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Remember that urge to dig you had as a child? Are 19th

Jun 29, 2011 · It's finding these old 19th century bottles that makes his collecting world go round; he says, "The more good stuff you find, the more you want to dig and find better stuff." When he's lining up digs, he finds houses that were built from the 1850s-1870s and asks the homeowners' permission to dig.

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OLD WEST BOTTLES

"OLD WEST BOTTLES" ANTIQUE BOTTLE COLLECTING IN THE WEST Welcome to our website Thanks for checking out "Old West Bottles" website. Our site is dedicated to 19th century Western bottle history and the sharing of our hobby & information. Take a step back in time to the Old West and explore the past with articles, pictures, digging stories & Western bottles.

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19th Century Bottle Diggers - Facebook

19th Century Bottle Diggers. Join group. About this group. A bottle site for bottle people. Digging and collecting old bottles. Please post your finds.( TOC) turn of the century or older.

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FLASCHENJAGER - ANTIQUE BOTTLE HUNTER.COM Antique

Mr. Bottles--- A website by Wisconsin bottle collectors for all bottle collectors. The Museum of Connecticut Glass--- The John Turner House in Coventry, CT. 19thcenturybottlediggers.com--- 19th Century bottle Digging. Jeff Noordsy Antiques--- Dealers of Early American Glass & Period Decorative Arts.

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19th Century Bottle Diggers - A Line From The Past

19th Century Bottle Diggers - A Line From The Past - Bottles dug from privy s & dumps. The dig stories on my blogs were published in Antique bottle & Glass collector Western & Eastern Treasure Bottles & Extras and American Digger magazines.

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19th Century Bottle Diggers - Whats in your back yard.

19th Century Bottle Diggers - Whats in your back yard. - Bottles dug from privy s & dumps. The dig stories on my blogs were published in Antique bottle & Glass collector Western & Eastern Treasure Bottles & Extras and American Digger magazines.

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The Bottle Dump • - Tuugo

19th century bottles dug from privy s & dumps. The dig story s in my blogs were published in Antique Bottle & Glass Collector magazine. Dump digging is a name given to digging old dumps with the intent of discovering objects such as bottles which have historical value. Dumps usually date to the late

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19th Century Bottle Diggers - The Privy Digathon Story

19th Century Bottle Diggers - The Privy Digathon Story - Bottles dug from privy s & dumps. The dig stories on my blogs were published in Antique bottle & Glass collector Western & Eastern Treasure Bottles & Extras and American Digger magazines.

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19th Century Bottle Diggers - Melting pot

19th Century Bottle Diggers - Melting pot - Bottles dug from privy s & dumps. The dig stories on my blogs were published in Antique bottle & Glass collector Western & Eastern Treasure Bottles & Extras and American Digger magazines.

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Digging Videos - 19th Century Bottle Diggers

Bottles dug from privy s & dumps. The dig stories on my blogs were published in Antique bottle & Glass collector Western & Eastern Treasure Bottles & Extras and American Digger magazines. 19th Century Bottle Diggers

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19th Century Bottle Diggers - STRANGE MEDICINE

19th Century Bottle Diggers - STRANGE MEDICINE - Bottles dug from privy s & dumps. The dig stories on my blogs were published in Antique bottle & Glass collector Western & Eastern Treasure Bottles & Extras and American Digger magazines.

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Starting off the New Years bottle finds with an awesome H

Starting off the New Years bottle finds with an awesome H.E. Stevenson codd neck bottle! Late 19th century Australian glass. Close. 34. Posted by 1 day ago. From discovery to identification, here is anything related to the hobby of digging up antique bottles or glass. 6.9k. Members. 4. Online. Created May 22, 2013. Join.

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Digging Antique Bottles - Historic Glasshouse

The "igloo", "turtle", " teakettle ", "umbrella"," pitkin " and "cone," were favorite ink bottle styles, to name a few. One of the most popular mid-19th century designs was the "umbrella" ink bottle. This consists of an 8-sided inverted umbrella shape. This form came in many different sizes/panels/colors.

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19th Century Bottle Diggers - Dyottville Glass Works

19th Century Bottle Diggers - Dyottville Glass Works - Bottles dug from privy s & dumps. The dig stories on my blogs were published in Antique bottle & Glass collector Western & Eastern Treasure Bottles & Extras and American Digger magazines.

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China 1050kg Loading Capacity 75HP Skid Steer Loader Jc75s

China 1050kg Loading Capacity 75HP Skid Steer Loader Jc75s, Find details about China Skid Steer Loader, 75HP Skid Steer Loader from 1050kg Loading Capacity 75HP Skid Steer Loader Jc75s - Wuhan Kudat Industry & Trade Co., Ltd.

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Antiques Attic: June 2011

Jun 29, 2011 · It's finding these old 19th century bottles that makes his collecting world go round; he says, "The more good stuff you find, the more you want to dig and find better stuff." When he's lining up digs, he finds houses that were built from the 1850s-1870s and asks the homeowners' permission to dig.

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Medicines – Digging I95

Medicines – Digging I95. Medicines. A large number of medicine bottles were recovered from this shaft feature. Many of these bottles contained information that helped to identify the different medicines that the occupants of this household relied on to prevent and treat various illnesses and recurring symptoms.

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BOTTLE DIGGING MOTHER LOAD OF ANTIQUE BOTTLES!!! - YouTube

Oct 31, 2018 · Digging for bottles in Alabama with Russ Balbirona! We had a blast pulling some turn of the century bottles out! *****SUPPORT THE CHANNEL BY USIN

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Medicines – Digging I95

Medicines – Digging I95. Medicines. A large number of medicine bottles were recovered from this shaft feature. Many of these bottles contained information that helped to identify the different medicines that the occupants of this household relied on to prevent and treat various illnesses and recurring symptoms.

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Treasure Beaches Report: Pt. 2. (2020 and Beyond)

Dec 30, 2021 · Dropping balls to signify a specific moment in time actually dates back to the early 19th century. According to the official Times Square website, a time-ball was installed at the Royal Observatory in Greenwich, England, in 1833. The ball would drop every day at 1 o'clock, allowing nearby boats to synchronize their timing instruments.

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