When did the Hazel Atlas mark start appearing on the glass?
Hazel Atlas was formed from a merger of two companies in 1902, They had produced fruit jars and utilitarian ware up to this point and in 1923 the Hazel Atlas Glass company began marketing dinnerware items. The earliest H over A mark was found on fruit jars dating to around 1910. The mark appeared on the 'white milkglass' (platonite) dinnerware pieces after 1936. More information can be found on the hazelatlasglass.com collectors website.
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Answer . It's an H with an A inside of it.
The maker's mark is the easiest way. Usually, the marks are embossed at the base of the vessel along with other letters and/or numbers, which generally refer to mold numbers/f…orms. If the mark has an "A" inside of a "H" the piece dates from around 1920-1964. If the piece has "HAZEL" as the maker's mark, then it probably dates to around 1886-1902. "HAZEL-ATLAS" marks were used from 1902-1964. "E-Z SEAL" marks were used from 1896-1964. Finally, "E D J SEAL" marks were used around 1910. You can get more specific dates if you know when particular were being produced at different manufacturing locals. Likewise, if other areas around the vessel are embossed (e.g. "McCormick and Co." embossed near a bottles base) this can lead you to tighter dates. Sometimes the color of the glass ware will be useful as well. Generally, amethyst glass ceased to be produced around 1910 (I think!?), but other colors might have limited runs in association with specific forms/products. You'd have to do your research to find out about these possibilities. There is a Hazel Atlas pricing guide that you can get on amazon.com for pretty cheap. This might be of assistance. Likewise, a book entitled "Bottle Makers and their Marks" by Julian Harrison Toulouse is a good book to have on your shelf.
As old as the world itself.
A large amount of it is indeed marked with the H over the A, but like most companies, you will find some pieces that are not marked. I know some of the Candy Stripe pieces are… missing the marking. Also, in the 60s Atlas was bought by Continental Can Company, and you may find pieces marked with a triple C, progressively smaller C's inside each other.
Hazel Atlas Glass produced more than 30 different snack tray sets from apples to beads to decal florals and in a variety of colors. Usually the snack sets have a low value unl…ess it is a highly desirable pattern. For example the apple set will sell in the $10-$15 range while the clear beaded colonial sells for around $5. More information can be found on the Hazel Atlas Glass Collectors website.
The Hazel Atlas Glass mark is a capital H with a capital A inserted between the legs and directly underneath the horizontal line of the H. More information on the mark and the… Hazel Atlas glass company can be found at the Hazel Atlas Glass collectors website
Atlas Comics was founded November 1951 .
The Moderntone pattern was produced in transparent colors as well as the opaque platonite colors. In the transparent colors, there was Clear, Pink (hard to find), limited gree…n pieces, and the most found in Ritz Blue (also called cobalt blue). In the platonite, fired on colors were gray, green, chartreuse, pink, white, black, yellow, pastel green and a bright red. More information is found on the Hazel Atlas Glass collectors website.
Absolutely! According to the 1944 Thomas Registry cited by the Hazel Atlas Glass collectors website (www.hazelatlasglass.com), edited with more correct information, there were… 12 factories in the USA: two in Washington, PA, two in Zanesville OH, one each in the West Virginia cities of Wheeling, Clarksburg and Grafton; one each in the Oklahoma cities of Blackwell, Ada and Oklahoma City; plus Buffalo, NY, and Pomona, CA. . I can most assuredly confirm the Grafton, Blackwell, Zanesville and Washington plants because my father worked at each of them during his 1932-47 tenure with H-A as a chemist. I have pictures of the Grafton plant, in fact. - DEA
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The cast of Atlas - 2012 includes: Katie Brannan as Coffeeshop Worker Mindy Chubb as Coffeeshop Worker Randy Cragg as Spectator Anthony Cross as Spectator Thomas Cupp as Goon …Zach Downing as Spectator Kay Edly as Coffeeshop Patron Philip Erickson as Street Victim Ann Filippis as Sam Brenda Gavin as Coffeeshop Patron Lorry Gilbert as Bomb Girl Lucas Gorbe as Coffeeshop Patron David Gorbe as Coffeeshop Patron Emma Gorbe as Dahlia Claire Hilliker as News Extra Carrie Howe as Mrs. Waine Tim JamesPatrick as Atlas Bonham Killewald as Spectator Joe Kras as Guard Joshua Krutsch as Goon Scott Lupu as Mr. Waine Matthew Maslowski as Goon Darius Payne as Musketeer Goon - Red Jessica Pick as Coffeeshop Patron Del Putnam as Coffeeshop Patron Brian Ritson as Musketeer Goon - Blue Steven Rupert as Goon Scott Sell as Greco Kristian Sho as Goon Stevan Smith as Little Waine Emily Sorenson as Suzi Swinson Darrell Sykes as Goon Kristina Woltjer as Coffeeshop Patron
The cast of Atlas - 1920 includes: Dino Bonaiuti Franco Bulgarelli Felice Carena Vittorio Casali Ella Cavallini Elsa Zara
The cast of Atlas - 1961 includes: James Carleton Roger Corman as Greek soldier Sascha Dario as Prima Ballerina Theodoros Dimitriou as Gen. Gallus Christos Exarchos as Prince …Indros Andreas Filippides as King Telektos Michael Forest as Atlas William Jolley Miranda Kounelaki as Arione Walter Maslow as Garnis Dick Miller as Greek soldier Jean Moore Barboura Morris as Candia Charles Stirling Kent Whitley Frank Wolff as Proximates the Tyrant