This was before shelves, glass everywhere ! If you can believe it i probably have traded ,sold or thrown away at least as many as i have pictured ,started out keeping everthing with embossing then i found this great site and learned that not everything i found was one of a kind (there i admitted it ) Thanks to all and especially ,Roger for a great site !
ps i still have some tubs tucked away in the barn,the wife can't see them they are still covered with hay bales.
that was GREAT!
like watching a fireworks display go off...
I loved watching the live show!
I remember seeing many of the digs
and the pleasure you have given many of us here.
YOU are a gift to this forum.
I hope I see you around more.
Would love to just play looking at all your finds.
I'll be watching for your next dig.
many thanks and best wishes to you,hopefully my new 1850's house dump permission will yeild some goodies to share . Rick that was the easiest crock i ever found . Old Timer i do not think i can narrow it down to one favorite yet 3 is about as narrow as i could go 1st local stuff,2nd poisons,3rd inks and probably in that order. Also forgot to thank everyone again that i have have traded with here ,thanks again
Digs, nice display. Your welcome to come take a look at my stuff anytime. As I think you already know I like local stuff as well, minus the milks, but I have a few. Do you have the gallon Judson's? PM me if you would like to stop by my place sometime or vise versa. Thanks again for posting I enjoyed looking at all the pictures.