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Replacement for Antique Glasses?

My wife's great grandmother had passed these cups down to her and they mean everything. Unfortunately, our daughter had knocked the drying rack over breaking all of the glasses but this one. They are from about sometime in the 50s to 60s. The stamp on the bottom is 2L4.

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April 19, 20210 found this helpful
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If the L is in cursive, it could be the Libbey Glass company.

You could send the pictures to replacements.com and they might be able to identify it for you.

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