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I am not sure of the purpose of the mould numbers.
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They may simply indicate a mould at a particular time. This would allow quick knowledge of a damaged mould.

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They may indicate a mould at a particular factory. On a buying trip in 2006 I purchased several of these juicers. I purchase 2 amber juicers in regional Victoria which both had mould number 8. I purchase 1 amber, 1 green and 1 clear juicer in regional South Australia which all had mould number 12. This appears too significant to be a coincidence.

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The layout of the number is inconsistent, however they are read from the base of the juicer.

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I have only found mould numbers on amber, green and clear glass juicers.

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(This is an image of the juicer with mould number 4)

 

 

The images below are of an amber juicer, however, they clearly show the mould numbers.

 

 

 

This juicer is a number '12'

This is an image of a green juicer (under flash)

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A Brief History of Crown Crystal Glass Co. Ltd.
Crown Crystal Glass Co. Ltd. (Australia)
Comparing Crown Crystal Glass Co. Ltd. (Australia) juicers
Crown Crystal Lemon Juicers
HOW TO PICK THE AUSTRALIAN VERSION