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11 1/4" tall, clear glass, tooled top, smooth base, round cylinder whiskey. Embossed on the front shoulder in a square slug plate : " P. HEERING " Bottle is in mint condition with loads of seed or air bubbles and whittle to the glass. Smooth base and a tooled top, orange amber glass that is a light yellow in the shoulder. There is a 1 1/2" strip of jagged glass left on one of the seams on the neck form the manufacturing process. Embossed in round slug plate: " OREGON IMPORTING CO. I have only seen a few of these larger whiskey bottles! Glass has a lot of texture that adds character to this piece. 11 3/4" tall, medium orange amber glass, BIM with a tooled top and smooth base. There is some nice texture to the glass that adds character to this bottle. 11 1/4" tall, light orange amber glass, tooled top with inside threads for a composite stopper, smooth base.
" Base is embossed with "178 X" ( Holt Glass Works, West Berkley, Cal. Also, a very small pin point ping on one of the columns and some very light inside haze, mainly in the shoulder area. 11 1/2" tall, a nice light orange amber glass, BIM with a tooled top and smooth base that has the star embossed on it. 11 3/4" tall, aqua glass, tooled ring lip and a smooth base that has a nice kick-up. There is also a spot of tobacco stuck in the glass, left from the blower of this bottle. 11 3/4" tall, dark orange amber glass, cylinder quart that has nice fluted shoulders. Embossed on front within a circle : " OREGON IMPORTING CO. Near mint condition with only a flake of glass missing on the front of the lip. 12" tall, light orange amber glass, BIM with a tooled top and smooth base. There are a couple of very light scratches on the back of the bottle that is noted for accuracy.
The companies that bottled brands such as Coca-Cola, Pepsi, Dr Pepper, and Orange Crush are often central to the stories of these companies.
For example, Coca-Cola was first bottled not by its inventor, John S.
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The number (within a triangle with rounded corners) found on the bottom of plastic bottles is a code indicating the type of plastic the bottle is made of, and pertains to the subject of recycling) .(If problems occur with the finished product, it can be easily ascertained which mold or mold section is at fault.) Numbers also serve other purposes, depending on the exact container and/or company being discussed. Some numbers (for instance, 3- or 4-digit numbers on the base of many British bottles) are catalog, inventory, style or design numbers assigned to a particular bottle shape.Those numbers would serve to identify a particular bottle style, such as in communications/orders between the glass manufacturer and their customers ……is, the companies who ordered the bottles to package their products.In these cases, the general style, shape, glass color and other characteristics can at least help narrow down the possible age range of a particular specimen.A large percentage of bottles are marked with only a number (or numbers) on the base (or the heel), and the truth is that, in embossed in the glass.