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Catalog Number 2010.196.1f
Object Name Tumbler
Description Macbeth-Evans Glass Company No. 8247 beverage glass. Pink. With wide optic & safety rim. Part of a six of six in the original box, labeled: Macbeth / CHIP-PROOF / BEVERAGE / GLASSES."
Manufacturer/Artist Macbeth-Evans Glass Company
Date Made ca. 1920s
Notes Per the bottom of the box, "Manufactured under license from the Libbey Glass Manufacturing Company, Toledo, Ohio," listing the following Safedge patents:

1,105,031. Burner. Filed November 22, 1912, approved July 28, 1914. Inventor: Henry F. Hagemyer, of Toledo, Ohio, assignor to the Mechanical Process Manufacturing Company, of Toledo.
1,476,184. Gas burner. Filed April 28, 1922, approved December 4, 1923. Inventor: Ernest C. Schrader, of Toledo, Ohio, assignor to the Libbey Glass Manufacturing Company, of Toledo.
1,577,536. Apparatus for severing glass. Filed April 3, 1924, approved March 23, 1926. Inventor: Alvah C. Parker and Carl W. Schreiber, of Toledo, Ohio, assignors to Libbey
1,577,537. Apparatus for burning off glass. Filed April 7, 1924, approved March 23, 1926. Inventor: Alvah C. Parker, assignor to Libbey
1,577,538. Apparatus for burning off glass. Filed November 1, 1924, approved March 23, 1926. Inventor: Alvah C. Parker, assignor to Libbey
1,577,543. Method of and apparatus for severing glass. Filed March 26, 1923, approved March 23, 1926. Inventor: Ernest C. Schrader, assignor to Libbey
1,577,654. Process and apparatus for burning off glassware. Filed February 24, 1924, approved March 23, 1926. Inventor: Alvah C. Parker, assignor to Libbey.
1,577,655. Method of and apparatus for burning off glassware. Filed May 16, 1924, approved March 23, 1926. Inventor: Alvah C. Parker, assignor to Libbey.
1,577,656. Automatic burning-off machine. Inventor: Alvah C. Parker, assignor to Libbey.
1,578,098. Method and apparatus for burning off glass. Inventor: Ernest C.Schrader, of Morgantown, West Virginia, assignor to Libbey
1,654,817. Process of manufacturing glass. Inventor: August Kadow, assignor to Libbey.
1,674,366. Process of manufacturing glass. Inventors: August Kadow and Alvah C. Parker, of Toledo, assignors to Libbey.
1,674,367. Method of an apparatus for cutting off waste ends of incandescent lamp bulbs. Inventor: Robert J. Kehl, of Chicago, assignor to Libbey
Diameter (in) 2.25
Height (in) 4
People Hagemeyer, Henry F.
Schrader, Ernest C.
Parker, Alvah C.
Schreiber, Carl W.
Kehl, Robert J.
Kadow, August
Reference Sources Chain store age, Dec. 1928, page 86-87