Although not many photos,
documents or other information about the Lynchburg Glass Corporation
exists, the information that does is very compelling! Some
speculate that the company was doomed from the start... was
it faulty equipment or internal sabotage???
forty-four weeks of production, glass insulators were one
of the products produced. There are fourteen different styles
of insulators that bare the Lynchburg name, and possibly as
many as five can be attributed to Lynchburg Glass Corporation
or their predecessor, Gayner Glass Works. In this section
you can learn more about the different styles of insulators
of the products produced were mason jars or "fruit jars".
These come in three sizes: pint, quart, and half-gallon. Many
of these jars have been found in central and western Pennsylvania.
A set of these jars is a spectacular sight and a must have
for the Lynchburg enthusiast.
were also produced either by the Lynchburg Glass Corporation
or by their preceding company, Lynchburg Glass Works. Chero
Cola bottles and some unmarked medicines were produced here;
however any bottle is very hard to come by. This section contains
more information on these bottles.