Dating old ink bottles
Bottle books with historical information about the makers of bottles, the processes involved in producing bottles, and the companies and individuals that purchased and utilized the bottles never loose their value, though the information may be later refined or added to by others. In the end, isn't it the history behind the bottles that intrigues we collectors (and archaeologists)?
Beyond that, the history behind the glass companies that made the bottles - as well as the individuals and businesses that ordered and used the bottles - is simply fascinating..isn't that a big part of why we collect bottles?
I am offering these books as a adjunct to my work on the Historic Glass Bottle Identification & Information Website.
It is primarily a service of sorts to those interested in the history of glass containers and I sell them for close to my expense in acquiring them.
People in the Republic of Georgia were drinking 'mind-altering' wine 8,000 years ago, scientists have discovered.
New archaeological evidence has pushed back the origins of wine 1,000 years to the Neolithic period, when humans were still using stone tools.
Softbound (like all of them - no hardbound version) larger format (8 1/2" x 11") book with around a 160 pages.