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Mailman1960

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Going through past years finds did not remember looking this up. I think 1925,so not particularly old but quite a interesting company. This is why I enjoy doing this. Sorry I know how to send ya all the link but it is easy to find. Would like to dig up a early one.
 

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What is unique about the company, is that they were still using lightning and hutter stoppers for a soda bottle in the 1920s when in fact, virtually all soda companies were using the pry caps that we all know today.
 

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I didn't post this because nobody responded to the first one. I found this one yesterday, I believe this one is older. I'm still new,not sure what a hunter or lightning stopper is, what would this type of bottle be classified as. Earlier machine made.
 

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I didn't post this because nobody responded to the first one. I found this one yesterday, I believe this one is older. I'm still new,not sure what a hunter or lightning stopper is, what would this type of bottle be classified as. Earlier machine made.

Here is an advertisement for 4 different stoppers offered by Illinois glass, from 1906

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