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    Help this is one of many things I have found lately

    No clue it says made in Japan in circle in back
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    a coaster?
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    1st - I noticed this was your very first post - so, Welcome Aboard Kris222! You didn't list your state (or country) in your profile. So, you might consider jumping over to Sub-Forum: Select Your Area.... for information (i.e., clubs, hunts, finds, legends, maps, etc.) directly related to your state (or country).
    2nd - Is it wood? How about some dimensions, etc...
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    Just want to say that I don't think camels are indigenous to Japan.

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    Sorry I'll update its almost 3 in around made of glass 2 pieces and I also thought coaster but couldn't find any like it I found it about 2-3 ft deep we cut out driveway and cleaning up property we bought. It was in what appeared to be a old burn pile.i have found a ridiculous amount of bottles and jars. I'll post more pics I know what alot of it is or I researched and found it this one I can't find at all

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kris222 View Post
    I found it about 2-3 ft deep we cut out driveway and cleaning up property we bought. It was in what appeared to be a old burn pile. I have found a ridiculous amount of bottles and jars.
    That deep and with all that glass in it I suspect you found an outhouse/privy hole. People used to throw anything that wouldn't burn down the privy. When it got full, they dug a new hole nearby and moved the outhouse over it. There may be other holes in the area.
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    I don't know exactly what your item is, but the desert scene was a popular motif for tea sets and other china in the first half of the 20th C.

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    Tourist mass produced art sold in Egypt or maybe Morocco.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoldieLocks View Post
    Tourist mass produced art sold in Egypt or maybe Morocco.
    It's not likely to be a souvenir from those places if it says "Made in Japan" in English. The camel/palm tree/oasis decoration was much in vogue in America pre- and post-war for tea seats, cake plates, trivets, coasters and such as well as vases and decorative plaques with no functional use. This is generic export-ware to the West and will be from after the McKinley Tariff Act but before WWII (1914-1941) or after post-war occupation of Japan (1949 onwards).

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    I really appreciate all the info from everyone.

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    Check the dates and town of manufacturing on those coke bottles. A few years back I drove an hour into New Hampshire to a farm where I bought a box of antique bottles out of a barn for 20 bucks, they were never in the ground. One of the bottles was a DEC 25 1923 "Christmas" Coke bottle, but that's not what made it super rare. The town where the bottle was manufactured was the key as, according to the price guide, there is less than 10 known examples. I had collectors from all over the country bidding on it on Ebay.
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    Thank you no Christmas bottles but 7 tracy city tn and one toledo Ohio I'm not good on exact dating of them also have one 6 star soda water bottle by coke tracy city tn

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    You found some cool soda bottles looks like they would clean up easy nice finds

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    Thank you I've found more lately the amber bottle is 1956 segrams not sure which whisky it contained then all the marbles some cat eyed some pocked with color . So the crazy thing is we find stuff every day on the property we bought. Oh and I find and old listerine glass bottle lamber pharmacological. I'm gonna post another thread of arrow heads and tools we found the other night.
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