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Bottles1857 of 3419Old earthenware bottle.Beautiful Bottle, 1885
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Posted 2 years ago

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Yuko
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My small treasures

All these small glass objects have been found in the garbage dump of the former offices of nitrate plants operated in the North of Chile between the years 1880 and 1930.

More varied in shape and colour are the inks and small bottles of remedies poisons or other contents.

Hugo Moraga

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  1. packrat-place packrat-place, 2 years ago
    You have a very nice collection, thank you for posting.
    Usted tiene una colección muy agradable, gracias por la fijación.
  2. Yuko Yuko, 2 years ago
    For many years I have collected old glass inkwells, every shape and different color makes them one of my favorite collections Thank you for sharing Collectors Weekly by my hobby with you : Trgrubaugh , mrmajestic1 , mikkocristmas11 , AR8Jason , packrat - place , Bellin68 , trunman , lundy.
    Yuko
  3. walksoftly walksoftly, 2 years ago
    Nice collection Yuko, thanks for sharing.
  4. Coachjade Coachjade, 2 years ago
    Beautiful collection! I have been researching inks for a family friend who has me selling some for her and I am enjoying what I am learning about the historical aspects of these objects while researching prices. It's always fun to wonder who was the person using the object, what type of writing they were doing with it? Was it for letter writing to a loved one at war, was it used for thier diary? This is a beautiful collection!
  5. dollarbill, 1 year ago
    Nice collection Yuko most look to be of British origin. Love all the color.

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