All I could say is WOW, you are good. Good thing I'm not working today. Giddy up.Okay. Read this paragraph and link. Talks about “sealed” codes which states adopted and later a National type system to ensure bottlers were putting in the full amounts of milk. E4 is for Essex Glass. It’s a common heel code. That’s about all I got. The sealed numbers get crazy, esp when in the 30’s certain glass mfgs bought out others and assumed their codes.
Ive dug milks with the L52 lamb glass and Bb48 and many others, but not an E4 Essex- if that’s what it means???
Read the PDFs. Essex was in Ohio and was in business 1906-20, so maybe those teen dates make sense. Who knows?
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