However, there are some exceptions to this general rule, and single-digit date codes were also used in later decades along with the later “I inside an O” mark (but without a period placed to the right of the code).Most bottles from the late 1940s into the 1950s and 1960s have two-digit date codes.Given this dominance, the bottle styles listed in their catalogs - and to a large degree the style names used - are typical of the offerings of most bottle makers of that time making the IGCo.
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However, there is no better source for determining potential use and period shape names than these old catalogs.
1926 Illinois Glass Company (IGCo.) "General Catalog B" on this website - a catalog never reproduced to the authors knowledge. was one of the largest producers of bottles during the late 19th and early 20th centuries (and still is in its current manifestation as the Owens-Illinois, Inc.) having almost certainly the most comprehensive array of offerings of any bottle maker at the time within all important bottle type categories.
Illustrated among the pics on this page is the base of a bottle made at the Columbus, Ohio facility (plant #18) with a date code of “7” which in this case probably stands for 1937.
Recently [July 2013] I have received a photo, submitted by Taylor Mc Burney, showing the base of a Yacht Club Beverages ACL soda bottle, carrying a 1966 date code, but bearing the old logo!
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One of the best sources for determining bottle types based on the shape are old glass/bottle makers catalogs.
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