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  1. UnderMiner

    D. G. Yuengling - NYC Variant

    Today's finds: 1. H. Straehle, New Rochelle NY 2. Beadleston & Woerz Empire Brewery (1878-1920) 3. D. G. Yuengling New York (1880's-1897) 4. U-NO-US (You Know Us) Bruckner Beverages 406-414 E. 161st Street NY 5. Thos. E. Morrisey, 169 Java Street NY 6. Bowl from the New York City Central...
  2. UnderMiner

    First Hunt of 2024 - Circle Slug Flask, Tooled Crown Beer, etc.

    Some finds from the hunt I conducted yesterday. Included is a perfect condition tooled-crown Theo Young amber beer bottle. Theo Young operated from 1884-1906, meaning this bottle has likely been sitting undisturbed in the open for at least 118 years, that's 6 years prior to the sinking of the...
  3. Evers-Rehm Co. Seltzer Bottle

    Evers-Rehm Co. Seltzer Bottle

    Seltzer bottle from the Evers-Rehm Co. of 419-421-423 E. 24th St. NEW York. This bottle was made by B.&M. S. Co. - the Bottler's & Manufacturer's Supply Company of Long Island City, New York, which operated from 1897-1920. It has a tooled crown and a tiny one inch wide base, very unstable.
  4. UnderMiner

    Tooled Seltzer, Ink, Med, etc. (July 9th 2023)

    Today's finds (all BIM): From left to right: 1. Richert's Pharmacy 2. Evers-Rehm Co. 419-421-423 E. 24th St. NEW York (In small print: "B.&M. S. CO" Bottler's & Manufacturer's Supply Company of Long Island City, New York, circa 1897-1920). 3. Ink "Fill Only To Here" 4. The little white thing...
  5. UnderMiner

    1 Pt. Stoneware Jugs, Clay Pipe, Clay Marbles, etc. (June 15th 2023)

    Scored a number of firsts today down at the 1924-capped landfill. Found my first complete 1 Pt. whiskey jug and then a second even nicer 1 Pt. whiskey jug. Found my first 19th century clay pipe bowl fragment, stamped: "Dublin Pipe No. 1". Scored this huge clay marble, a shooter, as well...
  6. Blob Top Bottles May 16th 2023

    Blob Top Bottles May 16th 2023

    From left to right: 1. Charles J. Fritz Bowery Bay House 924-926 Steinway Ave. L.I.C. 2. The John Eichler Brewing Co. 3. The Ebling Brewing Co. New York.
  7. May 17th Finds

    May 17th 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 Hur 7. Flushing Mineral Water Co. Flushing NY
  8. 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...
  9. UnderMiner

    Circle Slug Blob, John Eichler Blob, and Ebling Crown-Top (May 16th 2023)

    Conducted a short dig this afternoon at the 1910-era site. Uncovered three bottles including a large circle slug blob: From left to right: 1. Charles J. Fritz Bowery Bay House 924-926 Steinway Ave. L.I.C. 2. The John Eichler Brewing Co. 3. The Ebling Brewing Co. New York. John Eichler in...
  10. UnderMiner

    Blobs, Meds, Stoneware, Whistle, etc. (May 7th 2023)

    These are all finds from a dig I conducted yestersay, May 7th 2023: The large bottles include: 1. Tooled blob C. V. Garrison Flushing L.I. made by the Karl Hutter bottling works in 1908. 2. Tooled blob amber bottle, no markings. 3. Machine-made Artic Fruit Juice Co. Norfolk Va. 4...
  11. Pat. Nov. 30th 1858 Masons Jar

    Pat. Nov. 30th 1858 Masons Jar

    This jar is hand tooled and sports a grounded screw top lip. It has the original patent date of Nov. 30th 1858 embossed on the front.
  12. Dr. Porter Medicine Bottle

    Dr. Porter Medicine Bottle

    This is a tooled lip Dr. Porter bottle from New York. Found May 4th 2023.
  13. F. Frankel Bottle

    F. Frankel Bottle

    This bottle was made by the Boley Manufacturing Co. some time between 1898 and 1911 for use by the North Beach Height F Frankel Bottling Co.
  14. Jacob Oertel Bottle

    Jacob Oertel Bottle

    1900's-1910's Jacob Oertel blob-top beer bottle from 151 Flushing Ave. Astoria Long Island.
  15. UnderMiner

    Blob Top C. V. Garrison Repair

    I found this cracked C. V. Garrison beer bottle a few days ago. I dug it out from under about 6 inches of thick mud. It didn't have its top so I kept digging in the general area until I eventually found it. The top had been separated from the neck for so long that patina/pest had formed on the...
  16. Broe & Gorman Bottle

    Broe & Gorman Bottle

    An unusual little bottle I found made for Broe and Gorman of 404-6 East 60th Street NY. It looks kind of like a Hutchinson but it isn't, it would have been sealed from the top with a porcelain lightning stopper or something similar.
  17. UnderMiner

    Mini Blob: Broe & Gorman, Cannington Shaw & Co. Jar, and Hallock's Fruit Extract

    Found these bottles over the last 48 hours. Today's find was a cute mini blob-top bottle for Broe & Gorman. In situ: After a quick rinse in the water: Now it's on display on the second level shelf: If anyone has any information about this company please feel free to share, thanks :D...
  18. S. Liebmann's Sons Brewing Co.

    S. Liebmann's Sons Brewing Co.

    This company was founded by Samuel Liebmann and produced, among other things, Rheingold Extra Dry. Samuel's son Joseph and son-in-law David Obermeyer would found their own company, Obermeyer & Liebmann's for 30 years before merging back with S.L.S.B Co. in 1924.
  19. Obermeyer & Liebmann's

    Obermeyer & Liebmann's

    This is an early 1890's O&L bottle featuring their trademark sun logo. The brewery lasted until 1924 when it went bankrupt and was bought out by Samuel Liebmann & Sons, who was the older company father of Joseph Liebmann, father-in-law of David Obermeyer, and investor of Rheingold.
  20. 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.

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