STONEWARE GINGER BEER BOTTLE WITH OVAL MAKER’S STAMP

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Item Code: 2021-570

This is a nice, glazed stoneware beer bottle. Measures approximately 8.5” tall and is 3” in diameter at the base. Typical colors; tan glaze on top with cream glaze on bottom. Some graying is found on the lip portion. No cracks or chips. An oval maker’s cartouche is stamped at bottom.

A typical 19th century beer bottle. This one was reportedly recovered in a Michigan camp near Chancellorsville, VA.  [jet] [ph:m]

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