to be pretty uncommon.
That's an interesting one, never seen any old bottles from Vietnam before. It's also probably the oldest ACL beer I've ever seen, assuming that it's pre-1954. Does it have any Vietnamese writing on...