Need help identifying this bottle

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I recently found this on my vacation!! It reads Chestnut farm / Chevy Chase Dairy / Washington DC. On the back it reads Safe milk for babies.
The seam stops before the lip, i dont know much about milks so is it the same as other bottles? Any info would be helpful,

Thanks in advance!
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Milks do not work the same as other bottles in terms of the seam rule. If the bottle has a suction scar (that circle on the bottom) it's ABM. Almost any milk with a seam ending right at the lip is going to be ABM, there are really early applied-lip milks but those are obviously not ABM when you look at them. Really any BIM milk is going to be fairly obvious, they have a distinctly different look. Your milk will likely have two digits near the heel which indicate the year it was made, most likely it will date between the late 20s and mid-40s.
 

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Chestnut Farm must have been a very large operation as their bottles are fairly common
 

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