I decided to do a pre-Easter marsh dig yesterday that began with a perimeter walk to see what the winter turned up. At the very end of my walk, I found a spot with a good amount of exposed glass. It was kind of exposed to a few houses, but I decided to dig a test hole. Well, three hours later, I had an overflowing bucket of bottles! One of the homeowners came out to see me, but he was just curious, and when I gave him a platter I dug, he got excited saying how much his wife would like it. Enjoy the pics! The haulBig jug with intact handleDixon & Carson Walker St. NY (smooth base)Jacob Wirth & Co. Prov. RI and Gladstone Springs Water Co. Narragansett Pier, RIGood ol' Kilmers!Flint glass cruets stained black by saltwaterCute cosmetic bottle and pontiled vialDr. Huyler's Gravel Dissolver. Probably my favorite finds. Completely unlisted and early!Salva-CeaJohn Wyeth Beef Juice and a brass pawn piece?Hero fruit jar pintNice graduated set of inkwellsThe bottoms look nice too!Another solid inkwellNice fruit jar lidGlass buttons. I don't know how I found these in salt marsh muck!And lastly a mystery item. It is made of shells and has a glass vial inside. Maybe for smelling salts?