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  1. #1
    Jul 2020
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    Dairy ID

    Does anyone happen to know which diary this milk bottle bottom could have come from? Itís an Owens-Illinois 1943 Duraglas bottle from the Clarion plant. Giant S. Thanks
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  2. #2
    Oct 2014
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    If you are sure it is a dairy bottle, you may try finding known examples from your local dairys from the 1940-50 era and check out the base on them..but that could be a stretch. The only way to know for sure which dairy is to find one with the embossed slug plate

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