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    Question Just Started Digging

    Hi Guys,
    I just bought a four acre property with a brook in Massachusetts. My father and I have been doing some detecting and general digging. So far, we have found 2 bottles, one from the brook, and the other (pictured), Dad dug in the woods. That's the one I'm seeking any info on in this post. It has a "3" on bottom. Light bluish glass, more pronounced at the base. The seams look like they continue all the way through the lip, however, there looks like a horizontal seam (not straight) above the base. The bottle measures 9.75" L x 4.25" W x 2.5" D.
    Brand new to this and loving it! PS Not sure why this images are posting every way except the right way. Any info greatly appreciated. I will post the othe one soon.
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    Last edited by SMJB; 08-31-2019 at 08:28 AM.

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    looks like a ammonia bottle had a paper label . 1915 to 1930s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunrunner View Post
    looks like a ammonia bottle had a paper label . 1915 to 1930s.
    Agreed either Ammonia or Bluing

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    Thank you!

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    Ditto! Agree, ammonia bottle, early 20th century.


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