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KILLER DIG!!!!!! Pontil's and pre-1870s galore! Also killer militia stuff!


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Apr 25, 2020
Killer dig today! The spot I found was covered in rocks, but dated back to the 1700s! There were bottles in all the crevices! I'm out of breath already, lol, so I'll just show you guys the finds!

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Back from left to right:
Atwood Bitters, Blank early med, St. Jacob's Oil, Johnson's American Anodyne Linement (c. 1850s), Howe & Stevens Family Dyes Colors (c. 1850s), early med with huge bubble!
Front from left to right:
Sweets Infallible Linement Open Pontil, Flint Glass perfume, Colgate & Co perfume, and a open pontilled umbrella ink (broken top ☹)

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Left to right:
Clay marble, glass button, 2 P & S 1875 S.S. Co steamship buttons, U.S. Militia eagle buckle part, 3 eagle U.S. Militia buttons.

Early bottle, look at the bubble! :
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Open Pontil, Steven Sweet's Infallible Linement (w/ contents):
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Rolled lip Johnson's American Anodyne Linement:
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Early! Howe and Stevens Family Dyes & Colors:

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I wish I could find a good place to dig.

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