Dating duraglas bottles
Finding a one-hundred-year-old Coke bottle might put a few dollars in your pocket should you decide to sell it.
While not all old bottles are valuable, an older bottle is more likely to be worth more than a newer one.
But as I looked closer, I noticed that these bottles didn’t look like the ones I was used to seeing.
Here were to know that the majority of the bottles appeared to be from the 1930s and ’40s.
Circa: 1930s-40s Condition: Good, No Caps Size: 7 1/4 inches tall, x 9 1/4 inches around Country of Origin: United States Manufacturer: Karo Syrup Set of 1930s-1940s Clear Glass Karo Syrup Bottles with the name molded on the bottom.
One says Karo and the weight and the other says Karo Syrup and the weight.
Ward, and was originally called “Ward’s Orange Crush”.
When Ward cofounded the company in 1911 with Clayton J.
“If you can cart ’em outta there, you can have ’em,” he told me.I was also aware that Orange Crush was made in my hometown, Evanston, Illinois—or at least it had a plant in town.One day when I was about 12 years old, I was riding my Schwinn Sting-Ray down Asbury Avenue, and I noticed that a house in the neighborhood was being demolished.Unfortunately when I dug these up from (150 yr old farmhouse)the rusty caps fell apart. Well, maybe not the first, I’m fairly certain that I’ve done something similar with some odd objects or other in the past, but this one was actually recovered on an archaeological project — monitoring anyway — and, without the date actually being stamped on the thing, I have assigned a secure date for its manufacture. bottle and their Duraglass product was not produced until 1940. or 44 = 1944 — but this has no period, but if Duraglas wasn’t used until 1940.