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This alphabetical listing of specific embossed bottle/glass makers markings includes the marks used by various bottle/glass making companies in the United States and Canada as well as some in England and Mexico.
He spent the next year at the Sorbonne in Paris, and then attended Mc Gill University, graduating with a B. Most of them were originally sold as map plates bound in atlases.
Often the atlases were taken apart and the plates sold separately.
Shortly afterwards, Ferrajoli sold the volume, for ,500, to American dealer Laurence C.
Witten II, who offered it to his alma mater, Yale University.