Glass Shard from Myrtle Beach - ID?

by David
(New York)

1914 Glass

1914 Glass

~ sea glass identification question submitted by David in New York, USA

    Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, Glass Shard Identification?

We found this piece of beach glass in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. 

As you will notice, it has the numbers 1914 on it. 

When you look close you can see that the mold that was used to make these numbers was hand carved.

Where could this piece of glass have come from?

~ sea glass identification question submitted by David in New York, USA

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