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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Any information about these would be appreciated thanks!
D Shift 89 one side workers names other side
DOMGLAS CHANGE-CREW 1989 one side workers names other side
That's the thing with bottles. Just when we think we have it all figured out there's something that throws us off the trail. Maybe they had a large stockpile of some older bottles around. But I've...
Just a couple of weekend finds I thought I would share.
Thank you all for your help! I really appreciate it!
Yes, all 7-Up bottles. I'll pull them all down and post a photo shortly.
A pic I took this year.
That bottle does look surprisingly old for 1912. BIM bottles were still definitely being made in large quantities in the 1910s, but if I saw that one without a label I wouldn't have thought it came...