This site covers 1840's to 1880's glass works in Canada. It also has a lot of information on fruit jars and Insulators.
A very informative site, thank you for posting the link.
I hope you don't mind but I have taken the liberty of also adding it to the British Antique Bottle Forum links.
Last edited by Old Wiltshire; 07-07-2019 at 06:25 AM.
Wow this is great, never seen this site before. I'll have to read through it when I get a chance.
Leon, those are COOL! I sure would love to run into some original NOS labels someday. Have a year on the 2 FULL GLASSES bottle?
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I don't actually have a 26, I have a 25 and a couple of 28s. I believe the numbers are clear, as is the mold code on them all. I'm not good at photography anyway. Sorry.
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