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Anchor and “H” entertwined: Anchor Hocking Glass Corporation " data-medium-file="https:// data-large-file="https:// class="size-thumbnail wp-image-1510" title="anchor-hocking-mark" src=" alt="Anchor-Hocking mark " width="150" height="150" / First identification mark used: Anchor with an “H” superimposed (entwined) over it, in use since 1937.
(Shown here, as seen on the bottom of a Shedd’s Lady Betty prune juice bottle in emerald green glass).
Anchor Hocking Glass Corporation was formed in 1937, a result of the merger of the Hocking Glass Company, Lancaster, Ohio (which began in 1905) and the Anchor Cap and Closure Corporation, Salem, New Jersey (began 1913).
Over the years, a number of glass manufacturing plants were involved including locations at Salem, New Jersey; Winchester, Indiana (former Woodbury Glass Company, later, Turner Glass Corp., later General Glass Corp.
If anyone has info on when this color/pattern was being manufactured, please let me know!
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.
I don’t know the exact dates these were made, but I bought this one new @ Target in about the year 2000.
I assume that all of the glass molds in production were not retooled immediately, but it took some time before all molds in use were carrying the new logo.
Anchor inside a rectangle mark used by Anchor Hocking.
This is the mark on the base of the Sundae glass shown on this page." width="300" height="253" srcset="https:// https:// sizes="(max-width: 300px) 100vw, 300px" / plants were “spun off” in 1983 to form the newly created Anchor Glass Container Corporation, with headquarters in Tampa, Florida.
A very wide variety of glass containers for many types of foods, beverages and other products were produced.