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The CG monogram is often mistaken for and referred to by collectors as a dollar sign, albeit a backwards one. Sometime in the 1960s, the circular configuration of backstamps gave way to a more straight text format consisting of PYREX ® in larger letters with model and capacity information in smaller characters above, and MADE IN U. On many pieces, various numbers and sometimes letters are seen in and around the backstamp. A revised backstamp, with PATENTED above PYREX and MAY 27, 1919 below, was used after that date through 1924. A model number and, later, the capacity in pints or quarts were added above, and OVEN WARE below. Later pieces are also recognizable by, instead of "MADE IN U. A.", the the wording "by CORNING, Corning, NY, USA" with the verbiage NO BROILER OR STOVETOP or, later, BAKING AND MICROWAVE below.Please refer to the guides before each chart for information on how to interpret the data.There are other resources for dating Guild guitars which you may also want to consult, such as: "The Guild Guitar Book" by Hans Moust, and "Gruhn's Guide To Vintage Guitars" by George Gruhn.Through the years, (as well as through several different owners of the Guild Guitar company), some historical documentation has unfortunately been lost or destroyed.While there are some holes in the historical record, as well as a few anomalies, inconsistencies, and obvious errors in the dating charts, the information complied and presented here is the most comprehensive data we have available for dating Guild guitars.├ A Glossary of Terms ├ Dating Pyrex Kitchenware ├ Pyrex Ware Patterns │├ Pyrex Pattern List │├ Pyrex Pattern Browser │└ Pyrex Pattern Timeline │ ├ Standard Patterns │ └ Non-Standard Patterns ├ Pyrex Opal Ware Shapes ├ Pyrex Model Numbers ├ About Pyrex Item Numbers ├ About Pyrex Colors ├ Pyrex Solid Colors ID Chart ├ Pyrex Promo Accessory ID ├ Vintage Pyrex Advertising ├ Pyrex Catalogs & Brochures ├ Patent Database ├ Videos & Links └ Accessories/Books/Apparel Estimating the age of Pyrex opal glass kitchenware can most often be done by observing a few basic characteristics. Production of opal ware commenced in 1936 after the merger with Mac Beth-Evans Glass Co. The plant there would be used to produce a more durable messware for the military. in a downward curve below forming a broken circle of sorts around the name. No model number or other information was included on the earliest pieces. 1950 or shortly thereafter, the registered trademark symbol "®" was added below the name, the encircling wording became TRADE MARK above the name, with MADE IN U. These appear to be related to either molds or production runs. Patterns The first pieces to have a decorative graphical pattern applied appear to have debuted in 1956.While colors and styles of decoration reflected consumer tastes at the time of production, the first thing to look at is the backstamp. But the product would not be branded Pyrex until the debut of kitchenware made from it nearly a decade later. New patterns were introduced in keeping with changing tastes, so they can also give clues as to time period.

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The earliest #402 bowl was definitely more of an orange-red hue, described in advertising as "Chinese Red".

The red #402 bowl supplied with the 1970s Friendship pattern collection differs from the red 402 included in the #400 multi-color mixing bowl set, although it is similar to the shade of the earliest red 402s of that set.

Side by side comparisons, however, are often necessary to distinguish among them.

From the time of introduction, the #400 nesting mixing bowl set was offered only as a set and in the original colors.