Dating old bottles jars

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-1840 (AMBER, AMETHYST, BLUE , GREEN) WASHINGTON FLASK FATHER OF HIS COUNTRY (PICTURE) AMBER, AMETHYST, BLUE , GREEN "BITTERS" - OBLONG BOTTLE AMBER, AMETHYST, BLUE GREEN, AVOCADO, RUBY CROWN FLASK SEAL AMBER, AMETHYST, BLUE GREEN, RUBY EIGHT SIDED ELIXIR AMBER, AMETHYST BLUE, GREEN RUBY, COBALT, AVOCADO CORN - OLD DOC'S CURE (BLUE , GREEN, GREY , PINK ) BALL & CLAW BITTER AMBER, AMETHYST, AVOCADO GREEN, RUBY, COBALT JENNY LIND FLASK THE SWEDISH NIGHTINGALE AMETHYST, AVOCADO, GREEN RUBY, COBALT POCAHONTAS DECANTER AMETHYST, AVOCADO GREEN, RUBY, COBALT SCROLL PICTORIAL FLASK AMETHYST , GREEN WARNER'S SAFE SIMON'S CENTENNIAL BITTERS WHEATON MINIATURES BLUE MINIS All of the Wheaton Miniatures are reproductions of the larger bottles.

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I had several dozen of these little bottles in the mid-late 1950's. Among the attractions is the Museum of American Glass which chronicles the history of American glassmaking from the early days as it was in Jamestown Virginia to the contemporary art glass movement.Visitors can see more than 7,500 objects in one of the nation's largest collections. Wheaton Glass Factory, is another of the popular attractions. Bottles, jars, jugs and containers of all types, antique fruit jars, glass insulators, fishing net floats, EAPG (Early American Pattern Glass), Depression Glass, antique children’s mugs, and other items are some of the forms of glass I enjoy learning more about. I’m interested in the general history of the glass manufacturing industry in the United States, especially within the sphere of container glass, electrical insulators and tableware (both pressed and blown).

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