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This mark appears on the base of a very dark colored ale or beer bottle from Great Britain, probably circa 1860s-1890s. Exact dates of operation currently uncertain, but a very scarce flask which bears this inscription appears to date from sometime in the 1845-1865 period. I know of no instance where this mark has actually been seen or documented, but perhaps time will tell.
Producer of a very large number of soda, mineral water and beer bottles made for many companies, especially throughout the midwest.
I saw this mark on the base of an 8-ounce packer jar in October, 2012, imported to the United States. Relatively recent trademark used on their borosilicate glass for scientific, pharmaceutical & industrial applications. Also, see the oil derrick logo shown at the bottom of this page, which was the mark used by their successor company, the Oil City Glass Company (1952-1969). Graham Glass Company, Evansville, Indiana, this code used at their Okmulgee, Oklahoma glass plant.
Owens Bottle Company, Toledo, Ohio (1919-1929) and it’s successor [after the merger with Illinois Glass Company], Owens-Illinois Glass Company (1929-to date). 23 ’78 (on bottom of tableware, such as milkglass pitchers, covered bowls, etc in the Melon pattern).

This marking positively identifies the insulator as a product of the Hemingray Glass Company.
This patent date positively identifies the insulator as a product of the Hemingray Glass Company, Muncie, Indiana. Operated under more than one proprietorship, this factory started as Burgin & Pearsall in 1844, became Burgin and Sons in 1853.
Plants bought by Ball Brothers Glass Manufacturing Company in 1904, closed in 1910.   Many fruit jars were made at this factory.
Richards Packaging, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada (originally operating under the name Richards Glass Co. This mark is seen on the base of bottles perhaps used for floor wax, furniture polish or some similar product, possibly dating from sometime in the 1930s-1950s? The 1927-1956 date range is given by Julian Toulouse in Bottle Makers and their Marks (1971). This mark and the following variation is seen rather frequently on bases of amber and aqua beer bottles from cities in OH, PA, IN, MI, WI, and MD that I am aware of, and probably other states as well.
Find Declarations of Intent, First Papers, Alien Registrations, Passport Applications, Naturalization Petitions and Citizenship Certificates. After 1888 there were separate passports for native citizens, naturalized citizens and derivative citizens. Also, a similar mark is seen on the base of certain mouth-blown amber beer bottles and an amber salve jar that look to have been made c.1880-1895, and the maker in those cases is unidentified.
This manufacturer is believed to have produced unmarked glass insulators, apparently none of which have been yet positively identified (See my page on  Insulator Manufacturers). Seen on various items such as black glass salt shakers and other opaque glass tableware, this mark was perhaps used mostly in the 1930s and ’40s.
I believe most, if not all, of the bottles found with this mark are hand-blown and date from approximately the 1880-1920 period. This rather obscure concern made tableware as well as oil lamps, chimneys, chandeliers, fruit jars, bottles and flasks. Mark is believed to have been used during the early years, on handblown ware, up to about 1915.
Rarely or never seen on bottles, but I’m listing the mark here for comparison with similar marks seen on bottles. The initials are usually found on the heel of their bottles, often with rather small, lightly embossed, inconspicuous lettering. Ford & Sons, proprietors of the New Albany Glass Works, began operating in February of 1867  producing window glass, bottles and jars (according to information published in the Floyd County Gazetteer, 1868). I do not know the exact year that NYQ&CW was formed, but bottles bearing these initials on the base are mouth-blown and appear to date from the 1890-1920 period. I have no info on whether this mark has been seen in actual use, or exactly how this mark appears, if it is different than the one from the earlier company. This factory was acquired by Indianhead Container Corporation (later merged into Ball-InCon) and is now a Saint-Gobain Containers glass plant. Factory purchased by Ball Bros Glass Company in 1929, later one of their most important plants. Most commonly encountered bottles with this marking are the squat sodas that appear to date from approximately the 1855-1875 period. Rosso (strictly a wholesaler, not a manufacturer) has glassware made for him by various glass companies, including Mosser, Summit, Fenton and L. An obscure company which is virtually unknown to bottle collectors, nevertheless quite a number of bottles were manufactured over a period of almost two decades. Toulouse (Bottle Makers and their Marks, 1971)  stated these initials stood for Renton Glass Company, Renton, Washington (1907-1911). This is probably the earliest type of bottle carrying an embossed glass factory identification mark on the base. The sunlight breaks down chlorophyll which reveals carotenoid pigments previously masked by the deep green.
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Thirty-three stars representing the number of states in the Union when Oregon won admittance surround a heart-shaped shield. This rare mark, which is assumed to be linked to that same company, has been reported observed on the base of a very, very small number of bottles. McKee became a subsidiary of Thatcher Glass Manufacturing Company in 1951, and eventually the factory was purchased by Jeannette Glass Company in 1961. The actual glass factory where these bottles were made is unknown, but Illinois Glass Company, Alton, IL, would be a likely source.
This mark dates before 1913, when Nuttall merged with several other plants to form United Glass. One source (History of the Ohio Falls Cities and their Counties, 1882) gives 1865 as the date of that glassmaking operation’s beginning which I believe is incorrect (although plans for forming the company were discussed as early as October 1865, according to an article in the New Albany Daily Ledger). Newburgh also manufactured telegraph insulators, including at least some, if not many, of the insulators marketed by L.G. Pressed glass tableware was made by forcing molten glass under pressure, by either hand or machine methods, into an iron or steel mold).
NOTE: Some bottles found with this marking are products of the Oakland Glass Works, Oakland, California (early 1880s).
I do not know what glass company(s) made bottles for Parke Davis, but no doubt many different companies made bottles for them over the years. Much of this ware was originally distributed as free giveaways as part of sales product promotions, especially in the 1960s and 1970s.
These are relatively modern, made of amber glass, and were evidently made in Asia, likely dating from sometime in the 1960s-1980s period. Richards is a distributor of glass and plastic containers, and has a number of distributing locations scattered throughout Canada and the United States. The shield image is of a wagon train arriving at the Pacific Ocean with a rising sun in the background. McKee Glass Company, Jeannette, Pennsylvania.  Seen on the base of syrup dispenser, circa 1951.
This mark has long been a mystery, with very little concrete evidence available pointing to any specific glassmaker. Most of their glass containers with this mark were made in China, and to some extent, some other Asian countries. A scroll bears the state motto "The Union" and the name and date are above and below the seal. For a long time, I had posted Middletown Glass Works of Middletown, New York (1887-1891) as a possible user of the mark. Hawkins’ Glasshouses and Glass Manufacturers of the Pittsburgh Region 1795-1910 (2009) with more detailed info in that reference book. DePauw (although it had been idle for about 2 or 3 years) to became part of the Star Glass Works (established c.
This particular mark is often (but not always) accompanied by a four-digit number, and dates after 2005. Virtually all MGW bottles which also carry brewery or soda bottling firm embossings on the face of the bottle are from cities located in Ohio (plus a bare handful from southern Michigan). I believe that another mark (but from the Pittsburgh region) might actually be a contender for “1st place”! Also, confirmed as marked on the bottom of a milkglass cold cream jar, circa 1920s-1940s (but this item may or many not have any connection with Maris?).
It is very possible that the MGW mark was used for the first few years of operation, and later the R&CO mark was phased in. Furthermore, it is possible both marks were used simultaneously for some period of time.  Thanks to Bill Lockhart and Rob Riese for this update!

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