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Tumblers These tumblers were found during the 2006 excavation of an early 1840s–1860s privy in Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin. The privy produced remains of at least eight glass tumblers; one was nearly complete, and the rest were broken. All eight tumblers are made of clear glass, and seven have a paneled design, while the eighth has a ribbed design. The nearly complete tumbler has a paneled design and is about 3¾ inches tall.