How old is this piece?

by Lyssette Rodriguez
(Wichita, Kansas)

Hello I found this piece right after hurricane Maria in a northern Puerto Rico beach.

I do know that PR was the oldest seaport in the "new world".

I've heard of pieces of glass recovered in the area being hundreds of years old.

Can anyone shed any light here?


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Dec 03, 2018
Age of piece
by: Anonymous

About a hundred. Black glass. European. Mold...

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