The symbol of the diamond with the circle around it on the bottom is the logo of the Owens-Illinois Glass Company and dates your bottle between 1930 to about 1955. After 1955 that logo was no longer used by the company and didn't exist before 1930. The number 5 on the right of the diamond is the...
1880-1920 is really the furthest extent of the date range so likely somewhere between these two dates (1900) is your answer. Back then glass makers removed the green hue from glass by mixing in Manganese dioxide which made the glass clear. The side effect of this additive however was that...
I'm no expert but didn't whiskey jugs once have X's on them to denote how many times distilled the whiskey was? So maybe instead of 4 X's they just made the number 4 to indicate the whiskey was distilled 4 times?
The bottles are as follows in order from left to right:
1. H. Straehle of New Rochelle, N.Y.
2. Citrate of Magnesia
3. Theo Young of 165th & 166th St Union Ave N.Y.
4. Bailis Bros. of Mt. Vernon Registered 1929
5. Mt. Vernon Dairy Co. Inc. of Irvington, N.J.
6. Coca-Cola of New Bern, NC
Went on a fun and exhausting adventure today exploring a very inhospitable land long forgotten by time. A few things from over 100 years ago lay plainly visible on the surface in some places while in other places I had to dig through thick mud to get to them.
Here's a picture of all the day's...
Went on another adventure today. First went snorkeling off an old pier, nothing to be found there but big sea snails unfortunately. Had more luck at another location where the recent rain storms had washed away some of the surface.
Found a nice tooled pumpkin seed flask and a old perfume...
An 1880's-90's Hutchinson bottle along with a 1900's-1910's amber toolder-blob beer, an early 1920's cobalt Milk of Magnesia bottle - along with about $7 in clad coins, a 1920 French Third Republic 10 Centimes, a brown stoneware jug fragment, and a small piece of a salt-glazed ginger beer bottle.