A number of years ago I vacationed in Victoria and did a few dives.
I found some cool bottles some Thorpe, Morley, Victoria Brewing and maybe my best find was a A. Philips Victoria B.C ginger beer.
One of the earliest A. Philips bottles and it has a barnacle on the back of the neck.
I've had good results with reattaching necks and tops with the glue that glass shops use to glue the rearview mirror to the inside of the windshild.
It won't hide the crack, but it isn't coming back off. Just make sure when you put it in place it's where you want it.
Don't let them take my Kodachrome away....
The Info about lip finish and color has been spot on.
As to your question on "Registered and This bottle not to be sold"...
I don't think anyone can put a specific date on them.
I have bottles in my collection from the early 1800's...