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    Does anybody recognize this maker's mark?

    Thanks!
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    Hey creskol,

    I'm reading that as, "James B. Beam, Im(porters), New York.

    Can't help but think of James Beauregard Beam. Not positive, you understand, but that would be my bet. Is it larger than a Buick hubcap, by any chance?

    "James Beauregard Beam (1864–1947) managed the family business before and after Prohibition, rebuilding the distillery in 1933 in Clermont, Kentucky, near his Bardstown home. James B. Beam Distilling Company was founded in 1935 by Harry L. Homel, Oliver Jacobson, H. Blum and Jerimiah Beam. From this point forward, the bourbon would be called "Jim Beam Bourbon" after James Beauregard Beam, and some of the bottle labels bear the statement, "None Genuine Without My Signature" with the signature James B. Beam." Jim Beam - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Quote Originally Posted by surf View Post
    Hey creskol,

    I'm reading that as, "James B. Beam, Im(porters), New York.

    Can't help but think of James Beauregard Beam. Not positive, you understand, but that would be my bet. Is it larger than a Buick hubcap, by any chance?

    "James Beauregard Beam (1864–1947) managed the family business before and after Prohibition, rebuilding the distillery in 1933 in Clermont, Kentucky, near his Bardstown home. James B. Beam Distilling Company was founded in 1935 by Harry L. Homel, Oliver Jacobson, H. Blum and Jerimiah Beam. From this point forward, the bourbon would be called "Jim Beam Bourbon" after James Beauregard Beam, and some of the bottle labels bear the statement, "None Genuine Without My Signature" with the signature James B. Beam." Jim Beam - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


    Thanks Surf .. I thought that might be it, but I can't find any information on this bottle:
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    The one I have may be a little older than this one, which dates only to 1973. Mine has no screw top, the glazing is quite crude, and the bottle is also rather imperfect. I may be wrong, but I suspect that it is older, but no doubt that you have the right ID. I will mark it solved. Thanks Surf!
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    Hey creskol,

    I'm sure yours is an older model. It certainly looks to have age to it. The style has been around for ever and a day.

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