If you send me a query, please always check your spam or “junk mail” folders in case an email reply was not directed to your Inbox! Sometimes, perhaps when they were in a big hurry or under time constraints, they forgot this). David, mark of a crown with a T in the middle of the crown. (Photo courtesy of Michael Aden). Along the top end there are a few letters that are quite worn down that could say PAT? With a specialty in custom spirits bottles, we use our experience and expertise to provide low-cost bottles and packaging products. For a comprehensive list of present day (or very recently used) glass bottle manufacturers’ marks from around the world, you might also wish to check out the following link showing many of the more recent marks (properly called “punt marks” on their website) which are sometimes seen on bottles imported to the United States. David. I hope this list will be of assistance to those interested in antique bottles and other glass containers made in the United States and the history behind the factories that manufactured them. Thanks and best regards, David. In all honesty, it may be very difficult (if not impossible) to pin down a specific year for your jar. Has American eagle and Star on it. Either the “A” or the “L” could be the first initial of the unknown glassmaker. I have a bottle marked Richards wine 10E42 with what looks like a vase on the bottom of the bottle. Please see the ‘Comments’ section under “Glass Bottle Marks – Page 3”, and scroll down to the post by William Latimer and my reply to him, from January of 2017. American Can Company – Glass Division (1962-c.1967). Perhaps someone will land on this page and pass along some good info for us! Burgin & Sons…………………………Philadelphia Glass Works, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 106ml Clear Glass Orcio Jar & 53mm Twist-Off Lid from £0.34. David, I have a bottle that reminds me of a perfume bottle. In the traditional furnace colouring process, we mix the colour into the molten glass mass that is made up of quartz sand, soda, limestone, dolomite and used glass. This is the marriage between closure and glass. I have a green bottle that is 5.5cm tall. Pattesons Glass offer a comprehensive range of glass jars, glass bottles and decanters for the food, drink and toiletries markets. Another possibility: the mark on some bottles, B. B in a circle – Brockway Glass Company mark. Any idea the date of this? It is brown and wide rounded with a cork at the top and circle handles, on the base it says AL 29 L 8 U G B. Albany Glass Works…………Albany Glass Works, Albany, New York. I’m not sure I understand what you are saying about the bottle’s origin. I don’t have info on the EXACT years the mark was used, but Julian Toulouse (in Bottle Makers and their Marks, 1971) states on page 434 it was used “1930 to date”. Take care, For more information, try this webpage: http://www.antiquebottles-glass.com/battery-jars/ Hope this helps! Brockway……………..Brockway Glass Company, Brockway, Pennsylvania (1907-1988). Its been quite a journey. I actually have done just what you said already – investigated & compared vintage advertisements. I think you have helped solve the mystery of the “two deer facing” mark!! I am sure the Watkins company has distributed their products throughout the world, and your bottle proves they had glass bottles made specifically for them in Australia, but unfortunately I have no info on that bottle or when it was made. L logo- bottom is gone do no other marks. mark. They did use an “F inside an Oval” logo. Also see. I found a bottle at a local river recently and can not identify it. S. & CO.” marks. Good design gives a product a clear identity and positions it strategically in the market. ), Diamond Glass Company, Royersford, Pennsylvania, “Diamond I” or “I inside a Diamond” (Illinois Glass Company), EUREKA design on base of unidentified tumbler / jelly glass, Fairmount Glass Works / Fairmount Glass Company, Falls City Glass Company, Louisville Kentucky (1884-1892), Faroy Glass Candle Holders “FAROY U.S.A.”, “Federal Law Forbids Sale or Reuse of this Bottle” Phrase, F.H.G.W. A look through early city directories might identify the company in question. The metal lid says ‘Cocomalt’ and on the side of the glass jar it says ‘Physician’s Sample’. Successor to American-Wheaton. See  AM TEL & TEL CO entry. First only a distributor (pre-1916), Atlantic was later an actual manufacturer of bottles. For the most part, I have not attempted to list fine distinctions for marks that are found both with and without periods. Along the bottom is Made In USA. Often, I simply don’t know the answers to a lot of questions that are sent to me. I love this site. A merger