I found about ten crates filled with these bottles never opened and sealed by a cork. Spend the small extra for Bayer if you need to take daily aspirin. The same cursive capital G is also on the bottom of the bottle. Also a small embossed symbol of a jar, shaped wider at the top. David We purchased a farm where the home was built in 1853. Is English your second language, or are you a careless typist? Those types of fruit jars were made, for the most part, during the 1930s, 40s, 50s and 60s, by many glass companies.
If a child were to open the package and consume all of the tablets, in general, 36 tablets are considered a non-toxic amount. No printing on inside, instructions on back of tin. When I checked at the Illinois Glass Catalogue 1906 , this type is of rounded bottom pieces were made with Mold 26. The two indentations on the lid are not flaws, but the design of the lid for ease of opening. Keep the cap closed to help keep moisture out of the bottle and away from the tablets. Bottles with only numbers on the base will be difficult to identify.
Is is possible to find out what this means? Comments: Ever since Vick's started packaging their Vapo Rub product in plastic jars, the glass ones have become more collectable and harder to find. On the bottle there is a 4 and Italy and on the cups there are France stamps. Please let me know if you can figure out where this bottle came from! Search google with that phrase for a webpage that lists many of the permit numbers assigned and used by many glass companies. The bottle is approximately 2. A good percentage of the were made by. I'm sure the off-brand is fine.
A 1 inside a circle, and and 82 over the number 15. It also has a circle around the previously stated characters, but the circle is indented and may have been added later. In the center, not touching any numerals, is an O with an elongated ring around it, sort of like a planet with a ring. Andrew, thanks for your post. I will appreciate any information about this type of bottle, or if someone can share more information about this type of bottles manufacturer, use, dates.
There are three types of stamps on this set. The only information I was able to gather on this bottle suggested that it may have been a bitters bottle and that it was most likely circa 1910. The mold number just identified the exact mold the bottle was made in. Thanks John David — I really enjoyed your site. Thank you kindly in advance for your help! Take care, David Hello, please could someone help me out , because i have spent my whole day trying to find out what this dating code means, a friend of mine brought me an empty bottle of coca cola from Morocco 24,5 cm tall with the red colour included on the label label includes Arabic and the word marques et modele desposes now on the lower heel there is embroidery with 35,5 cl the cl very calligraphic and then on the other side it starts with the number 16 after smal space there is the S in circle and small space again and there is number 9 with 7 code script or dots if you like in the shape of C covering the right side of number 9. If you have any questions, please talk to your doctor.
Some interior residue present, smooth interior suggests a cork stopper rather than glass. There is a flat surface in the shape of a diamond on the front of the bottle which looks to be where a label may have been. Desiccants help absorb any moisture in the bottle. The marble is included simplay as a whimsical way to keep dust out of the inside of the bottle. Sixth is white with 4869.
Thank you for any info you can give! Please pay within 3 days and buy it now same day. There are concentric raised rings from the center to the outer double ring of raised dots. They often show up at yard sales and thrift stores. His work in the field of pharmacy fascinated him so much that he decided to broaden his knowledge in this field by studying chemistry. All of them have numbers on the bottom.
No chips, no cracks, but a number of bubbles toward the bottom of the bottle. It also has the number 6 on the bottom. It also depends on exactly which glass company produced the container, as all firms do not use the same system of markings. The company then worked flat out to develop a cost-effective production process that would allow the promising active ingredient to be supplied as a pharmaceutical product. This would be a quart jar and a very nice addition to your growing collection! Stainless steel bottles and most products from Nalgene seem to be safer alternatives, as would be glass with plastic safety sleeves around them. Thanks Christy Hi Christy, Thank you very much for the nice words about my site. There is a chip in the body that doesn't go all the way through.
They seem to be found quite often so I assume huge quantities were made over several years. Now, my main question with the two of them is whether I can find a list of rectifier or distiller numbers, so that I can find out what these bottles may have contained? Vintage Lot Of 2 Bayer Aspirin Glass Bottles 1940's - 60's? Here is a webpage that has more info on various bottle bases and mold types: Hope this helps, and take care, David I have a glass bottle that has a serial number etched in it just above the dots at bottom of glass, this glass bottle has a cobblestone body and what looks like a seem , it also has the number 43 in center as well as other numbers around base of bottle. As you can see in the pictures, a small piece of it has fallen off inside the jar. Almost anything is on here. A little over 20 years ago, I discovered a dump with a lot of bottles in it. A third group took the same dose o … f aspirin at night 82 people.
On side of bottle it says federal law forbids sale or re- use of this bottle. With a 120-year track record of safety and efficacy, aspirin is one of the most extensively studied pain relievers in history. Term of Design Patent was for 14 years, so that particular bottle was presumably made sometime between 1960 and 1974. I read that the number may correspond to the Mold number. Hi Justin, Yes, you are absolutely right.