Unknown Seen on base of yellow amber quart blob beer bottle, c. Although virtually all of these older articles are or will be superseded by updated web published articles, they will continue to be listed and available here as published articles of use as references. Again, all of those numbers are on the bottom of the bottle. Anything after 1980 will be only written in metric. Hi Drew, The only information I can give you offhand is that the bottle was made by Foster-Forbes Glass Company.
They were often saved and re-used as decanters, vases, etc, so lots of them are still around. There are other types of taxpaids, and literally thousands of different varieties in the types I touched on. There were tax stamps for imported wines and malt liquors as well. Entries on some of the more commonly encountered brand and company names for instance, Bromo-Seltzer seen embossed on bottles are also included, as I frequently get questions about them. The D-561 is a distiller identification number. Guetig, Conrad Selle, Tod Von Mechow, Don Dzuro, Johnnie W.
The mark appears on the base of certain liquor flasks, soda bottles and other types of containers. Series 112 is printed under the eagle. I have found similar jars from more than one dumpsite, apparently dating from the 1920s up into the 1950s judging from other bottles in the same area that could be more precisely dated. ~David Hi Michell, I wrote to you twice by email with no response. Those types of fruit jars were made, for the most part, during the 1930s, 40s, 50s and 60s, by many glass companies. Any guesses as to date or manufacturer…. I believe Hazel-Atlas Glass Company made some of them……….
Any help would be great fun. Best regards, David Hey, i have found a triangular norwich bottle, it has norwich embossed on all 3 sides of the bottle, its is a see through clear glass, the lid is also a screw on. How do I sell a whiskey collection? There are a number of colorful labels for ales and beers that contain wording to the effect that taxes were paid according to applicable Internal Revenue Law. Most sales take place privately between collectors who find each other online. What is a utilitarian bottle or jar? State Treasurer's are: 1933-1937 Robert K.
Bode Extract Company, Chicago, Illinois Gustav Augustus Bode, proprietor. Evidently used by at least three different glass companies including: Atlanta Glass Company, Atlanta, Georgia 1887-c. And of course, there are also buyers out there who are simply price insensitive. Second is brown with S G. Additional dating information may be found in the design of the Main Label, and the Glass Markings on the underside of your bottle. And there is also the number 11 off towards the edge. The Richmond plant burned in 1925 and was not rebuilt.
At the ends of the seal are what look like two flowers or star burst, side by side. They need that statement, sworn under penalty of perjury, of your income, deductions, exemptions, credits, and so on to properly calculate whether you owe taxes. This site has been a blessing in my life. It is smooth on two sides, the other two sides have a clear vertical rectangle with a raised rounded vertical shape going down the side of the bottle. Andrew, thanks for your post.
Tax Strip dating is based upon the changes in the design of the strip, including changes to certain text used. We saved about 80+ boxes from going to the trash they had already taken a few loads. Peterson, Bob Stahr, Fred Padgett, Rex L. It has a wide screw top. Once I can review this, i should be able to give you a more definitive answer on the dating period.
Hope this helps a bit. What can you tell me about the year, value, and whom I would contact about selling it? David — Would like some info if you have any on a bottle I found. The letter is often very faint, and easily overlooked. Some bottles produced during the transition will show both metric and ounces. I believe it may be an ink jar. Please help Thanks I have a glass decanter and wine glasses set that I bought. Later became American Can Company, Glass products division 1962-1967 , and then Midland Glass Company in 1968.
Please check out my webpage on that glass company. Viewers are encouraged, for personal or classroom use, to download limited copies of posted material. From 1973 on this was no longer required. They were possibly produced as early as the late 1890s, in shades of aqua, light green, light blue, cornflower blue and other colors. And a lot of what you can get for a bottle depends not just on the bottle, but the timing and specific situation in which you're selling it.
Some marks - like the Owens-Illinois Glass Company mark shown above - have a lot of good information available to allow for definitive interpretation; a link to an excellent article on the subject is found below. If so, they were produced in the early years of that company before they began to concentrate primarily on pattern glass tableware. I am a supervisor for a general contracting company and while digging a foundation we unearthed plenty of older bottles. On the bottle there is a 4 and Italy and on the cups there are France stamps. Welfare recipients buying orange stamps at face value were eligible for free blue stamps for half the amount spent. Search google with that phrase for a webpage that lists many of the permit numbers assigned and used by many glass companies. Thanks Christy Hi Christy, Thank you very much for the nice words about my site.