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  1. #31
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    Wooo Hooo what a great BANNER find! Way to go!!! Breezie
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  2. #32
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    Yep glad to see the Onion on top! That is a great great find. Toss in a few commoners, but who cares. That Onion is just fantastic! And no privy digging for it! Ha..Congrats on the great find and the Banner! jgas
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  3. #33
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    What an awesome find!!!!! Congrats

  4. #34
    Quote Originally Posted by steelheadwill View Post
    Thanks Pete, Buckles & Crusader,
    Pete, that is a stunning bottle you found
    I think this is going to be a great site, esp during those Xlow tides,
    I searched there today for 30 minutes at mid tide, Smooth copper, pewter handle, pewter floral button.

    AND a 'Bartmann Jug' fragment, Early stuff here!
    "A Bartmann jug (from German Bartmann, "bearded man"), also called Bellarmine jug, is a type of decorated stoneware that was manufactured in Europe throughout the 16th and 17th centuries, The image of the bearded face is believed to have originated in the mythical wild man creature, popular in northern European folklore from the 14th century"
    HH & thanks to everyone for your comments!
    Well thats funny, that German Bellarmine is another one high on my collecting list & they are so expensive, even restored that I can't afford to buy one.
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  5. #35
    Congratulations to the Winner!

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    Quote Originally Posted by VOL1266-X View Post
    Herbie, I know little about old bottles and did not have an appreciation for the rarity of your find. Congrats on another BANNER!! HH, Quindy.
    Thanks Q!
    And I wouldn't have known about that 'WMI' button without your help....
    Best to you and yours!
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  6. #36
    Congratulations to the Winner!

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    Hi Breezie, JGas, Coop and Cru,
    thanks for your comments !!!!
    Crusader, that is the 2nd Bellarmine fragment recovered here.

    The man who researched the site has a top with the entire bearded face medallion intact.
    If i hadn't seen his, I wouldn't have known the signficance, I would have kept it as an interesting piece though...
    (for those not familiar, the faces are a separate piece attached to the jug)
    more history, was told Bellarmine resembled the 'wild man':
    "
    The popular alternative name "Bellarmine" is recorded earliest in 1634, and is in popular tradition associated with the cardinal Robert Bellarmine (1542-1621), a fierce opponent of Protestantism in the Low Countries and northern Germany. The reason for the association with Bellarmino is not entirely clear but was possibly conceived by Dutch and English Protestants to ridicule the cardinal.[4] Another possibility is his anti-alcohol stance
    " Best Digs everyone !!
    Last edited by steelheadwill; Apr 13, 2012 at 06:07 AM.
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  7. #37
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    Sweet bottle find.

  8. #38
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    Super cool bottle!!

    Steve
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  9. #39
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    Now this is what I'm talkin' bout! That onion is sweet...and the bartmann piece is awesome. You're in my dream spot and I can't wait to see what else you pull out of there!!

  10. #40
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    Such a neat looking bottle and it has survived three hundred years!!!
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  11. #41
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    nice bottles would love to find stuff like that is why i took up detecting

  12. #42
    Quote Originally Posted by steelheadwill View Post
    Thanks Pete, Buckles & Crusader, Pete, that is a stunning bottle you found I think this is going to be a great site, esp during those Xlow tides, I searched there today for 30 minutes at mid tide, Smooth copper, pewter handle, pewter floral button. AND a 'Bartmann Jug' fragment, Early stuff here! "A Bartmann jug (from German Bartmann, "bearded man"), also called Bellarmine jug, is a type of decorated stoneware that was manufactured in Europe throughout the 16th and 17th centuries, The image of the bearded face is believed to have originated in the mythical wild man creature, popular in northern European folklore from the 14th century" HH & thanks to everyone for your comments!
    These Bartmann Jugs are very rare even over here.... i had a fragment a few weeks ago too. http://www.treasurenet.com/forums/to...-new-pics.html I would be happy with a bigger one like You have! These onion bottle is great too! Every old glass unbroken is a great find! Congrats!

  13. #43
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    Wow you just don't those on the regular. Congrats and HH
    Best Find Yet: 1853 $1 Gold Piece & Abe Lincoln Re-Election Pin 1864

  14. #44
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    Isn't that neat? I've never seen anything like it!!! Most intriguing!!!

  15. #45
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    Steelheadwill, Herbie, HistoryFinderExtrodinair or whatever, The Gods have just dumped on your digging sites!You've only been doing this for 2years? I love your posts and your historical saves!May the Sun Keep Shining On You!

 

 
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