|Object ID #||1973.004.003|
|Other Name||Bottle, Beer|
|Title||Beer Bottle Found at Balmy Beach|
|Lexicon category||7: Distribution & Transportation Artifact|
|Year Range from||1910|
|Year Range to||1920|
|Place of Origin||Unknown|
|Description||Plain, amber-coloured beer bottle that was found behind the King's Royal Hotel site. Has a "Crown Cap" style of top. Seedy (bubble imperfections). Deep honey amber-coloured glass.|
Last owned by William Galbraith of Owen Sound, who suggested that from his research, this beer bottle, with its unembossed slug plate and crown cap-style top, dates from circa 1910.
He found it at the back of the former King's Royal Hotel site at Balmy Beach, Sarawak Township, Grey County.
|Collection||Bottles & Equipment, 20th-c Collection|
|Dimensions||H-25.5 Dia-6.8 cm|
|Found||Balmy Beach, Township of Georgian Bluffs, Grey County|
Galbraith, William E.
McLauchlan, Joseph Kent
Walsh, J. M.
King's Royal Hotel