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.
I don't think that's a date code, the bottle looks too early for 1968 to me. I'd guess it dates to the 30s, but no clue what the cap said. If you want to find out, soaking the cap in lemon juice...
Never seen those before, cooler looking then the old or usual logo. LEON.
Hmm, well seeing as its not a super rare bottle I'll try it I guess.
Yep an Elmer's glue stick. Sometimes the best solution is the simplest one. If you want to needlessly pay more for some museum quality adhesive go ahead. I've used glue sticks on early 1900's bottles...
Very nice. Glad it survived and thanks for sharing it with us.
Almost looks like it should read as "7yup", (positively)
A glue stick, you mean like an Elmers glue stick? Surely there is museum quality stuff they use. I know this bottle isn't worth much (although I doubt many exist anymore of Dr. Thachers with...