By considering the dating information arrived at above - excluding the makers markings on the base - we can still make a reasonable determination that this bottle almost certainly dates no earlier than ACL, lack of bubbles and could be as recent as the s straw tinted colorless glass. A search on the internet will turn up some scattered references to the bottle - primarily ones that are for sale or just referenced - but little historical information. The embossing indicates that this has to be a molded bottle and can not be either free-blown, dip molded, or from a turn-mold. The user is now directed to move to Question 3 which differentiates unembossed, seam-free bottles into several categories. The bottle is still in really nice condition, I. Wives often stayed home taking care of the children and everyday household chores while the husbands worked to support the family.
This is consistent with the flattened embossing as air vented molds allowed for the production of bottles with more distinct "sharper" embossing.
Collecting vintage and antique milk bottles
There are great graphics on this quart bottle. Has chips around the rim. Dairies either had their names embossed on the bottles or designed the bottles so they could be easily identified by the delivery man. However, glass bottles were not always used as containers for milk. This section of the Dating key is a series of independent questions where the answer to any given one is not dependent on the answer to another; a user may sequentially view each of the questions. This is not inconsistent with the dating done above but is on the earlier edge of the range.