Green "Scotland" sea glass found in OBX

by Miranda
(Indiana)

Found in Outer Banks (OBX) North Carolina, USA

Found in Outer Banks (OBX) North Carolina, USA

~ sea glass ID photos submitted by Miranda, Indiana, USA

ID? Found in Outer Banks (OBX) North Carolina, USA

submitted Mar 15, 2017

Hi!

I found this piece of sea glass while at the Outer Banks in North Carolina (close to the town of Duck).

It is an olive green color with the letters "A SCOTLAND GREA" embossed into the glass.

It has a slight curve upwards. Any identifiation information would be greatly appreciated!!

Thank you!

~ sea glass ID photos submitted by Miranda, Indiana, USA



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Green "Scotland" sea glass
by: Laura from RI

Hi,

Beautiful find!

I can't say enough to posters on OSG....

research.

Bottle clubs

Historical societies

Merchant ships in the 19th/20th centuries

your find looks like an ashtray

There was a ship called the R.M.S.Scotland, now whether it sailed from Scotland to the East Coast of the USA..who knows?

Tucked away in the surf & sand & rocks, what a story it has to tell huh?

Research is what I recommend because we all here would like an answer ; )

Laura from RI


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