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Any help you can give would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Anita Russell I found quite few Schweppes bottles for sale from a wide range of periods but none of clay.
The presence of the crown top indicates a relatively recent origin (20th century). Digger- Had 2 recent finds along the Kankakee River. Uhde, Joliet, IL." I cannot find anyone in the area who has ever heard of that particular dairy.
It was a remedy for catarrh and the label on one indicated it was manufactured by a Wheeling W VA company, despite some of them being embossed with Chicago, IL on one side. It also has an emblem that looks like a bottle of some sort and a square over the bottle that says "Golden Guernsey" in the square also in black ink. On the bottom stamped in the glass it says 1846 and Duraglas. Thanks Heather Pierson The trademark information indicates it is nowhere near that old.
1905 Pharmaceutical Era lists the manufacturers as Drake Formula Co. Around the bottom it also has stamped into the glass something on each side. The words "GOLDEN GUERNSEY DAIRY" were for milk, flavored milk, buttermilk, sour cream, dairy-based snack dips, half & half, whipped cream, creamers, cottage cheese, yogurt, eggs, cheese, butter, and egg nog". Owner (APPLICANT) FOREMOST FARMS USA, COOPERATIVE COOPERATIVE WISCONSIN Route 3 Baraboo WISCONSIN 53913. They were proprietors of a number of products which did fairly well on the national market. The Name was later changed to En-Ar-Co Oil (1912-1933 ).
I'd suggest checking out my article on determine prices to get a n idea of the factors involved.
I have a library of bottle books I have acquired over the years, and many years of digging and going to bottle shows.
He is listed in the Pittsburgh City Directories as a liquor dealer from 1909 until 1917. Finding out what your bottle are worth can be difficult.
At the left is a picture from Bill Ham's Bitters Book showing one of the variants of his Stomach Bitters. Educating yourself about old bottle is the best bet to being able to estimate the value of a given item, but many times factors that one is not aware of come into play.
If not, can you direct me to someone who might be able to help me? I'd still bet it is English and it sounds like a great item. Mustard was first exported from the British Isles by Jeremiah Coleman in 1814.
Your bottle on a national market would probably have a value of -20.
Of course this is a guess without knowing what color the bottle is or whether it is machine made.
Even then, sometimes a local bottle will generate lots of interest in the area but not elsewhere. Over the course of the last 150 years Millions of different bottles have been made and no one could list them all or know them all. I have an antique bottle that came from San Juan Bautista, California that, most likely, dates before the Plaza Hotel and Saloon was built.
It is embossed on the front, in letters about 2 1/2" tall, with what appears to be a company name: B L Co.
Hi Digger, I have a bottle that I think is a whiskey bottle, it's 11 1/2 inches high and clear.