of the Bond Glass and Berney Glass companies, plants were located in Bradford, Hazel Hurst, Smethport, Clarion, and Knox, all in the state of Pennsylvania; the Winslow Glass Co. plant at Columbus, Ohio was purchased in 1927. The “FF in a circle” was their logo, the “18A” is the mold number. If your bottle has seams that “fade out” or appear “wiped”, and do not reach the very top of the bottle, it shows it to be a hand-made bottle. Hi Jen, I’m assuming you have a handmade bottle with applied/tooled lip. However, I will pass along one idea: here is a book which I have not read, but have heard it is good with lots of information: “Antique Glass Bottles : Their History and Evolution (1500-1850) – A Comprehensive Illustrated Guide With a Worldwide Bibliography of Glass Bottles” (Hardcover – published 2001), by Willy Van den Bossche. I assume you meant an “F in a hexagon” which was the glass manufacturer’s mark used by Fairmount Glass Company (please see my brief article on this site about that company). As indicated by the number “7” to the left of the logo, it was made at their main glass plant (O-I plant #7) located at Alton, Illinois. A B & Co (as seen on the base of blackglass ale or wine bottles)……….. For more information, see, Brookfield (On milk bottles)………………… See this page on the. I don’t know how long and how late those “JEWEL” jars were made, or if they are still being made in a modern incarnation. On the bottom, it has crown emblem with a Trade W mark in the middle. Fusion Glassworks offers inexpensive, yet high quality glass bottle manufacturing. This company, which was officially known as “American Glass Works, Limited” after 1880, A.G.W……………..American Glass Works, Richmond, Virginia (1908-1925) and Paden City, West Virginia (1918-c.1935). Uncertain, but possibly Bagley & Company, Knottingsley , England (see next entry). Although not the mark of a glass factory, this may be mistaken for one. ~David, Kelly, I should also note that my forgetfulness is showing! Currently, the glass manufacturer that made these jars is unknown / unidentified. 1920-1959 S:Swindell Brothers Sneath Glass Co. ca. Instead, this one has a removable neoprene sleeve, which is the same material that they make wetsuits out of. One has B on left side and a 2 on the right side of the bottom. This bottle base has 1949 date code to right. Take care, David, Hi David. Beer Labels, Waterproof, Blank to be Personalized, Beer Bottle Labels 40 Pack, Inkjet Compatible. Rockwood Glass is helping you getting your glass bottles manufactured in China. Base of A. Templeton, Louisville, KY ale bottle, D inside a circle mark – attributed to Degenhart Art Glass, Cambridge Ohio. A & CO…………Adams & Company, Pittsburgh, PA (1861-1891) and/or  Agnew & Company, also of Pittsburgh (c.1854-1894+). I don’t have much info other than (because of the “Federal Law..” phrase) it is a liquor bottle. David. In many cases, after I answer a query by email, I do not receive the slightest reply or acknowledgement, not even a brief “thank you”. We also found a milk bottle liner dating back to early 1900s. Myles sent me a photo of the base mark which I have inserted under my new “Castle” entry on page two of the glass marks listings. This company also, A.G.W.L……………American Glass Works, Limited, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (1880-1905). For more information, please see the, Brookfield (On glass electrical insulators)……………….. Brookfield Glass Company (c.1864-c.1921)  with factories at Brooklyn, New York and Old Bridge, New Jersey. If you come across any flea market booth that has a number of bottles, jars, and/or insulators, all or most in shades of purple, you can be sure they have been irradiated by artificial means, and the color has been changed from the original. You are more than welcome to contact me, but please be aware that I’m not an appraisal service, and I may not respond to queries along the general lines of “what is this jar worth?” and “is this bottle worth the hassle of listing on ebay?”