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Tried a new spot this morning.

RoyalRuby

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Oct 5, 2019
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I found a small dump while doing some roadside searching about two months ago, I knew there was a home/farm real close to where I found the dump which has been long gone for quite some time, at the time I found the glass shards on the ground, I didn't have digging tools with me and decided to come back when prepared, this morning was that time, not real deep where I was digging but was still able to find several more Packie style beers, one of which is a first for me, it's the darker bottle first on the left, it was made by Seaboard Glass Co. out of Pittsburgh that (under that name) was only in business from 1943 through 1947, I really wish the Webber's soda wasn't broke, it really is a cool looking bottle, the Hazel-Atlas made salt & pepper shakers look really cool as well, still have plenty more digging to do at this new spot!...... :)
 

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RoyalRuby

Well-Known Member
Oct 5, 2019
230
43
Buckeye State
the webers soda defnitly looks older than the other bottles , its broken ? hard to see in the pics
Yeah, I think it's from the 40's time period, and as I mentioned above , it is unfortunately broke, hoping to find another on a return trip in the near future.
 

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