Dating dominion glass bottle
The rest are back to AGCC.. The mold engraver engraved the number correctly into the inside of the iron mold, so it appears backwards on the finished product. Since I like selling them cause my ability hunt them is great I really like to know for sure.
Apparently this mark is used by Cerve, based in Parma, Italy. Drip points were placed on earlier insulators.
I would encourage any milk bottle collectors to try searching their list of marks here: Dominion Glass was a Canadian glass company, that began in when they were incorporated. S then the number
It is a very nice piece and would like to know more about it. Most commonly, bottles with this mark seem to date from the s and s, but the mark was probably in use at least from around the start of the Civil War, perhaps a bit earlier.
Also, it is possible that only the last digit of the year was used for a time. Perhaps a reader will recognize it and identify the maker.
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Readers first need to develop the vocabulary necessary to distinguish early and late forms of bottles. I am currently in the process of washing each and every bottle pack rat heaven. The color appears to be forest green. January 17, at 7: Quick question, should I assume that once these bottles are nuked that they lose any value they may have, if they have any value at all?
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GROVE_STREET - 31.10.2017 in 05:44
Tomas_Anson - 08.11.2017 in 13:46
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egurt - 11.11.2017 in 11:45
I have foung in the chelan washington area a bottle, 8oz its a lyric with an A17 in the diamond on the bottom, on the side is WILD ROOT with what looks like wheat stalks. There was an elderly couple in my town that collected bottles all their lifes, they both passed away a few years ago.
Ahmed_Saltamakov - 13.11.2017 in 17:00
Readers first need to develop the vocabulary necessary to distinguish early and late forms of bottles.
Leonardo_Fortuno - 19.11.2017 in 18:17
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