Bottle from pioneer site in Mountains of WA state

dopdop
edited September 24 in Digging Bottles

Hi everybody! My 14 year old son and I metal detect pioneer sites in the WA State mountains. We have been coming up with some really cool old bottles. Can anybody help ID these. The bottle in the last 3 pics is obviously a deco piece and I suspect it’s 1920’s. This first piece is much more crudely made with very uneven side thickness and uneven lip roll. The embossment I’m hoping will help ID. Here’s us in action if you’d like to see the site-



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  • The 3xii bottle is a generic pharmacy bottle...manufactured by the thousands, sold to drug stores for pharmacists to fill and add their own label.

    The lower bottle is also early 20th century - art deco era as you say. Here is a similar bottle on eBay: https://www.ebay.com/itm/283933998502

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