ROBINSON GLASS CO. No. 129 (OMN) by Robinson Glass Company (Zanesville-OH, Operated: 1893-1900), 1896
• AKA: Josephine's Fan
NOTE: ID provided by Sid Lethbridge: National acquired the Robinson Glass Co. and moved the equipment and moulds to other factories. The moulds for this pattern went to their Ohio Flint Glass Works and eventually they moved on to the Cambridge Glass Co. This pattern is very similar if not identical to McKee's Napoleon also introduced in 1896. However, based on catalog listings, Napoleon was only available in bowls of various sizes, plates and tumblers. No. 129 is a full line of tableware.
NOTE: Cambridge 2504
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Shape: Butter, Cheese, & Honey Dishes
Contributor: Haileta Willing

Shape: Salts, open
Contributor: Eric Lee Nelson

Shape: Catalog Cut/Ad/Comparison Charts
Contributor: Carol Roop 1896 House Furnishing Review

Shape: Catalog Cut/Ad/Comparison Charts
Contributor: Sid Lethbridge

Shape: Catalog Cut/Ad/Comparison Charts
Contributor: Sid Lethbridge

Shape: Bowls & Berry Sets
Contributor: Gerry Blazejewski - 8.5D

Shape: Bowls & Berry Sets
Contributor: Gerry Blazejewski - 8.5D

Shape: Butter, Cheese, & Honey Dishes
Contributor: Robin Fisher Cisne

Shape: Butter, Cheese, & Honey Dishes
Contributor: Robin Fisher Cisne

Shape: Spooners
Contributor: Martin Chaffee

Shape: Spooners
Contributor: Martin Chaffee

Shape: Spooners
Contributor: Martin Chaffee

Shape: Bowls & Berry Sets
Contributor: Winfred Huff - 6.25 square

Shape: Plates - Platter
Contributor: David Zeidler

Shape: Bowls & Berry Sets
Contributor: Justyn Lo

Shape: Celery Vases
Contributor: Mary Elizabeth

Shape: Butter, Cheese, & Honey Dishes
Contributor: Haileta Willing