. What glass bottle mark is that on the very first picture at the top of the page?? $14.98 $ 14. Just curious Terry, Hi Terry, Please check out my individual pages on Rawleigh, and on Owens Bottle Company (look along right-hand side of any page for article titles and links). David, I have a bottle that is very old. Hi Dawn, This is a generic prescription bottle. B within a diamond (on upscale colored ornamental and novelty glassware such as small “hen on nest” salt dishes. My address is listed on the bottom right-hand corner of the page. This logo possibly dates from the earlier years of the company, perhaps up to circa 1895. GLASS PAIL / BOSTON MASS” on base. One of the pics of the Hazel-Atlas mark on my own webpage on Hazel-Atlas Glass is on the base of a POND’S milkglass cold cream jar. Has anybody heard of this mark or the Highland Bottling Company? Many bottles carry only a number (or numbers) on the base. “Robin in a tree” – Mosser Glass Company mug in emerald green. Thanks! ~David. Any info on this bottle? This mark dates from 1945 and was used into the 1950s or possibly later. ~David. The letters “DIN” might be part of a word, brand name, trademark, or company name. mark on antique glass bottles & jars, “Letter L in cursive script” mark: Libbey Glass Company, Lynchburg Glass Corporation, Lynchburg, Virginia, M inside a circle: Maryland Glass Corporation, Baltimore, MD, McLaughlin Glass Company, Vernon, California, M.G.CO. If it wasn’t made by Owens-Illinois (and I have my doubts it was) it would be a foreign (non-USA) bottle. Now, thanks to Joel B. Miller, more info can now be published revealing the user of these marks! Any infirmation would be appreciated. McKearin (1941:611) indicates this company changed its name to “Phillips & Company” in 1874, and was still operating in 1886. One side says “federal law forbids sale or reuse of this bottle”, the other side say “one pint” the bottom says “R 341”, under that is “90 a logo (what I believe is the Owens Illinois logo) and then 4”. There are sites with lots of false, or just partially true, or outright misleading information on them. About Search Results. Kelly, the email address you supplied was incorrect, as I tried to write you directly and got a “mailer daemon”. Our glass bottle packaging range offers solutions in a variety of styles and capacities for manufacturers across many industries. Because of the volume of emails I receive, I may or may not be able to respond to questions about marks not listed here. Arbogast & Co. Pitts. It is my understanding (although I am NOT 100% positive about this) that there were originally large pickle jars of similar style made in the late 1800s or early 1900s. I have done internet searches; no results. Its smooth on the base but a indented round piece which is smooth also in middle of the base. I also have a few Improved “Gems” all wrote in cursive with TRADEMARK REC’D on the front and a diamond with D in centre and 3 underneath on bottom. Please see, B. P. & B………Bakewell, Page & Bakewell, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (1824-1836). David, OK I need help with some wine goblets that I have had forever. Buy Vintage Glass Products in our Online Glass … Is this a whiskey bottle, Yes. There may or may not be a letter or number on the top of the insulator, but on these particular examples, there are no other markings on the “skirt” of the insulator other than a lone “B”. It is Anheuser-Busch-Inbev glass plant in Houston Texas…, Hi Tamara, I also wrote an article about MGC for ABGC magazine in 2017. By 1945, the GBBA had organized 90 percent of its jurisdiction in the glass industry. Can’t find any information anywhere online! I have a clear glass mug, 12 oz with three zeros and a D on the bottom, any idea? In any case, please check out my webpage on Owens-Illinois Glass Company. However, this site is geared with more emphasis on the actual glassmakers themselves. Hi Luke, Your bottle with the “H over an A” logo on the base is a product of Hazel-Atlas Glass Company. Thank you! Please see, AB (letters connected) Co…………….. uncertain: either American Bottle Company (1905-1929). This site primarily lists marks seen on bottles made in the United States, although I do have a number of marks listed from other countries as well. Hello Susan, I just discovered I had a problem with that page (the text and photos from G through L had “vaporized”, and I don’t know why) so I had to go back to another cached version of the page (from several weeks ago) and the page is now restored. The rest are back to AGCC.. Tampa Headquarters is AGCC.. Ardagh’s North American Headquarters in in Muncie, IN (formally the Saint Gogain headquarters).. Does anyone have more info. Anyway, they are clear and cobalt blue with a gold trim. Half pint. Hope this helps! Pa. ……………..Fahnstock, Fortune & Company, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (1866-1873). Everett, I don’t have a clue, but maybe someone will land on this site who recognizes the mark. The info presented on this site is the most accurate I’ve been able to find at present, but any comments (pro or con), clarifications or corrections (preferably backed up with, Much of the basic information here on  the alphabetical “Marks” pages comes from research by Julian H. Toulouse published in his classic, indispensable and ground-breaking reference work. Also stamped