Sunday, July 12, 2009

Christ Lived In Anaconda (Part #2)

When I had color copies made of the original document, I made two - copies. I visited the local antique shops looking for perfume bottles (I found only one), and the photographs I took were of the (one and only) bottle in the preceding post. This bottle is an alabaster bottle which I found on the web, which is what I was looking for locally and could not find. Alabaster bottles and jars are a bit hard to find in this neck of the woods. Christ Marchion got his perfume in glass bottles. I have the original document, and one of these days, I'll put an image of an alabaster bottle on it. I simply haven't found one I could take pictures of that would serve as an appropriate model.


  1. I must say it looks as nice or nicer than the previous post.

    Thank you very much for visiting my Brookville Daily Photo blog and for the comment you left me there.
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  2. I'm doing the Buried treasure tour and am fascinated by what you do. I love this piece in particular. Thanks for leaviing a comment on my blog.