Dating old brown bottles
The British Antique Bottle forum was founded by dedicated antique bottle collectors Wayne Richards & Paul Best, originally started in early 2007 our community has gone from strength to strength over the years attracting bottle collectors from across the globe, we first launched a website to run alongside of our forum in 2010 and updated to this new version in 2013, we are a friendly online community founded for like minded collectors of antique bottles, pot lids, jars, advertising, brewery memorabilia and related items to meet up and share stories and photos regarding the hobby, our online community which is totally funded by the kind support of our members with the aim of promoting and publicizing the hobby and related events and hopefully ensure the hobby continues onto the younger generation, early in 2012 we linked up with the Australian Antique Bottle Forum and became “sister forums” creating a link between the collectors in Great Britain and our good friends in Australia.Once you have registered with our community you will have access to view 1000′s of images of antique bottles and related collectable’s from across the world that have been submitted by our members, we hold monthly competitions and polls so you can enter your favorite, newly acquired and dug items, and then vote on items entered at the end of the month, we post the latest updates about bottle shows, clubs and other events, there is a large number of interesting articles relating to company histories including archive photos of 100′s of old businesses dating from the 1800′s such as public houses, breweries, drug stores, advertising, you will also be able to view photos and digging reports posted by our members from long forgotten old Victorian and Edwardian refuse dumps, our members and forum team have a vast experience in the identification of antique bottles and related items between them and are always on hand to help wherever they can.Hi, I just purchased this at a thrift store for .49 cents. Also, what do all the marks mean on the base, like how do you read it. Do you put these kind of marks at all in the gallery? I think it might be dominion glass with the D in the triangle, but not sure, and can anyone tell the age of this at all....
These maker's marks allow archeologists to date bottles and often reveal information about their original contents.These are the most watched antique bottle auctions in the pre-1900 era category.The best of the best will show up here in our top bidding section because users have selected these bottles to keep track of them in their "My Ebay" bidding and watching page.Does your dusty bottle of whskey have a UPC on the back?
They fully came into fashion around 1985, but began popping up in the late 70s and early 80s.
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