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  1. Antique Vaseline Jar (2)

    Antique Vaseline Jar (2)

    Year Made: early 1900's Glassmaker: unknown Color: clear Product: petroleum jelly Volume: 2 ounces Height: 2 3/8 inches Weight: 10.4 ounces Diameter: 1 7/8 inches Seams: 2 seams to the top Label Type: embossed Closure Type: metal screw-on cap
  2. Antique Vaseline Jar (1)

    Antique Vaseline Jar (1)

    Year Made: early 1900's Glassmaker: unknown Color: clear Product: petroleum jelly Volume: 2 ounces Height: 2 3/8 inches Weight: 10.4 ounces Diameter: 1 7/8 inches Seams: 2 seams to the top Label Type: embossed Closure Type: metal screw-on cap
  3. 1935 Blue Bird Soda Bottle (Photo 8)

    1935 Blue Bird Soda Bottle (Photo 8)

    Year Made: 1935 Glassmaker: Glenshaw Color: clear Product: grape soda Bottler: C. H. Close, Pittsburgh, PA Volume: 6 fluid ounces Height: 7 5/8 inches Weight: 14.5 ounces Diameter: 2 1/4 inches Seams: 2 seams all the way to top Label Type: embossed Closure Type: pry-off metal cap
  4. 1935 Blue Bird Soda Bottle (Photo 7)

    1935 Blue Bird Soda Bottle (Photo 7)

    Year Made: 1935 Glassmaker: Glenshaw Color: clear Product: grape soda Bottler: C. H. Close, Pittsburgh, PA Volume: 6 fluid ounces Height: 7 5/8 inches Weight: 14.5 ounces Diameter: 2 1/4 inches Seams: 2 seams all the way to top Label Type: embossed Closure Type: pry-off metal cap
  5. 1935 Blue Bird Soda Bottle (Photo 6)

    1935 Blue Bird Soda Bottle (Photo 6)

    Year Made: 1935 Glassmaker: Glenshaw Color: clear Product: grape soda Bottler: C. H. Close, Pittsburgh, PA Volume: 6 fluid ounces Height: 7 5/8 inches Weight: 14.5 ounces Diameter: 2 1/4 inches Seams: 2 seams all the way to top Label Type: embossed Closure Type: pry-off metal cap
  6. 1935 Blue Bird Soda Bottle (Photo 5)

    1935 Blue Bird Soda Bottle (Photo 5)

    Year Made: 1935 Glassmaker: Glenshaw Color: clear Product: grape soda Bottler: C. H. Close, Pittsburgh, PA Volume: 6 fluid ounces Height: 7 5/8 inches Weight: 14.5 ounces Diameter: 2 1/4 inches Seams: 2 seams all the way to top Label Type: embossed Closure Type: pry-off metal cap
  7. 1935 Blue Bird Soda Bottle (Photo 4)

    1935 Blue Bird Soda Bottle (Photo 4)

    Year Made: 1935 Glassmaker: Glenshaw Color: clear Product: grape soda Bottler: C. H. Close, Pittsburgh, PA Volume: 6 fluid ounces Height: 7 5/8 inches Weight: 14.5 ounces Diameter: 2 1/4 inches Seams: 2 seams all the way to top Label Type: embossed Closure Type: pry-off metal cap
  8. 1935 Blue Bird Soda Bottle (Photo 3)

    1935 Blue Bird Soda Bottle (Photo 3)

    Year Made: 1935 Glassmaker: Glenshaw Color: clear Product: grape soda Bottler: C. H. Close, Pittsburgh, PA Volume: 6 fluid ounces Height: 7 5/8 inches Weight: 14.5 ounces Diameter: 2 1/4 inches Seams: 2 seams all the way to top Label Type: embossed Closure Type: pry-off metal cap
  9. 1935 Bluebird Soda Bottle (Photo 2)

