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    Short Dig, Starburst flask, well sorta!

    Did a short dig today and had some trouble with a tree and the ground that was like cement. Amazed we even got anything whole out of this. Only about 4 feet deep. The best thing to come out I think was this ground lip pocket flask. Thought it was just smooth until we flipped it over to see the Starburst design. Itís not the 1820ís style that we wish for everyday but still kinda neat. Stay safe out there people. Itís still smoking hot out. JgasClick image for larger version. 

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    Great glass, and man, that soil does look rock solid!
    Carl

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    Some real good looking glass Can you tell me anything about the Emerson drug bottle .I have one like it
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    The Bromoís are super common here in the Midwest. I dug a larger one as well. Donated everything to the floral shop that let us dig this spot. But yeah, Iíve only found one with the backwards Z. Itís a bit more rare. Cool window bottles. Thanks for the replies. Jgas.
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    New cleaned up picture of the sunburst flask. Question tho, the makers mark suggests itís not too old. But the ground lip and blown in threads suggest a bit earlier. Everything in the pit dated to 1890s I believe. Any thoughts? Click image for larger version. 

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    Thanks. Jgas.
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