Ack! I came home last night with a few bottles. OLD bottles, but probably none older than the 30s or 40s. A couple are from the 70s.
Anyone have any good resources for identifying bottles? Most of the ones I brought home have NO markings, save maybe a number ("5", etc.)
Thanks in advance.
Jen M., JenniferLynn's Finds
You are both welcome! I love bottles, but they have to be colorful for me :) I don't like the clear ones sort of boring lol since I am eclectic :) :0)
Oh, I agree; however, some good embossing and interesting print can redeem even clear ones.
My favorite one that I brought home is the Paul Revere. It's pretty ubiquitous, but it's a cool bottle. I'd keep it if I had any room.
Vintage Rose Collectibles said:You are both welcome! I love bottles, but they have to be colorful for me :) I don't like the clear ones sort of boring lol since I am eclectic :) :0)
My DH has been buying and selling bottles for about 40 years. He specializes in pre-1900 New England glass houses. But if you post pictures, I might be able to give you some idea.