I found the bottle labeled J W Juengling & Co Boston, Mass.
One side says “This bottle not to be sold.” On the to cover it says “Pat’d K Hutter”.
Anybody know anything about this bottle, google doesn’t.
thank you for your research assistance. hopefully next the original poster will be back with a picture of a bottle.
this cap was dug up at a street corner, under a stop sign, next to a sidewalk. it helps me imagine the lifestyle back then, here where Roslindale meets Jamaica Plain. I recall looking up another thing bunner dug up -- it was a medicinal tincture bottle fragment with text enough to determine a similar circa-1915 burial timeframe. I wonder if the occupant(s) had any trash plan, if they dumped where the streets meet, if common littering corners where a thing here, if one passerby tossed beer and syrup trash at one time.
This isone (1) used1902 Waltham grade 603 bridge-plate model 1899 open-face pendant pocket watch in a 10-carat Philadelphia 20-year case and a soft box. as inscribed, it was gifted to a Thomas W. Canniff for Christmas in 1913.