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Early Glass Collector
2000-2004.

THE LEADING INTERNATIONAL WEBSITE FOR COLLECTORS OF EARLY GLASS BOTTLES AND STONEWARE FOR THE GENERAL PERIOD 1450 - 1850

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Antique Wine Bottle Archaeological
Details of a sealed octagonal wine bottle, dated 1749, found by Kjell Solgaard during marine archaeological diggings for the Norwegian Naval Museum. Not a lot of information.
Antique Wine Bottle & Black Glass Collectors Club Informative
This site by Fay Banks brings together people interested in collecting antique wine and black glass bottles dating from the 17th to the 19th century. It contains articles on different aspects of collecting, news and events.
Bottle Seals Introduction - Artifacts - Colony of Avalon Archaeological
The Colony of Avalon web site details life in one of the earliest European colonies in North America. Ongoing archaeological excavations at Ferryland have uncovered thousands of fragments from English glass wine bottles.
Bottles & Bygones World Informative
ALL you ever wanted to know about old and antique bottles. FREE FORUM and CHAT ROOOM Virtual shop and extensive reference articles - only at www.bygonz.com.
Flasche, Bottle & Bouteille Informative
The on-line version of the book titled 'Flasche, Bottle & Bouteille' . This site is In German - try using the AltaVista web site translator.
Flowerdew Hundred Archaeological
Flowerdew Hundred is one of the earliest original land grants in Virginia. This web site showcases the archeaological finds from the excavations. Of particular note is the sealed shaft and globe.
German Stoneware Gallery - Bellarmine Jugs Dealer
Welcome to Harmic's Antique Gallery On-Line. While we operate a general line shop with an emphasis on early scientific and medical antiques, the focus of this website is on a single specialist category - German Stoneware.
Harveys Wine Museum Museum
The History of Harveys, Bristol and the Wine Trade. Their collection of sealed wine bottles is exhibited. Although the images are of relatively poor quality the rarity of some of the items makes the visit worth it.
Museum of London - Spitalfields Vintage Finds Archaeological
From the 1999 Spitalfields excavations by the Museum of London, two bottles of 17th-century vintage wine were found. The Museum holds information on over 4000 archaeological sites in Greater London where fieldwork has taken place over the past hundred years. The on-line catalogue contains information about the 3800 sites excavated up to the end of 1998.
The Bellarmine Jug Informative
Contains some useful background information on Bellarmines. Part of the St. Robert Bellarmine site.