I just got this today at a great price. It was made by Anchor Hocking in South Connellsville, PA for only a short amount of time because of high cost of production and the weight of the bottle. It is almost three pounds and is 13 inches tall. I wish I could find the cap that goes with it.
I was wondering if it is safe to soak or apply bleach to ACL bottles with white lettering that has dirt on it. Since it is so strong I didn't know if it would break down the paint or not. Thanks for any help.
Out walking an old railroad line with my 3yr old son a bit ago, he was riding up on my shoulders. He spotted this and we brought it home and it cleaned up ok. I was amazed at how heavy the bottle is. Thick glass! My boy has found a few other bottles and definitely has an eagle eye!
I joined this site to ask a question. This Ladysmith bottle is up for sale on Ebay. About 2 years ago, I was in a consignment store called "The curiosity shop" in Ladysmith and they had one of these for sale. The price was $150. The label was incomplete, but not really bad and the...
Found this at an excavation site. It's in bad shape, but what paint remains legible says Gruber Beverages. Refreshing. One Pint. Philadelphia, PA. I don't remember Gruber from my childhood so am guessing 40s or 50s. Any info welcome.