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This question asks if there are any mold seams within the outside edges of the bottle base.Click on each of the bottle base pictures to the left and it is apparent that both bottle "A" and "B" have mold seams on the base.Embossed bottles like these offer some hope for the existence of additional information on the history of the product.The Blasi and Holcombe books in particular have excellent overviews on what is known of the product history and supports the date ranges determined above.
It is apparent that the answer to Question 1 is " YES " since this bottle has raised embossing.
The noted scuffing and wear on the bottle is a result of milk bottles typically being reused dozens or scores of times Lockhart pers.
There is, however, one additional bit of information that greatly assists the dating of this bottle - the very faint rectangle embossed on the front heel of the bottle.
However, this determination would be incorrect for this bottle!
It is noted in the "Exception note" just under the "NO" answer to Question 2 that machine-made milk bottles made between the early s through at least the s are the major exception to the side mold seam rule as these bottles exhibit a disappearance of the side mold seams on the neck that emulates that found on a mouth-blown bottle with a tooled finish.