"Genuine Boyds Cap For Mason Jar" Lid Liner

dapperandy

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Jul 3, 2011
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All Treasure Hunting
"Genuine Boyd's Cap For Mason Jar" Lid Liner

Found this in a creek. Any info on this would be greatly appreciated. I seen a few on ebay for a few bucks each.

Anyone have any info, history on this?
 

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Marbleguy

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Nov 2, 2008
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Those are pretty but common..

Old dumpsites hold lots of them. The site I'm working has thousands. But they're made out of milk glass and I keep every one of them. There might be an old dumpsite very close to where you found the object. I would look for that.
 

creeper71

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Dec 5, 2007
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Re: Those are pretty but common..

Marbleguy said:
Old dumpsites hold lots of them. The site I'm working has thousands. But they're made out of milk glass and I keep every one of them. There might be an old dumpsite very close to where you found the object. I would look for that.
I am willing to bet 10-1 odds there is a surface dump somewhere close....
 

halfdime

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Oct 31, 2006
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Re: "Genuine Boyd's Cap For Mason Jar" Lid Liner

They have to be a dime a dozen. We find so many that we only keep a new find if it has a design or style we don't already have.
 

OldCop135

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Apr 23, 2014
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northern Ohio
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AT Pro
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Metal Detecting
Found seven of these just yesterday while detecting at an early 1900s home site ( house was torn down in the 70s ). Thanks for the info, folks.
 

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