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  1. UnderMiner

    Finds of May 17th 2023

    Conducted a dig yesterday, May 17th 2023, here are some of the finds: Front Row left to right: 1. Seipp's Beer, Chicago, Alcohol Content 2 1/2% 2. Scott's Emulsion Cod Lover Oil with Lime and Soda 3. Burnett's Standard Flavoring Extracts 4. Major's Cement New York 5. Coli-Actine "Feng" 6. Ben...
  2. UnderMiner

    Pat. 1858 Mason's Jar (May 5th 2023)

    Was digging in the 1924-capped landfill today and found a Pat. Nov. 30th 1858 Mason's Jar with a grounded lip. This is my first jar of this type! So excited! Interestingly I also found a 1910 V nickle next to the jar. I need to bring my metal detector to see if there are any more coins...
  3. Cobalt Poison Bottle

    Cobalt Poison Bottle

    This is a tooled-lip lattice and diamond embossed cobalt poison bottle. It likely dates to the 1890's-1910's. It is 4 inches tall and 1.5 inches wide.
  4. Rex Tomato Ketchup

    Rex Tomato Ketchup

    This is a tooled-lip ketchup bottle dating from approximately 1890-1920. If anyone has any information about this bottle please share. Excavated in the state of New York.
  5. DavidW

    Differences between "APPLIED LIP" and "TOOLED LIP" on antique handmade glass bottles

    Hello group, I wanted to post this as it's own thread, as I posted this comment earlier on another thread, and realized it will get buried in the middle of gobs of other comments, and not be so easy to find. I really hope this will help and not hurt! If nothing else, check out the webpage...

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