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Sandy Point State Park Annapolis, MD This beach is very large, and at low tide there are several rows of pebbles running along almost the entire sandy
Name of the Beach: Playa Ferrara City nearest to that beach: Malaga The state, country, or island where the beach is: Spain Describe your find: Mostly
It is clear glass that is embossed with a circular pattern and a symbol within it. It looks like a year starting 18 but I can’t read the next 2 numbers.
Found a very interesting piece of amber glass at Henley Beach (South Australia ) To me it looks very much like a map of Texas. Henley Beach Near Adelaide
Found on top of dunes in island beach state park NJ in the 1980's. Very remote location accessible to fishing but not a bathing beach too large to be a
I have researched for hours and can’t find anything to identify the markings on this piece of glass I found in the Chesapeake Bay. Any ideas?
Can anyone please help age these pics please
After storms of Amalfi coast boundless amounts of sea pottery and sea glass. All this on Maiori beach. Was there 3 more days and found just as much each
Do you have any info about this type of small float?
Hello! I was wondering if anyone could give their opinion on what color this piece of beach glass is? Thank you!
I have this glass float and I was wondering of its value. It's very large at least 38 in around 14 in tall. Blue with it looks like fingerprints on the
Here are a variety of glass floats collected on Wake Island in the late 60's. Can you give a value please?
I found this walking along the banks of the Boise River. It weighs in carats 800+
Can anyone give me any suggestions on what this once was & the dates of may of been around!
Can anyone help aging these please
I have a Japanese glass float with a very thick net around it I would like to know more about it pls and if it may be worth anything pls Thank you
Name of the Beach - West End Bay - Beach in front of Cottages by the Sea, between West Beach and Dorsch Beach. I don't know what it's called. City nearest
A few blue and green,and my 4 year old granddaughter found a portion of an 1820 Boston medicine bottle on her first beachcombing attempt.
Can anyone identify what this beach glass piece is from? It's a honey-colored cylinder, fairly consistent diameter, no markings. 6mm x 20mm. Found on
Hello. I'm pretty new when it comes to searching for sea glass. But over the last year or so I have become obsessed! Something is so peaceful about it.
Found along shore of Chesapeake Bay on Tilghman Island, Md. It is a very thick piece that appears black until held up to the light, then it can be seen
Off white pottery like with black or dark blue script
Mullin's Beach in Barbados had sea glass every few feet. This a small public beach on the west side of the island. There was mostly greens and browns.
I've always been a beachcombing collector of rocks, shells, driftwood, and sea glass. I finally decided to create things with my collections. I often craft
I found this piece of sea glass in Abaco, Bahamas. I find lots of this on Tilloo Cay Beach. Does anyone know what it is? I think it is super cool.
Pirate Glass , very rough rind, not found this colour before, very red inside, anybody can throw light on it???
Letters WA, fern-like image. Probably clear glass that has been weathered and looks yellowish now Found piece by Bar Harbor, Maine.
I found a piece in Barnaget Light NJ. It appears to be clear glass. There is a partial label showing, whiteish background with red lettering. The letter
Blue and white ceramic shard with one finished side and 3 exposed sides. The blue is slightly saturated but not as noticeable as with blue flow ceramic
It's a round green piece of sea glass
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