Same mold, same city, different companies

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SODABOB

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Hi, Sandi

I will let Hunter answer your questions - I just wanted to add that the bottles were made by two different glassworks ...

X-Tra = Glenshaw Glass Co.
Nocafeen = Thatcher Mfg. Co.

Bob
 

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Just found this Nocafeen crate on Facebook marketplace.
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Hi Hunter, et al!
I have a similar case down here. Two slug plates for the same glass bottle type. They're both a light aqua, 11"+, with the descending umbrella embossment on the neck. One bottle says Ansonia Bottling Co., Ansonia, CT, the other says Brass City Bottling Works, Waterbury, CT. Both are 1pint,& 12 fluid ounces. They look like maybe the 1920s with thick, heavy glass. The Brass City bot has a number on the front panel base rim "2830-1". ..I suspect the same maker taking orders as well but don't know who it is. Anybody got an idea on this one? Thanks. --CT Len
 

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