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Some of Vendo's most popular machines were made during this decade, including the V-39.
Vending machines also started to sell multiple products such as packaged snacks, coffee, milk and ice cream.
(Toulouse 1971)The pictures to the left show the base of an 11 oz.
For example, the quart canning jar pictured to the right is boldly embossed on one side with PACIFIC / SAN FRANCISCO / GLASS WORK (sic) making it easily clear that the jar was manufactured by the Pacific Glass Works of San Francisco, CA. (Photo courtesy of Bill Lockhart.)The following is quoted from the introduction to the book Bottle Makers and Their Marks by Dr.During the 1950's, the vending industry soared to new heights.Vending machines gained a new look with upright, streamlined units with rounded corner cabinets.Some marks - like the Owens-Illinois Glass Company mark shown above - have a lot of good information available to allow for definitive interpretation; a link to an excellent article on the subject is found below.Other suspected maker's marks have not even been accurately assigned to a particular glassmaker and even if the maker is known, much company specific research has yet to be done.
- the first successful glass company west of the Rockies - which operated under that name from 1862 to 1876 (Toulouse 1971). Julian Toulouse and is one of the better quick summaries on the subject of maker's marks pertinent to the goals of this website. Toulouse wrote his book from the perspective of assisting collector's as well as archaeologist's as implied in the following quote.): Trademarks, whether registered or not, brand names, and other marks and symbols of identification found on bottles are datum points in determining the history and ages of the collectors' bottles.