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Base of Yacht Club Beverages ACL soda bottle, bearing 1966 date code along with older mark.(Photo courtesy of Taylor Mc Burney) " data-medium-file="https:// data-large-file="https:// class="wp-image-1921 size-large" title="Base of Yacht Club Beverages ACL soda bottle, bearing 1966 date code along with older mark.

Some bottle molds already in use were not re-engraved until as late as 1957, 1958, 1959, even, as mentioned, in 1966. “OWENS” appears on the base of some clear prescription bottles.(Photo courtesy of Taylor Mc Burney)" src="https:// alt="Base of Yacht Club Beverages ACL soda bottle, bearing 1966 date code along with older mark.(Photo courtesy of Taylor Mc Burney)" width="640" height="574" srcset="https:// https:// sizes="(max-width: 640px) 100vw, 640px" /Base photo of amber Dad’s Root Beer bottle, carrying the “old” Owens-Illinois mark, but with an unusually late 1960 date code! " data-medium-file="https:// data-large-file="https:// class="wp-image-2112 size-medium" title="Base photo of amber "Dad's Root Beer" bottle, carrying the "old" Owens-Illinois mark, but with an unusually late 1960 date code!IMPORTANT NOTE: Many liquor bottles and flasks made by Owens-Illinois have a DIFFERENT mold code configuration on the base, as compared to the way the numbers are arranged on most other types of bottles they made.Typically, it is marked with a number called a “Liquor Bottle Permit Number” followed by a dash and a second number which is the date code.

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