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Basal fragment of a milk glass jar. Maker's mark on base reads ARMOUR & CO PACKERS CHICAGO. Dimensions of fragment - 6 cm x 5 cm (broken) Color and Form: White milk glass with a slight lip at the top
- 4.5 cm x 4.5 cm (chipped)
- Fragmentary, only the base (including maker’s mark) remains. Maker's mark on base reads ARMOUR & CO PACKERS CHICAGO.
Also see DUPRS_0001
Fragments of white porcelain dishware. The fragments seem to be from different forms but all bear remnants of the same rose and green ivy leaf pattern. None of the fragments recovered fit together so they appear to represent individual forms and…
Fragments of a white and blue porcelain vase ranging in size from 5cm-9cm. All of the individual fragments are in good condition (minimal chips and cracks)

The artifact is approximately 1 ½” tall. The artifact is composed of glazed, white porcelain in what appears to be the shape of a human. The glaze is cracked and the artifact is missing both arms, a leg, and the head. The color of the material in…

Clear, glass bottle with a rounded body and straight “throat” part which may have been hand blown. Embossed star letters “MO” printed in the center space of the star
It is complete and in good condition with some color fading/weathering near…

Glass bottle with “B.M. Dickinson Chatham, N.J.” embossed in a circle on the front. Dimensions: 7 inches high, 3 inches base width, 1 3/4 inch across bore.
Heavily rusted bent spoon and fork with 2 missing tines and 1 tine bent upward
The bottle is complete and well preserved. It is 9.2 cm. long from lip to base. The bore is 1 cm., the finish 0.9 cm., the neck 2.9 cm. in diameter, the shoulder 0.9 cm., the body 2.67 cm. and the base 3.1 cm. On the body of the bottle there is an…
Metal suspender adjusters, clasps and catches. "CH. Guyot" was stamped on the reverse side of some of the metal adjusters.


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