It has a wide screw top. Your website has provided me with my first lead! Further down it says 5755 W. I have gathered that it was an Owens Illinois bottle but I wanted to know more information on it. I am just wondering what year period. My son has been digging up all sorts of unfortunately broken old jars on our property. On nutella jar there is no code at all. I have inherited what seems to be a large-sized Owens Illinois Glass Company water bottle.
I think those are more common from the 1940s-1960s. I have too much already and am strapped for room! Many British bottles are seen with 2, 3, or 4-digit numbers on the bottom which are style numbers. It has the number 7 to the left of the symbol, 6 to the right, and a 3 below it. Julian Toulouse Bottle Makers and their Marks, 1971 , states this mark was used beginning in the year 1954. Please, no posts asking about value of an item. Above that it says John Morgan, it also says it is a 1 Pint bottle, below that it has a g178 and it says New York, N. Since I have several different pictures that rotate and appear at random along the top of the website, I assume you are speaking of the small squarish emerald green medicine bottle.
Search google with that phrase for a webpage that lists many of the permit numbers assigned and used by many glass companies. Of course many bottles that once contained Cod liver oil just had a paper label, and in those cases if the label is missing there is no way to be sure what was originally in the bottle. This bottle has the 3ii on the back near the neck indicating size but no side markers. Those jugs were used for various liquids, such as vinegar, soda syrup, apple cider, etc. Also has the number E1152 On the heel rim at the bottom of the bottle? I can go on but is this profitable? Id appreciate any help at all, thank you so much.
It also says 4 directly below that. Can you give me any information on that and what the bottles might be worth. And how would I know which year its from? Please I would love some info. The sides of the bottle has sort of a decorative look. A large percentage of bottles are marked with only a number, or numbers, on the base or the heel , and the truth is that, in most cases, it is very difficult if not impossible to assign a specific glass manufacturer to a bottle if there is no other information embossed in the glass. At this juncture I do not think the 6 represents the month of June.
But it does fit in with the 3-1-3 bubbles on the bottles and the crates. Duraglas brown amber bottle with an amazing hand painted oriental Asian scene of a man and woman with foliage and flowers. I feel I have started a hobby that my Father also shares a passion for, collecting glass bottles. What exactly do I have on my hands? One is smaller, around 4 inches, with a W inside a circle over 92…. It was their Duraglas product which was used for beer and other bottles that were refilled many times.
This is mentioned briefly within this really comprehensive article written by Bill Lockhart, here: That article includes a lot of detailed background info, much more than I have on my site. S Pend ~Kalamazoo, Mich The glass bottle is in very good shape, but the spout has some rust but appears to have been polished up. Within a year or two, most glass insulators produced at Muncie were carrying date codes. Julio Rucabado I have two bottles, both of which are liquor bottles from the Owens-Illinois company. It also has green tint. I invite clarification or corrections from readers!! Please note: If there are any issues with the item please email before opening a case or leaving negative feedback--I will resolve the issue within 24 hours.
So I gather plant 7 Alton ill. Most modern glass bottles carry date codes, which are often on the heel of the bottle. And there is also the number 11 off towards the edge. My vote would be for 1945, but no guarantees. Howdy's orange soda drink was a great success, so Grigg elected to flavor a drink with lemons and limes. I have found a bunch of wooden crates filled with bottles of larvatox 1 gallon jugs.
. It is Owens-Illinois with plant code 14, date code 52, and mold code 1. Additionally, the jar lacks shoulders and is a screw-top. The base is from a bottle manufactured by Foster-Forbes. The mold number just identified the exact mold the bottle was made in.
At that time, PepsiCo, Inc. I sincerely appreciate all of your time and consideration! They were possibly produced as early as the late 1890s, in shades of aqua, light green, light blue, cornflower blue and other colors. ~David I understand your reluctance to make blanket statements. Can you tell me anything about the bottle? The bottle is approximately 2. Here is a webpage that has more info on various bottle bases and mold types: Hope this helps, and take care, David I have a glass bottle that has a serial number etched in it just above the dots at bottom of glass, this glass bottle has a cobblestone body and what looks like a seem , it also has the number 43 in center as well as other numbers around base of bottle.
They have made tens of thousands of noticeably different types counting all the different models, shapes, profiles, sizes, glass colors, and markings and the truth is that most of them do not have much monetary value to bottle collectors at the present time,mostly because they are relatively recent, have no markings except for the bottoms, and are often of clear glass. I want to know as much about them as possible, but it seems almost impossible to find information on distillers, and there seems to be even less information out there on rectifiers. Anyone have any info on this? It makes total sense and I am sure you are correct. Note: Several of the plant numbers used by O-I have been re-used by other plants opened in later years, so it is important to take into consideration the date code, the bottle style and other characteristics to positively identify which plant location made a particular bottle. Thank you for creating it! It is in great condition.