History of dating patterns

29 Apr

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Any 4-quart #404 bowl in a color of other than yellow must therefore be dated no earlier than 1949.The shade of blue on the 1-1/2 pint #401 bowl included in the 1968 revised color combo #400 set is different from that of any previously seen.Since the Cinderella design pieces were first introduced in 1958, they must all date from then or after.The design of #500 series refrigerator storage dishes' lids can help determine their age.From 1947 until approximately 1959, the lids' tops had longitudinal ridges flanking a smooth middle, and had smooth undersides.