This site covers 1840's to 1880's glass works in Canada. It also has a lot of information on fruit jars and Insulators.
A very informative site, thank you for posting the link.
I hope you don't mind but I have taken the liberty of also adding it to the British Antique Bottle Forum links.
Last edited by Old Wiltshire; 07-07-2019 at 06:25 AM.
Wow this is great, never seen this site before. I'll have to read through it when I get a chance.
That's some of the cork that's fallen apart over time into the water.
Is that sediment inside on the bottom or gunk on the outside?
Found this in an antique store today in Pittsburgh. Ive dug a couple that have been broken, never found an intact one while digging. I've also never seen an unopened one before with some of the label...
Some new ones today from an antique mall.
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ACV_6633 by photolitherland, on Flickr
Find of the day is this intact never opened Buffalo Lithia...
Fantastic Find! You might want to check this out from 2013 ...
This article hardly says that using rubber cement is the perfect solution. In fact it recommends not using it!
You're right. People didn't overthink things back then. My name is Curt, not Leon though.