BOTTLES OF OLD NEW YORK: A PICTORIAL GUIDE TO EARLY NEW YORK CITY BOTTLES, 1680-1925, is an invaluable dating reference guide for bottle collectors, shipwreck divers, archaeologists & historians. Although the emphasis is on bottles used in New York City, this pictorial guide is useful for anyone interested in early bottles manufactured anywhere in the United States. The 150 clear photographs make it easy to date & to identify bottles from 1680-1925. The text provides the reader with information about the early taverns, liquor importers, glass houses & breweries that were located throughout the city. Taverns & breweries are also illustrated. $19.95 plus $3.00 S/H. NEW YORK CITY BURIED PAST (0-9629913-0-9). Intended for individuals interested in New York City's history, readers will find here new & interesting photos & illustrations of British regimental buttons, bottles, shoe buckles, coins, etc., all of which have been found buried under many layers of our cultural debris. The early maps & the foreword will guide you through the streets of New York City during the exciting revolutionary period of New York City history. $24.95 plus $3.00 S/H. To order R & L Publishing, 28 Vesey St., Suite 2116, New York, NY 10007. Volume discounts are avilable from the publisher.Apuzzo, Robert is the author of 'Bottles of Old New York: A Pictorial Guide to Early New York City Bottles 1680-1925' with ISBN 9780962991318 and ISBN 0962991317.