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Anyway, we started by digging some of the mining camps in Oregon and Arizona and then eventually gravitated towards digging in downtown Portland, the urban renewal stuff in the late ‘60s and early ‘70s. And so we got in there and started finding really nice stuff. I never looked back, and have been collecting ever since.
That was way better digging because that’s where people lived. : I have over a thousand bottles, which means something or nothing.
There was a glass blower with the mold boy producing them by hand – and they never touched it, of course, not literally.
A diamond shape with an O in it, sometimes referred to as a Saturn marking, is a common symbol on the bottom of many glass bottles and jars made between the 1930s and 1950s.
This symbol belongs to glassmaking firm Owens-Illinois Glass Company.
Recent resources for additions to the list and historic details came from the links shown below with a few individual contributions, most notable being Jean-Pierre Volatron. In the early 1990's that division became part of the Beauford group.
A special thank you to Bill Meier for dramatically improving the table formating and file size. is a Spanish multinational corporation, which includes companies in the domains of energy, telecommunications, transportation, and the environment. The 1851 Official Catalogue of the Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of all Nations page 125 described this company: "The Aire and Calder Bottle Co. -- Bottles for dispensing and general purposes, with patent hollow corks and combination stoppers. Glass insulators, for telegraphs." The 1921 EMF Electrical Year Book said the company manufactured electrical supplies such as wiring devices, switches, panels, electric railway material, overhead trolley equipment, etc.