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Blue glass bottle fragment with “Pat. May 16TH 1899” embossed on bottle base and on the bottle side embossing ending in “...& Bro.” The bottle is fragmentary and only part of the side and base are present but the shape is of a square sided…
Fragments and partially complete, green-tinted, rounded bottom glass bottles. One basal fragment is approximately 5.5 centimeters wide from one side of the bottle to the other. The glass is approximately 1 cm thick. No markings are visible.

Glass bottle, approximately 6cm wide at the base and 10cm tall. Reads “IRON GLUE McC. & CO.” on the bottom.
The rectangular bottle is made of amber glass and was found intact. It has Boericke & Tafel New York embossed onto the side. It stands at 6cm tall with a 2 cm diameter square base. There are two seams along the sides. The neck is round with a slight…
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.
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…
- 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
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
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