Both of these marks seem to be in use simultaneously. So my questions about my Christmas tree bottle are…. I am not positive this mark has actually been used on containers. Collins was able to begin Hocking Glass Company operations at the Hocking Glass Company. They evidently had Owens-Illinois make large quantities of bottles and jars for them, with the scales image on the base.
Thank you Peter, thanks for the clarification. Walbridge, Cecil Munsey, Roger Peters, Gene Blasi, Adeline Pepper, Arthur G. Miller for info and photos of those logos shown here. Mark seen on the heel of a few hutch soda bottles. My problem is the makers mark on the bottom.
The other bottle was most likely made by Obear-Nestor Glass Company of East Saint Louis, Illinois. Any idea what it held originally? Peterson, Bob Stahr, Fred Padgett, Rex L. The Anchor Cap and Closure Corporation had closure plants in Long Island City, New York and Toronto, Canada, and glass container plants in Salem, New Jersey and Connellsville, Pennsylvania. Hitt, entitled A History of the Binghamton Glass Company published in 2011. They continue to produce large quantities of bottles as of 2018.
Anchor Hocking mark as seen on base of orange Fire-King mug. The other was a broken Coca Cola bottle, 6 or 7oz size. What kind of closure might it have had, as there are no screw on lines? Milk Glass Identify milk glass by its slightly opaque, filmy looking white color. I can only say your jar dates from sometime in the late 1930s into the 1940s, 1950s or possibly 1960s. Was this new Coco-Cola bottle from Indianapolis at a time of change seam ends short but has a crown cap design-so is it 1870-80 0r 1892-1910. Several variations of the bottles exist. Baltimore Glass Works, Baltimore, Maryland c.
On some milk bottles, B. Many different glass bottles and jars have been made, as well as packaging in other mediums such as ceramic, plastic, wood, metal, etc. I believe Hazel-Atlas Glass Company made some of them………. Brockway Glass Company, Brockway, Pennsylvania 1907-1988. Thanks to David Bethman for emailing me with info on the source of this mysterious acorn mark! Western Glass Manufacturing Company, Valverde Denver , Colorado c. Company Presumably produced at their St. The Clarksburg, West Virginia, facility was closed in November 1987, Shenango China was sold on 22 January 1988, and Carr-Lowry Glass was sold on 12 October 1989.
The designer soda dates the area to around 1916 to the late 20's. Their trademark is actually supposed to have a larger W over a smaller T inside an inverted triangle, but on some bottles it is very hard to decipher. You definitely need to have a valid, current email address registered with ebay so you can receive the automatic emails. When the 1929 stock market crash hit, the company responded by developing a 15-mold machine that could produce 90 pieces of blown glass per minute. Thank you so much for any information! Would it most likely have contained Canadian Club whiskey? Coca Cola introduced their first acls around 1955, and were widely distributed by 1957. Huge quantities of bottles, flasks, and fruit jars were made, as well as window glass.
I would strongly recommend more in-depth research on Higbee and the glass they made before attributing a particular item to that glass factory. I also as a child found a lot of Washington dairy milk glass bottles that are not broke!! I am not personally familiar with them. Were the bottles made in Australia for long? Look at websites such as Replacements. Put your cell phone down and pick up a shovel or metal detector! Binghamton Glass Company, Binghamton, New York 1880-1957. Boldt Company, also at times known as Chas Boldt Glass Company or Chas Boldt Glass Manufacturing Company , Cincinnati, Ohio and Huntington, West Virginia, at least on many of their early liquor bottles and other ware made in the circa 1900-1919 period. A look through early city directories might identify the company in question. Are these worth something or okay to use for everyday or give to Goodwill without fear of losing an antique? Thank you for your patience and understanding! Please keep in mind that some marks esp.
Saint Gobain Corporation a Glass manufacture needs added. Seen on the base of chemical and acid jars and bottles, most of which probably date from the early period — 1881 to 1900. Kerr Glass Manufacturing Company, Portland, Oregon and other locations. Other companies made glassware in some similar colors and patterns, and reproductions are on the market today. This site has been a blessing in my life. David Begging for help here, found a small glass bottle in a wash at Yuma Proving Ground, Arizona.