I found a dark green glass bottle. Embossed: John Helot, Long Branch, NJ,
Bottom embossed with John Helot DCCO
Seeking any info. Thx for your help.
The name of the company will be John Heldt and there are several varieties of bottle listed on Tod von Meechow's site,
however, I cannot see your type recorded there?
Below is a link to a SHA site pdf covering the glass manufacturers that used the 'D G CO' logo with the one on
your bottle appearing to be that used by the Diamond Glass Company of Royersford Pennsylvania.
Last edited by Old Wiltshire; 07-16-2019 at 02:46 PM.
I see now..... The "O" is a "D". Thank you so much for the clarification!
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