Two issues of 7005, left is set in (sans serif) font, which are usually early manufacture.
Below right the regular round font – usually later – though exceptions occur to squeeze in long text, and where there is a connection with Plastylite.
Once the requirement for foreign origins was imposed, many American manufacturers also began marking their items with some indication of source to take advantage of "Buy American" sentiment.
A fine example of a 15th Century Château with its elaborate architectural detailing still in tact, including ramparts and battlements, it stands proudly over its estate of 495 acres, in which is included a whole spectrum of other buildings, suitable for a variety of uses.
They include 4 cottages, stables, barns and further separate farm.
Inside, its historic character is apparent throughout, from rooms with beamed and vaulted ceilings to spaces, which feature panelling and ornate fireplaces.
, the perfector of it, but it contains a deep and precise character sketch.These "prestige" marks will name the manufacturer as well as the country and are normally very elaborate looking things with lions and crowns and coats of arms and so on - all intended to impress the brash Yankees.