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    Question HELP identify bottle maker

    Can anyone help me identify the maker and how old a jar is that I found? Pictures are attached with all markings on jar. Thanks in advance
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    Mid 70's and could be made by any number of glass manufactures.

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    Thank you. I found it at my familys property that velonged to my great aunt and there is so many mason jars, diamond cut glassware, and coke bottles. I wish I could find who the maker is for it but I am new to the identification process. I have researched online and there is so many different companies and so much info to take in. Thank you again for the help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coreya View Post
    Mid 70's and could be made by any number of glass manufactures.
    Think it was manufactured by Brockway in Pennsyvania

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    I can't see what's embossed at the heel, but I'm pretty sure it has a mold number and then a stylized "GC" which stands for Glass Container Corp of Fullerton CA, which later became part of Anchor Hocking. Probably made in the 1960s-1970s. The 75 on the base may very well be the year of manufacture. Incidentally, the mark for Brockway is a B in a circle, so this jar is not made by Brockway.

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    Thank you so much for the info.



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