    1935 Bluebird Soda Bottle (Photo 2)

    Year Made: 1935 Glassmaker: Glenshaw Color: clear Product: grape soda Bottler: C. H. Close, Pittsburgh, PA Volume: 6 fluid ounces Height: 7 5/8 inches Weight: 14.5 ounces Diameter: 2 1/4 inches Seams: 2 seams all the way to top Label Type: embossed Closure Type: pry-off metal cap
  10. 1935 Blue Bird Soda Bottle (Photo 1)

    1935 Blue Bird Soda Bottle (Photo 1)

    Year Made: 1935 Glassmaker: Glenshaw Color: clear Product: grape soda Bottler: C. H. Close, Pittsburgh, PA Volume: 6 fluid ounces Height: 7 5/8 inches Weight: 14.5 ounces Diameter: 2 1/4 inches Seams: 2 seams all the way to top Label Type: embossed Closure Type: pry-off metal cap
  11. 1967 Mountain Dew Soda Bottle- Front View

    1967 Mountain Dew Soda Bottle- Front View

    Year Made: 1967 Glassmaker: unknown Color: green Product: Mountain Dew soda Bottler: Mountain Dew Volume: 10 fluid ounces Height: 7 3/4 inches Weight: 17.9 ounces Diameter: 2 1/8 inches Seams: 2 seams all the way to top Label Type: embossed Closure Type: pry-off metal cap
  12. 1967 Mountain Dew Soda Bottle- Rear View

    1967 Mountain Dew Soda Bottle- Rear View

    Year Made: 1967 Glassmaker: unknown Color: green Product: Mountain Dew soda Bottler: Mountain Dew Volume: 10 fluid ounces Height: 7 3/4 inches Weight: 17.9 ounces Diameter: 2 1/8 inches Seams: 2 seams all the way to top Label Type: embossed Closure Type: pry-off metal cap
  13. J

    Unique Embossed 7up

    Found this Unique early 7up bottle at a show in Daphne, AL. Odd embossing pattern with what I’m calling a “stretched teardrop” with the 7up logo too. Heal of Bottle Reads: Orange Crush Bottling Co G 5270 Bottom Reads: Gulfport, Miss 1 Contents 7 OZS If anyone has any other...
  14. jimlahman

    Unique 7 oz 7up bottle.

    I just picked up this little gem. Never seen neck embossing like this and the 7up embossing is thick and well defined. I added the label myself. Its from Richmond, VA. Any insight or information about this bottle?
  15. PorkDaSnork

    Hudnut

    hey found a Richard Hudnut New York bottle. what’s the value, and who made the bottle? no chips or cracks btw.
  16. WesternPA-collector

    1976 Anchor Hocking Pint Bicentennial Jar, still full!

    I'm in a bind with this jar. I found it in the woods like this, with contents still inside. I don't know what is in it. Maybe apple butter? Anyhow, the lid is completely stuck. Nothing I've tried has worked. I'm about ready to get a Dremel tool and cut the lid off. But there's risk in damaging...
  17. WesternPA-collector

    1937 C.C. Soda Bottle

    A few weeks ago I found this bottle. From the looks of it you can see it's been through a LOT. But these bottles were made of very thick heavy glass. Even with all the fleabites, it doesn't have any cracks or chips at all. Made by Owens-Illinois Plant 9 in Streator, IL in 1937. The city of...
  18. WesternPA-collector

    1970 Overmyer Mould Company Flask

    Recently I bought this very unique and rare 1970 50th Anniversary Overmyer Mould Company bottle. It was made for them by the Hillsboro Glass Company in Illinois. The factory existed from 1961-1997. They were actually a subsidiary of Hiram Walker & Sons Distilleries and for this reason, most...
  19. WesternPA-collector

    To dig or not to dig?

    There's an area I've known of for a few years that has these depressions in the ground as if someone had been digging down. They don't seem natural. There is an upward hillside to the right and also a downward hillside nearby to the left. The holes in the ground are the in the flat area. I took...
  20. WesternPA-collector

    1971 Anchor Hocking Season's Greetings Bottle

    Another recent flask I've bought. Just in time for Christmas. This was made at the Anchor Hocking plant in Salem New Jersey. A promotional item for First National Bank. It still even has the original cork. Most of the time those get lost.

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