The Belleville factory was purchased by Adolphus Busch Glass Manufacturing Co. Mark was used from 1938-1969 on bottles and insulators. This is a nice glass carafe, but I found it difficult to clean because if you store the juice that is made from juicing it produces a film that is so difficult to clean inside the carafe. In some cases, perhaps Buck Glass Company. A wide variety of handmade items are produced, some of them from handcarved wooden molds as well as iron molds. Sooner or later, if a similar bottle is posted on ebay and the seller includes the embossed markings on the base in their written description you may see what type of item the shard is from.
These jars evidently date from the 1880s or 1890s. Buck Glass was sold to Knox Glass, Inc. This logo possibly dates from the earlier years of the company, perhaps up to circa 1895. But them under that is the number 1669, the letter A and the letters U. David I have a pepsicola bottle that has the swirl but no color lettering. The bottle appears to be a type used mostly for cologne, aftershave, hair oil or some other type of cosmetic or personal care product.
This was actually a hair dressing made with Coconut Oil, promoted as a product guaranteed to give the hair a more luxurious, healthy appearance. The only F inside of a shield I could find is Federal Glass Company— it started in 1932 and the shield is different. I bought 4 so I can continually have the fruit-infused waters ready to go! Pictures here: I found a cobalt blue bottle bottom, washed up on the beach. Best regards, David I found a 2. Note: the picture above left is that of the trademark used by from 1929 into the mid- and late 1950s.
Any clue when it is from? If you wish, you can email me a photo of the bottle to my email address, which is listed on the lower right hand corner of any page on this site. L……………American Glass Works, Limited, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 1880-1905. . Reportedly, the molds used were eventually sold to several other glass companies, including Mosser and Wilkerson. I have always been interested in these bottles please somebody let me know what I have thank you!!! The exact cursive style of the lettering changed slightly several times over the years. The ones you can pour out your soul with…laugh until your stomach hurts…cry until your mascara runs and they don't care. Glass color offers an impactful distinction on the retail shelf and can help consumers quickly identify your brand.
Toulouse published in his classic, indispensable and ground-breaking reference work Bottle Makers and their Marks 1971. Anchor Glass Container Corporation 1983-to date. The lid is a simple plastic cover and very easy to clean. Because of this I am going to have to stop answering all but questions of the very widest interest to the collecting public. The mold engraver engraved the number correctly into the inside of the iron mold, so it appears backwards on the finished product.
The Bartlett-Collins plant was eventually purchased by Anchor Hocking Company, and shortly thereafter closed down as of June 2008. Over the years, a number of glass manufacturing plants were involved including locations at Salem, New Jersey; Winchester, Indiana former Woodbury Glass Company, later, Turner Glass Corp. Many liquor bottles especially of the 1940s-1970s or later have a set of two numbers which follow this plan: The first number is a Liquor bottle permit number assigned to a particular glass company. Akro Agate Company, Akron, Ohio 1910-1914 and Clarksburg, West Virginia 1914-1951. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
Not sure on exact years used, but this name appears on paper or foil labels attached to tableware from the 1950s era. It is certain they were made by more than one glassmaker. Also, there have been thousands of dairies that operated throughout the United States that had personalized glass milk bottles manufactured for them……. I also found a blue ball mason jar glass lid that has the script Ball on it. Many of those types of glasses were made by Libbey, Hazel-Atlas and other glass makers. Chicago, Illinois office — 1905-1916 ; Toledo, Ohio office — 1916-1929.
So far I have found so many wonderful treasures! Bode Extract Company, Chicago, Illinois Gustav Augustus Bode, proprietor. Backwards embossing is seen rather often, especially on older glass insulators and bottles. However, I would say that base markings did not become really common until the late 1870s — early 1880s. American-Wheaton Glass Corporation, Terre Haute, Indiana mark used approx. Both of these marks seem to be in use simultaneously. I receive emails virtually every day.