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That trademark is generally believed to date beginning containers, not mouth-blown bottles. Realizing that a large number of molds were in use, I would suspect it took a while for all of them to be re-tooled.

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.W-T is especially well-known for the production of tremendous quantities of prescription bottles, blown for hundreds of local druggists/pharmacies across the country, embossed with their names and addresses using interchangeable slug plates inserted into the mold. Less commonly-seen are examples found in a beautiful rich teal green glass, as well as cobalt blue.After the firm name was changed to “Whitall Tatum Company” in 1901, the marking on bottle molds was changed slightly to “W. CO.” That marking is estimated to have been in use from about 1901 to 1924, although I am sure there was an overlap of a few years when the new mark was being phased in and the “old” mark was removed/re-tooled on molds already in use.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.I have never seen any bottles with the WT mark that appear to date after the 1940s, or maybe the early 1950s at the latest.In 1848 the name of the firm became “Whitall, Brother & Company” after Edward Tatum became involved.