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A glimpse into my collection (1) "The Wall"

Patagoniandigger

Well-Known Member
Jan 16, 2020
235
28
Far away South: Argentina
Nicely displayed ! Congratulations
Every body wonna have a wall like this.
I think I found your Warmers among the large cobalt blue staff.
About the Joslin jug it surprise me.
Didn't know exist this shape. I'm complitely ignorant of stonware jugs. Once I decided not to buy a same shaped one because I doubt it's truthfulness. It's made with two pieces. Isn't it?
 

CanadianBottles

Well-Known Member
May 24, 2014
2,741
83
Nicely displayed ! Congratulations
Every body wonna have a wall like this.
I think I found your Warmers among the large cobalt blue staff.
About the Joslin jug it surprise me.
Didn't know exist this shape. I'm complitely ignorant of stonware jugs. Once I decided not to buy a same shaped one because I doubt it's truthfulness. It's made with two pieces. Isn't it?
It can be tough to tell which stoneware is legit and which isn't, I know I've left pieces behind that I later realized were legit. A surprising amount of old stoneware is still out there in thrift shops, much more so than old bottles. I don't take home anything that isn't marked though, it's just too common to bother with considering the space it takes up.
 

PlaneDiggerCam

Well-Known Member
Sep 4, 2017
614
77
Southeastern CT, U.S.A.
Nicely displayed ! Congratulations
Every body wonna have a wall like this.
I think I found your Warmers among the large cobalt blue staff.
About the Joslin jug it surprise me.
Didn't know exist this shape. I'm complitely ignorant of stonware jugs. Once I decided not to buy a same shaped one because I doubt it's truthfulness. It's made with two pieces. Isn't it?
Yeah I believe that the Joslin Jug is for syrup (explains the pour spout top).
 

HeadBasher77

Member
Jan 5, 2020
12
3
Here I am displaying my collection so far for your entertainment. This collection started when I first started out in mid-2015 and is still growing.

Here is what I call "The Wall"
View attachment 201704

Here are some noteworthy sections of "The Wall"

My crates, all of which are special. The Waterford, CT one is pretty rare. The Heinz is my favorite:
View attachment 201705

I have two shelves full of my embossed sodas and beers!
View attachment 201706

Local milks/ fruit jars...
View attachment 201707

Some of my Amber/Cobalt (can you find the Warner's? :))
View attachment 201708

View attachment 201709

Jugs and Large Ware (Note the W.F. Joslin Jug):
View attachment 201710

Well known sodas that are still around today:
View attachment 201713

This concludes this part of my collection.

Thanks for reading,
PlaneDiggerCam
Great collection! Thanks for posting pics!
 

swpender

Member
Dec 20, 2015
21
3
Here I am displaying my collection so far for your entertainment. This collection started when I first started out in mid-2015 and is still growing.

Here is what I call "The Wall"
View attachment 201704

Here are some noteworthy sections of "The Wall"

My crates, all of which are special. The Waterford, CT one is pretty rare. The Heinz is my favorite:
View attachment 201705

I have two shelves full of my embossed sodas and beers!
View attachment 201706

Local milks/ fruit jars...
View attachment 201707

Some of my Amber/Cobalt (can you find the Warner's? :))
View attachment 201708

View attachment 201709

Jugs and Large Ware (Note the W.F. Joslin Jug):
View attachment 201710

Well known sodas that are still around today:
View attachment 201713

This concludes this part of my collection.

Thanks for reading,
PlaneDiggerCam
fantastic!
 

Eric

Well-Known Member
Mar 25, 2008
534
18
Great collection and displayed very nice... Warning! You're gonna need more shelves... this hobby is addicting!
Keep going!
 

Vince

New Member
Feb 8, 2019
4
3
My wife is "encouraging" me to get rid of my collection. I think i have some decent finds - all from a local dump here in Austin. All from before 1960. I have many small medicine bottles, along with a few larger ones. Any idea how best to sell them? I will post pictures later.
 

EdsFinds

Active Member
Jan 4, 2020
43
8
Here I am displaying my collection so far for your entertainment. This collection started when I first started out in mid-2015 and is still growing.

Here is what I call "The Wall"
View attachment 201704

Here are some noteworthy sections of "The Wall"

My crates, all of which are special. The Waterford, CT one is pretty rare. The Heinz is my favorite:
View attachment 201705

I have two shelves full of my embossed sodas and beers!
View attachment 201706

Local milks/ fruit jars...
View attachment 201707

Some of my Amber/Cobalt (can you find the Warner's? :))
View attachment 201708

View attachment 201709

Jugs and Large Ware (Note the W.F. Joslin Jug):
View attachment 201710

Well known sodas that are still around today:
View attachment 201713

This concludes this part of my collection.

Thanks for reading,
PlaneDiggerCam
Well organized! I'd be scared of them breaking.
 

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