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    Roman Pitcher Old or New?

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    Mold line to me says not too old. Cool Though.
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    How old, do you consider old? I can see on the bottom where the paint has chipped off.
    I am having the unique opportunity to go through some 800 lbs. of un-explored “fill/refuse” taken from the ‘Great Chicago Fire, of 1871’ that had laid untouched in wooden barrels for over 100 years. Finds so far: Silver crucifix, coins, thin copper candy molds, nails, fasteners, pewter ink well.

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    us
    Oct 2012
    Near Chicago
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    It is a copy of this antique Lion Handle, Bacchus Water Jug.
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    I am having the unique opportunity to go through some 800 lbs. of un-explored “fill/refuse” taken from the ‘Great Chicago Fire, of 1871’ that had laid untouched in wooden barrels for over 100 years. Finds so far: Silver crucifix, coins, thin copper candy molds, nails, fasteners, pewter ink well.

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    It is a copy of this antique Lion Handle, Bacchus Water Jug.
    Good ID, did the site say 'water' jug? Just interested as Bucchus was the God of Wine (amoungst other things), so it should be a wine jug or maybe it was the water jug that watered down the wine??
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    us
    Oct 2012
    Near Chicago
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    Metal Detecting
    I am having the unique opportunity to go through some 800 lbs. of un-explored “fill/refuse” taken from the ‘Great Chicago Fire, of 1871’ that had laid untouched in wooden barrels for over 100 years. Finds so far: Silver crucifix, coins, thin copper candy molds, nails, fasteners, pewter ink well.

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    us
    Oct 2012
    Near Chicago
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    94 times
    Metal Detecting
    LOL and wine....... Missed that part.
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    I am having the unique opportunity to go through some 800 lbs. of un-explored “fill/refuse” taken from the ‘Great Chicago Fire, of 1871’ that had laid untouched in wooden barrels for over 100 years. Finds so far: Silver crucifix, coins, thin copper candy molds, nails, fasteners, pewter ink well.

 

 

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