Any of these authentically early?

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I would guess them to be. They all are blown bottles, which makes it hard to tell the age. Did u image search them via google?
 

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No. I pick up glass at goodwill/antique/junk shops when I see something that catches my eye for cheap. I'm in the VT/NH/MA corner so good area but there's so much new stuff and I don't know where to begin with this category of glass.
 

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The small pitcher I found one identical I think here on this site but can't find it now. That was years ago. Said a NJ glasshouse.
 

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Need better pictures. Pontiled with lots of base wear? Glass clean or dirty with imperfections?
 

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I'm guessing all three are hecho a mexico but we need someone who knows his/her midwest glass to say for sure, based on rib count, attachment of handles, type of pontil etc. This just have that mexican glass feel to me based on that pic.

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I'll take some pictures tomorrow.

If you look up lilly pad pitchers and what not, that early early glass looks like stuff at TJ Maxx. It's frustrating.
 

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