Purple planters rye

Found at a mangrove island
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  • I’m still pretty new to actually trying to date glass that I’ve found or inherited from my dad. I’ve always enjoyed looking my whole life growing up around historic beaches around Florida. I would love to hear even basic descriptions to help my understanding such as applied top etc.
  • Welcome to the forum

    This is an early 20th century bottle which can be dated to some extent by the purple color. This indicates there is manganese in the glass - its use ended in the mid 19 teens. See this discussion for more about manganese

    https://forum.antiquebottles-glass.com/discussion/146/purple-glass-bottle/p1
  • Very interesting. Thanks for the link. I’ll try searching the forum more before asking too many questions.
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