Posted 2 years ago
Found this little gem half buried and filled with sediment next to some railroad tracks that run by my work on my lunch break today. It cleaned up rather nicely, a few scratches but no cracks. It's a straight amber bottle from the Chattanooga bottler. I'm thinking probably between 1900-1910. I think it's neat how it's stayed out there all that time and not broken. It's really heavy too, nice and thick glass.
Anybody know anything about how rare these particular bottles are or what it might be worth? Info on amber Chattanooga bottles is a little short on the internet. Thanks!
edit: Found in Knoxville, TN by McGhee Tyson Park