This is a Jax beer bottle from Jackson Brewing Co. in New Orleans. I’m trying to date it but can’t figure it out even tho it should be pretty easy with the base numbers. Not quite sure yet how to read it yet. It’s an 11 above brewing co, 9 to the left and 5 to the right of the mark. Can someone...
Thanks for that site...problem is these and others have no markings at all. Guess seams and tops are the only help. I know tri molds were done in a certain time period. Guess I’ll go off that, thanks again!!
Cleaned a few more and would appreciate some feedback on use and date. No markings to research...
1- 5” tall 8 sides I guess
2- 6” tall 1 1/2” base w/ #40 on base
3- 6 3/4” tall
4- 7” tall 2” base maybe another ketchup
all seams stop at lip
Here are a few more with no markings...
Need help with use and dates, thanks
1- 3 1/2” tall Seam stops midway up neck
2- 3 5/8” tall tri-mold
3- 4 1/2” tall seam stops before lip, neck very crooked and different thickness throughout bottle
4- 7” tall seam stops before lip
This bottle has no markings anywhere, seam stops midway up the neck, is beginning to purple and has many bubbles. It is 8” tall with a 2” base. I’m thinking mid to late 1800’s? Also what do you think it was used for?? Beer, Wine, mineral water?? Any feedback is greatly appreciated as I’m just...