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Large numbers of amber LYSOL bottles bear this triangle mark. There is disagreement on how long the “W over T inside triangle” mark continued to be embossed on containers, some stating the triangle mark was used on bottles up to 1969, which I doubt.
Many of these bottles, along with many glass electrical insulators, are found with a “W and T inside an inverted triangle” trademark (as shown in photo here, embossed on the side of a CD 154 “Whitall Tatum Co. The “W and T” triangle, if present on bottles, is usually embossed on the very base. W-T inside triangle mark used by Whitall Tatum Company circa 1924-1938 " data-medium-file="https:// data-large-file="https:// class="wp-image-1080 size-medium" title="W/T in triangle mark, used by Whitall Tatum, as seen on CD 154 glass insulator " src="https:// alt="WT in Triangle mark, as embossed on glass insulator." width="300" height="286" srcset="https:// https:// https:// sizes="(max-width: 300px) 100vw, 300px" / 1938, but that transition probably occurred over several years time.
Many of their pharmacy bottles have a letter or letters embossed (along with the “W. CO”) on the base which were typically mold identification marks (not date codes).
Note: some of these earlier clear glass bottles may turn a pale amethyst color if subjected to long exposure to sunlight.
( https://openlibrary.org/books/OL25302802M/Simpson_Springs_Station ) which can be read online (page 83 on that pdf file).Whitall Tatum produced very large quantities of bottles and fruit jars throughout much of the mid- and late 19th century.Pharmacy, druggist, barber, perfume, chemical and other types of bottles in various colors and styles were produced, and some of them are now avidly sought by antique bottle collectors. & Co.” on the base generally date from approximately 1875 to around 1901, and are most frequently found in a good-quality clear (colorless) glass.However, I find it very hard to believe that they would have continued to use the WT triangle mark all the way up to 1969 (when Armstrong was purchased by Kerr), as stated in some sources.