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Can I please have some opinions on whats left of this bottle

michael NY

Member
I would be thankfull for any kind of information on whats left of this bottle. The water line in the lake has droped and I was detecting and eyed this I know its old and thats why I grabed it. The area has clonial history. The measure is for a refrence in size and the color is black. Thanks in advance

Michael
 

bootyhoundpa

Well-known member
It would appear to be the bottom of an English black glass bottle...if that is a graphite Pontil scar on the bottom as it appears in the picture I would guess age to be somewhere between 1770-1830s... I base that on the crudeness of the glass and the pontil scar... despite its age it probably wouldn’t have a whole lot of value if was whole unless it had a seal or unique marking on it ... cool find anyway...
 

michael NY

Member
Thank you I appericate your knowledge. I will go back the lake is still low and see if I can find any more bottles.
 
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