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Recent activity128963 of 129882inherited! butter dish and lid -what is it please??Hoosier Sellers circa 1920
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Posted 5 years ago


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Bacon Dairies existed on the 1930's, 1940's
This bottle has more than 60 yrs. Is in grate shape, no leed; lable is prefect.
It has a Duraglass signature on the bottom and a num. 17 on Lft. a 46 on Rgt. of the logo shape.

Does any one have knowledge or this item?

Mystery Solved


  1. Roy Ratkovich, 5 years ago
    I believe the numbers stand for the year and the plant number were it was produced. Like 1917 or 1946*
    *probably the right date
  2. Eli, 5 years ago
    Thank you Roy
  3. Phantomd, 5 years ago
    This is an Owens Illinois bottle, plant 17 Clarion, Pennsylvania, 1932-present And the 46 on the right side of the symbol is the date code, makes this a 1946 ACL bottle (Applied color label)
    Duraglass means it was a better made bottle, and used less glass, as it was a more precisely made bottle.
  4. CuevasE, 5 years ago
    Thank you Phantomd. Your knowledge is very helpful.
  5. Dennis, 5 years ago
    You're welcome, and I should have also pointed out the O with the Diamond is the logo for Owens Illinois, that is how I know who made that bottle.

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