S. Rogers applied blob bottle

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gdog68

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I am looking for information about S. Rogers, anything about the company and if this is rare? This is a applied blob bottle. Makers mark EHE 28. Amber color.
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This is an unlisted bottle. It dates to pretty much exactly 1880 based on the operation dates of the Edward H. Everett Co. (1880-1904) and the S. Roger's Brewery (1857-1880). I would imagine that this is a very rare bottle especially since you still have part of the stopper mechanism on it.

 

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Thank your for the reply, sometimes it can be a little hard to determine the exact year a bottle was produced, but in this case the bottle maker opened the year the brewery shut down.
 

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Looking on the north american glass auction website it looks like a tooled blob version sold for 140 with makers mark of ehe co 28. Mine is applied blob with ehe 28. That is a great document Hemi. I'm curious on when this brewery closed. The bottle pickers website states that There are no listings for S. Rogers as a Brewery or a Bottler according to the 1886 Sanborn Fire Insurance map. So maybe they closed 1885?
 

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Looking on the north american glass auction website it looks like a tooled blob version sold for 140 with makers mark of ehe co 28. Mine is applied blob with ehe 28. That is a great document Hemi. I'm curious on when this brewery closed. The bottle pickers website states that There are no listings for S. Rogers as a Brewery or a Bottler according to the 1886 Sanborn Fire Insurance map. So maybe they closed 1885?
Now that you mention it, that certainly makes sense.
 

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