One heavy green bottle, thick glass, blown-in-mold, with 2 mold lines, quite a few bubbles and an uneven layer of glass on the bottom which looks like a ski slope. It has a 10 panel flat section around the lower area, about 1 ½ inches up the sides, and is marked 26 underneath. It comes with an odd metal closure. The closure is broken in half, looks to have had a rubber stopper on one end. The bottle is round, has a fat blob top and measures 6 ½ inches in height. On one side is raised lettering: M O Connor, Montville, N J. At first glance I'd guess it to be a soda or mineral water bottle. But I have no references which shows this specific bottle. There is one small chip on the inner top rim.
A second bottle is included, since they were found together in a Victorian house: clear, 8 ½ inches tall, flat octagonal; looks to have had a screw top. It has raised lettering on the front, going longwise: I Rawleigh's, and along the bottom in the front: Bottle made in U.S.A.; and a number 4 underneath. No damage.
Ger's green bottle
Again, any help with age, rarity, value, etc. greatly appreciated. Also any idea about the closure for the green bottle. Is my assessment correct? Or is it missing pieces other than a rubber stopper?
I've had these stored away at least 40 years.