are the numbers D11 and 56-42. I’ve not seen that on a lid before. I hope this helps! See. Where do you recommend I go to learn about the production history of european wine bottles? Found on the Arkansas River in Colorado? & W. ………………probably Agnews & Wilcox, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (c.1869). Generally speaking,  I may not be able to answer questions concerning bottles with only mold or catalog numbers embossed on the base. In this case the mark is probably that of the food product maker or distributor, and not that of the glass maker. It is a pint bottle found by a railroad, it has federal law forbids sail or re_ use of this bottle. The actual ending date was not given. THOUSANDS of bottles carry only a number on the base (or heel),  and this information (in many cases) does not help ID the source or age. Huge quantities of bottles, flasks, and fruit jars were made, as well as window glass. Take care, I don’t know how I’ve missed that, since similar marks are listed in Toulouse (1971). From all grades of cork, all kinds of plastics, to fire branding, embossing and de-bossing. Hi there, I was given a purple bottle with the markings of W.T CO. on the bottom which I now know is Whitall Tatum. I’m not familiar with that particular bottle, but they likely produced thousands of individually different container variants over their long history. & D. H. C. ………Alexander & David H. Chambers, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (1843-c.1889). & TEL. See my webpage here with more info on Numbers seen on the bottoms of glass bottles and jars. Any of the flat flasks with a “D-number” on the bottom contained some type of liquor such as whiskey, gin, vermouth, bourbon, vodka, etc. The degree of translucency - or rather the protection from light – is therefore particularly important when choosing the colours for custom glass bottles. B superimposed over W (or W superimposed over B)……… Uncertain. This bottle was made in 1972 at plant number 9 which was Streator, Illinois. Other sources of information I have used (including reference books, magazine articles, websites, and in some cases, email or voice communications) would include: Helen McKearin,  Rhea Mansfield Knittle,  Stephen Van Rennselaer,  Harry Hall White,  Alice Creswick,  Dick Roller, William S. Walbridge,  Cecil Munsey,  Roger Peters,  Gene Blasi,   Adeline Pepper,  Arthur G. Peterson,  Bob Stahr,  Fred Padgett,  Rex L. Wilson,  John O’Dell,  Bill Lockhart,  Jeffrey L. Giarde,  David Bethman,  Betty Zumwalt,  Jay W. Hawkins,  Peter R. Guetig,  Conrad Selle,  Tod Von Mechow, Don Dzuro,  Johnnie W. Fletcher,  Norman “Ted” Oppelt,  Dick Cole,  Harvey Teal,  Dean Six,  Tom Neff,  Albert Morin,  John P. Adams, Philip K. Huggins,  Jack K. Paquette,  Bill Lindsey,  Carol Serr,  Mark Newton and Lee Brewer, as well as many others. Blenko Handcraft (usually seen on paper or foil labels) ………………………….. Blenko Glass Company (began 1893, later, at Milton, West Virginia since 1921). For an article with more extensive background material on Bellaire Bottle Company, check out this .pdf file by researcher Bill Lockhart et al: Adlam’s Patent (on base of jars)…….. Several different jars are known with such embossings as “ADLAM’S PATENT” or “PAT. VE mark used by Vetreria Etrusca, glass company in Italy, IPG inside triangle-on heel of amber Clorox bottle, Horse Head emblem – Rolling Rock beer bottle shard (photo courtesy of Denise Shor), GLASBAKE marking on base of clambroth/white milk glass custard cup, Triangles mark on base of VICKS VAPORUB jar (photo courtesy of John Rich. Some of the liquor bottles of that era (made by O-I as well as other glass bottle makers) have been saved and reused as decanters or vases. See “A. This list primarily includes marks that represent the actual glass company that made the container. That means it could date 5, 10, 20, 30 or even more years AFTER 1892. Most of the insulators marked with these initials are “toll” (long distance) style units, classed as “CD 121” in the Consolidated Design numbering system used by collectors. This measures about 6 and 1/2 inches in diameter. A.B.CO……………….. American Bottle Company (1905-1929). It doesn’t matter whether you’re eighteen or eighty, just a beginner or an advanced bottle digger or metal detector. s, Val, I have no information on the bottle. Jiangsu Jindian Glass Products Co.,Ltd is Perfume Glass Bottle, Roll On Bottle,Aroma Diffuser Glass Bottle,Glass Lotion Bottle,Essential Oil Bottle,Glass Cosmetic Jar manufacturer, we has high quality bottles and good service to customers. GLASS FACTORY INFORMATION ~ Antique Glassware ~ Manufacturers' Marks, Logos & Emblems used by Glassmaking Companies in