Makers mark on the base of a bottle I found in lake michigan

by Lala
(UP Michigan )

I've searched all over to find this dang mark! Can't find it anywhere! So I'm hoping someone on here can tell me what company this would be and any other fun details! Thanks so much in advance!

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Jun 20, 2024
General info for trying to identify maker's marks
by: Kelsey

Finding a maker's mark on a bottle discovered in Lake Michigan can be intriguing! Maker's marks are typically symbols or initials used by manufacturers to identify their products. They can provide clues about the bottle's origin and age. If you're trying to identify the bottle or learn more about its history, here are some steps you could take:

Examine the Mark: Carefully observe the maker's mark on the base of the bottle. Note any letters, numbers, symbols, or logos.

Research Online: Use the information from the maker's mark to search online databases, antique bottle websites, or historical archives. There are many resources dedicated to identifying maker's marks and antique bottles.

Consult Experts: Reach out to experts or forums specializing in antique bottles and historical artifacts. They may have knowledge about similar bottles or be able to decipher the maker's mark.

Local Historical Societies: Contact local historical societies or museums near Lake Michigan. They often have archives and resources related to regional history and artifacts found in the area.

The maker's mark could potentially lead you to discover more about the bottle's production date, manufacturer, and even the context of how it ended up in Lake Michigan. Good luck with your exploration into this intriguing find!

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