Help me identify these please!

Lcender

Member
I found these on a riverbank, where a tree had uprooted, and a bunch of stuff was washed out. The tiny jar is very small, about 3 inches tall, clear and heavy. The bottom marks are: 106, a J in a circle, a K in a keystone, and 2. The stoneware bottle is very heavy, cream colored, about 8 inches tall. (I’m hoping to go back next weekend and look for the broken top!). If anyone has any ideas about what these were used for, and how old they are, I’d really appreciate it!
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CanadianBottles

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Jar looks like a vaseline jar or something similar. Probably dates to around the 40s or so. The stoneware bottle is earlier, hard to be sure without the top but it reminds me of UK stoneware beer bottles from around the turn of the 20th century.
 

ROBBYBOBBY64

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Actually, this dollar bill is priceless to me! I got this handed to me at a drive through last week, and someone had added to the back of it:
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For some reason, this cracks me up!


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That is funny. The Old Boner Bill. I love error bills.
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