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Found some nice fruit jars! Searching for bottles at a 1920s era farm (part 2)

PlaneDiggerCam

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Sep 4, 2017
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Southeastern CT, U.S.A.
After searching for hours I didn't find any dump. Before I was about to leave I followed a rock wall that led to a bottle dump alongside it, which continued for as far as I could see! Here are the finds from that dump today! I will definitely be going back, we have only just begun!

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Back (left to right):
Whitney Mason Patd 1858, Double Safety, big 1920s cobalt, Blown P.D. and Co. bottle, and a P. J. Ritter sauce bottle.
Front (left to right):
Musterole Cleveland milk glass, Sauer's Extract, Lysol, Kellogg's, and a butter dish.

Can't wait to go back and find more!

Thanks for reading,
PlaneDiggerCam
 
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hemihampton

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Oct 6, 2006
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I've dug that P.J. Ritter here in Michigan a few times. Believe they were from Philidelphia or somewhere in PA. Keep Digging & Good Luck. LEON.
 

yacorie

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Dec 10, 2018
151
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CT
The Whitney is nice and there are a bunch of varieties depending on where the dots are and how many above and below. Do you have a better pictures of the embossing?
 

PlaneDiggerCam

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Sep 4, 2017
257
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Southeastern CT, U.S.A.
The Whitney is nice and there are a bunch of varieties depending on where the dots are and how many above and below. Do you have a better pictures of the embossing?
Here you go (it has one dot below the word MASON): 20191113_162953.jpg

Hopefully I can go back this weekend if the weather warms up! There were signs of many old jars including cfgco. Monogrammed jars and a Glassboro Improved jar.
 

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