Well, I haven't seen grass in well over a month here in New Alaska (New Jersey
) but with the recent rain and melting snow the river in the forest has flooded again unearthing new bottles I found Thursday before the next snowstorm hit...
The first ones are Pepsi bottles and I have looked everywhere to put dates on these bottles with no success. The smaller one has a volume of 10 ounces while the larger one's is 16. the front of it has the word "PEPSI" written in long block letters while the back has the words "PEPSI-COLA" in smaller letters. Anyone have an idea of an age for these bottles? I have some pictures here;
The next bottle is a TAB soda bottle. I know that TAB is a 1960's diet soda make by Coke before Diet Coke came out but I'm not aware of when they used glass bottles for their drinks. Here are some pictures;
Third, is a Rolling Rock pony bottle that I found in a small pile of bottles presumably thrown into the woods when it was used as a "private" landfill.
Fourth here is a small glass/porcelain cup that I really dont know the purpose of. Maybe makeup? It's four sided at its base and forms into a cylinder top. Any opinions?
Here's a bottle, presumably gin, whiskey, or some other hard drink sure to its size and design. This was lodged into the side of a clay wall and I went out on a limb (literally) to get it
Does anyone have any input as to any of the 5 bottles I just shared? I have a general idea of them but I really don't know anymore information on them in terms of age or for some, contents or purpose. Thanks for any information!