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It is easy to identify jugs created in the early production days. Early produced jugs bore the name of the character inscribed into the back of the jug. The name was also written in inverted quotation marks on the base of the jug. Between 1939-1955 jugs were marked with a green A on the base to denote the type of kiln it needed to be fired in. This was discontinued in 1955 when coal burning kilns were banned. In 1927 the company had implemented a dating system to help identify the year a piece was made. The system simply consisted of a number placed to the right of their logo. If this number was added to the year 1927, it yielded the year of the item’s creation. Unfortunately this dating scheme does not appear to have been in practice for long.
Measures about : 3" X 3"
Condition: Gently used.
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