7 Up painted bottle from 1951 courtesy a friend who picked it up in a vintage store in the '70s.
Mountain Dew 16oz returnable glass bottle from approximately 1987. Still full! Love the wear marks from having been cleaned and reused.
Edison Blue Amberol Record, better known these days as a phonograph cylinder, the first commercially available medium for sound reproduction. This is a relatively late phonograph cylinder made of blue celluloid in 1918, right about when it was clear that disc records would win the first format war.
Polar Helios garden tool, made in Germany. Note the design on this - the leaf pattern in the tines, the smooth curves to the handle, the stamped logo, and all made from a single flat piece of steel.
Stevens wood spirit level, made in Newton Falls Ohio sometime in the '40s or '50s by my best guess.
Pre-prohibition Lynchburg Whiskey bottle. According to the note from 1946 pasted on the back, it was found in a house in Glenshaw PA some time before that. Estimated to be from about 1900 given the brand, foot, and uneven stem.