You know what you just described to me..... heaven.... diggers heaven. Digging ain’t just for the ground my friend, I would kill to stumble upon what you’ve just described. That seems like you got super lucky. And it’s alllllll yours. It’s a treasure hunt! Personally, if it was me, I would have gone through it all in a few days. It’s just so much fun because when you look online and see how much it’s worth or find out it’s history.... and you just got it for free... it’s just the best feeling. Make sure to take pictures of your cool finds as you come across them. And yea if you ever see anything that I post that you like or have anything in particular your looking for just message me about a trade or I’ll buy one. No rush though. Just keep it in your head.The other ones in that building look like the wide bottom blue one in the first pic I uploaded. There may be a couple of the taller ones too. There is so much old stuff crammed into there its hard to tell what else is under the junk/treasure lol. I think maybe more old milk bottles, but the big thing is a super old porcelain range I gotta some how move out of there to reach the back.
Im not against letting go of a couple of these. I bought an 1800s farm house loaded with crap like this, almost as if someone just walked away one day in 1980 and left everything here including their dishes and cookware. I cant even begin to describe the things in here. Stacks of magazines from the 50s and 60s. Hundreds of really old records. There was even an old grandfather clock and its gorgeous and works! The basement is packed full of old canning jars and milk bottles, and has another porcelain range and a beautiful old porcelain farm sink that is in excellent condition. They told me it was "full of junk". I'm finding that a lot of it isnt junk at all!