Dating carnival glass
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A very wide variety of glass containers for many types of foods, beverages and other products were produced.
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Although the “old” Anchor/H mark was reportedly discontinued circa 1977 in favor of the “new” mark (anchor within a rectangle, shown here, introduced in about 1968) some glassware dating after 1977 also carries the “old” mark.
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