Dating owens bottles
Beyond that, the history behind the glass companies that made the bottles - as well as the individuals and businesses that ordered and used the bottles - is simply fascinating..isn't that a big part of why we collect bottles?
The 126-year-old skeleton, named 'Hope', replaces 'Dippy' the Diplodocus dinosaur as the museum's main exhibit (Rob "The scale of ongoing plastic pollution is having a devastating effect on many marine species and the ecosystems that sustain life on Earth.
The number (within a triangle with rounded corners) found on the bottom of plastic bottles is a code indicating the type of plastic the bottle is made of, and pertains to the subject of recycling) .
Always look very closely over the entire glass bottle or other container to make sure there is not some type of logo (emblem, trademark, initials, or just a letter) that might indicate the actual glass manufacturer.
"Millions of single use plastic bottles are purchased every day in the UK alone, and billions end up in the sea every year.
"The Museum is visited by over 4.5 million people every year and reaches millions more all over the world through our digital channels.
In many cases there is NO such mark, with only a number or numbers to be seen.