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https://sha.org/bottle/dating.htmclick Machine-Made Bottles to move directly to that page. click Mouth-blown Bottles to move directly to that page. QUESTION #1: Does the bottle have raised embossing on the body, shoulder, and/or neck OR a distinct vertical side mold seam visible on the body, shoulder, and/or neck (or both features)?
https://sha.org/bottle/examples.htmSmall picture of a group of bottle dating between 1840 and 1930. ... The example
bottles are tracked though the Bottle Dating page questions in that pages ..... The
Bottle Book (Fike 1987); and Antique Western Bitters Bottles (Wichmann 1999).
www.bottlebooks.com/dating%20old%20bottles/determining_the_age_of_ old_bottl.htm2004 DIGGER ODELL PUBLICATIONS. DATING YOUR OLD BOTTLES. One of
the most frequently asked questions about old bottles is, 'How old is this bottle?'
www.antiquebottles.com/dating.htmlScrew Top: usually date after 1920. Applied lip: date before 1900. Tooled lip: date after about 1890. Other: there were many varieties of tops as you can see in the examples, so if the top is not crown and not screw, then rely on the other two factors (Sides Seams and Base Type) to date your bottle.
ourpastimes.com/date-antique-glass-bottles-5760378.htmlHow to Date Antique Glass Bottles. Dating antique bottles requires knowledge of
the evolution of bottle technology and the ability to research manufacturers and ...
www.collectorsweekly.com/hall.../historic-glass-bottle-identificationBill Lindsey's fantastic bottle identification and information site. ... Key sections
include dating, typing/typology, glassmaking, colors, finishes, bodies and seams,
https://www.antiquebottles-glass.com/.../determining-the-age-of-antique- bottles/Bottles with such markings date from approximately 1910 to 1960 ... Don't
assume that the old bottle you have is necessarily old or antique. There are a lot
www.antiquemedicines.com/bottletypes/bottletypes.htmblack glass or dark amber, 1720s - 1800s. sheared top with applied lip wine,
1740s - 1800s. sheared top tooled common to snuff bottles and food bottles,