Part of bottle found

by Kerry

Can anyone identify this bottle that my mum found beachcombing in England please 😁

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Dec 09, 2018
by: Anonymous

Yes it was found at seaham. We are also hoping to go back to seaham in new year 😁

Dec 09, 2018
Old Black Glass
by: Pat, Urbana OH

WOW!! Just look at the glass thickness! Exceptional find and truly very, very old! I'm hoping to head to Seaham in a few months. Is this where this was found?

Nov 28, 2018
Deep green
by: Chris

Very good find, these are usually broken down into several smaller pieces. Definitely a keeper. Which beach was it found at?

Nov 27, 2018
Old Bottle
by: David

Hi Kerry, thanks for sending this in. This looks really old.

As far as knowing what it is from, it is impossible to identify most bottle fragments unless there are markings that can be seen; like words, logos, numbers, patterns.

It is definitely a keeper and a good addition to your collection.

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