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Late Spring 2009
An old hole hidden under cut bush.
An old hole hidden under cut bush.
Reopening the hole.
Reopening the hole.
Trying to get down to the ash & rust layer.
Trying to get down to the ash & rust layer.
Plenty of water in May.
Plenty of water in May.
Various cast offs.
Various cast offs.
Sometimes bottles are found in the upper sand layer.
Sometimes bottles are found in the upper sand layer.
Lucky with the milk bottles this day!
Lucky with the milk bottles this day!
Prospect Dairy Hamilton 1923-48.
Prospect Dairy Hamilton 1923-48.
One of the cleanest bowling pin bottles to come out of this spot.
One of the cleanest bowling pin bottles to come out of this spot.
Slim pickings.
Slim pickings.
Not sure what that is?
Not sure what that is?
Some garage sale items included.
Some garage sale items included.
A nice Northrop bottle & insulator.
A nice Northrop bottle & insulator.
Rexall Brampton drug bottle, Cobalt perfume & clay marble.
Rexall Brampton drug bottle, Cobalt perfume & clay marble.
A T Eaton medicine.
A T Eaton medicine.

 * Dr. R. Dean Axelson's Encyclopaedia of Toronto Embossed & Etched Bottle from the Soda Water & Soft Drink Industry 1830 - 1940

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