Jackman Whiskey, Unknown
Year(s) of Production: Circa 1935
Pattern Description: Pint or half-pint whiskey bottle with a logo of a griffin in a heart shaped shield, some have Jackman embossed below.
Similar Patterns: Golden Wedding
About Jackmans Whiskey
These whiskey bottles are circa 1940 and could be mistaken for the Golden Wedding bottles at first glance, but they have a logo with a griffin in a heart-shaped shield below the verbiage ‘FEDERAL LAW FORBIDS SALE OR RE-USE OF THIS BOTTLE' . They come in at least 2 sizes: the 1/2 pint bottle measures about 6″ tall and 3″ wide and has a blank ribbon below the griffin (the label would have said Jackman Whiskey) while the pint bottle measures about 8 1/2″ tall and 4″ wide and has Jackman embossed in the ribbon below the griffin. The bottles have a stippling over most areas (the label area is not stippled).