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AMEC Analysis: Part: Whole Years (min): 1850 Years (max): 1920 Neck Finish: Lipping Tool Manufacture Method: Hand-made Post Bottom Comments: The neck and finish are broken, but the height is approximately 9 inches. Four fragments of a round aqua glass soda bottle with crown finish. Neck and two smaller pieces separate from main body. Seams indicate cup-bottom manufacture. Largest fragment labeled 45KI765/M-38a, second largest labeled 45KI765/M-38b, third largest labeled 45KI765/M-38c, smallest labeled 45KI765/M-38d. Maker's Mark embossed on front: GREEN LAKE SODAWORKS GREEN LAKE WASHINGTON And on base: 347 H Object is fragmented leaving jagged, fragile edges. In main body fragment cracks emanate from an impact point below the shoulder with two cracks extending over "GREEN LAKE" and a third extending down the undecorated back side of bottle. Cracks are approximately 1.5". L. Penttila 3/15/2010

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Owned by The Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture

Geographical Search Terms

King County North America Northwest Coast Puget Sound Washington State Western United States Western Washington

Credit Line

Washington State Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation

Dimension Details

Dimensions are of fragmented object. Dimensions given are of largest fragment. 50.5 g fragment is: L: 2.94"; W: 1.65". 11.9 g fragment is: L: 1.55"; W: .76". 1.7 g fragment is: L: .95"; W: .69".

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