The earlier Lynchburg Glass Works normally did not use this logo on their ware.
However, there is some evidence that they did, in fact, use the L in an oval as a corporate logo.
No direct evidence survives from the original company.
However, the illustration at right provides an important clue.
So it is reasonable to conclude that they used a cut from the previous company on their letterhead.
A later letterhead does not show the bottles (see The History of Lynchburg Glass Corporation).
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So, an informed conclusion is that Lynchburg Glass Works made both bottles.We do not know if Lynchburg Glass Works produced some ware without any markings.This version of the company never produced insulators.It is part of an early corporate letterhead from the later Lynchburg Glass Corporation, which shows bottles in a case marked with the logo.It is clear from corporate records that the early Lynchburg Glass Corporation, which was in effect a reorganization of the Lynchburg Glass Works, intended to make bottles.