I live on Bayou St. John in New Orleans and started digging in my backyard after finding pieces of hand painted tea cups. My house was built in 1911. I have since found a ton of glass bottles that seem to date to around 1930. I would love any addition information ya'll could provide. I...
I found this guy under my house. It’s an odd size and also has odd threading pattern on its lip. I know they can be dated by the different “Ball” logo styles, but it’s juuust a little too small to clearly see it.
I found this while digging in my back yard. (I live in New Orleans, 9th Ward) It was about 18” deep and it’s location was likely the site of the privy. I can’t quite make out the stamp but my best guess is “H KENNEDY 8 GLASGOW”. Anyone have a better guess? I’m so curious about it!
My A Schriener on eBay. Spread the word to your medicine collecting pals :)
http://www.ebay.com/itm/182080534760?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649 Don't know if anyone collects Seltzers, but this is one I dug up yesterday. A lot of case wear, a flea bite above the acid etching, and a chip off the base. Have a looksee.:cool:
This is a dark aqua A Schriener N O (New Orleans) bottle I dug up in 7th Ward in New Orleans. It was featured on Peachridge Glass's website where Marianne Dow said it was listed in the Bitters Encyclopedia by Ring and Ham as being a bitters. However, there is some kerfuffle as it appears to be...