the USA ~ Antique Bottles ~ Fruit Jars ~ Glass Electrical Insulators ~ Tableware ~ Dating Info ~ Articles about different types of Glass, Vintage & Antique, [ A – B ]          [ C – D ]        [ E – L ]        [ M – R ]        [ S – Z ]. Thanks for the info. ~David, Hello i have a vintage glass bottle that is completly plain with no writings on it but the bottom of the bottle it has the number 249 and below the number it appears to be a letter S. Can anybody give me some information? Derek, – c.1913). Best regards, Glass/Bottle Makers catalogs. You have found an antique glass battery jar. Also included are a number of trademarks, emblems and logos seen on other types of glassware including tableware and industrial glass items such as railroad lantern lenses. I love your site. More detailed information on this operation (and many others) can be found in, Arcoroc…………………………Brand name used by Arc International, France, for their commercial-grade glassware. That is part of a blue SQUIBB bottle. . Hi Lloyd, thanks for your information. Not sure if the mark itself was used during that entire time period, or if is currently in use. What date range would a “Kerr Self Sealing” Mason jar be in? Brody Co.” and “Hoosier Glass”. initials of early glass companies) may vary slightly in appearance and punctuation from one bottle to another. I just wanted you to know about our new site: FindADiggingBuddy.com. FREE Shipping on orders over $25 shipped by Amazon. Type lid. Small hand-made operation, specializing in toothpick holders, open salts and other novelties in unusual colors. I didn’t see it on your site at all either. & Co” and “E. Also, on the right is the base of a bottle made by Fairmount Glass Company (F in a hexagon). Another possibility would be Adams & Company, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (1861-1891). 4.0 out of 5 stars 75. On these five pages I’ve attempted to compile a list of glass manufacturers’ marks found on (primarily) American bottles and jars. (Usually, such as on typical soda bottles made by Julie, I believe that the 23 refers to the year 1923 – which is before these other Mark’s started. Any help with the ID of this bottle would be appreciated. Thanks for the update. 5 Min Read . Best regards, Also, on the face of certain fruit jars, the initials “A.G.CO.”. Federal had several versions of the F in shield, https://chataboutdg.com/gallery/details.php?image_id=627, Peter, thanks for the clarification. For more info on this company and related companies, please see the “Anchor” marks, shown above, and my page on, A. T. & T. Co. (on telephone insulators)………….abbreviation for American Telephone & Telegraph Company. B.F.G.CO………….Beaver Flint Glass Company, Toronto, Ontario , Canada (c.1897-1948). From the type and general style of bottle which carries the mark (early cylinder whiskey), it looks like the company was probably in operation during the 1860s or 1870s. Please check out the post from “Karen” farther down within the Comments section on “Page Three” of the glass bottle marks pages, https://glassbottlemarks.com/bottlemarks-3/ and my answer discussing these prescription bottles with the “WEIRD 3” markings on them. The more accurately and thoroughly we understand the requirements for the proposed custom glass packaging, the more efficient and shorter our development work is. Thank You The length of a mold seam before it fades out, the position on the bottle (such as shoulder versus neck), or the percentage (such as 3/4 of the way up) CANNOT be relied on to indicate year of production. But in this case, and as frequently seen on some other liquor bottles, it is Custom glass bottle design makes a product speak, reinforcing the brand message and giving the consumer additional information – not only through the details on the label but also through the image that its appearance conjures up. And great work on the site, there is so much information here! In the meantime, you might try an internet search for more information on these names…… there is a wealth of information out there, with many books in libraries and online pertaining to glass history, antique glass and bottle collecting, glass container manufacturing, and related fields). Just found on Mundesley beach Norfolk what appears to be a bottom of green glass bottle with the mark of a boar’s head and A8800 or AB800. AM. Any idea on maker or date? See “Indiana Glass” and “LCC” marks. Above the scale is a “10.” Below the scale is a “3” ‘Owens-Illinois mark’ “1.” I believe the is the location and 1. is the year. Thank you! I will be using this site regularly, as my husband has a knack for finding old bottles. 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