I dug a very nice Lewis Bear Drug Co. Pensacola, Fla Poison bottle that was had not a chip, crack or fisheye that cleaned up very nice and sold it for $1600 at the first bottle show I set up to sell at around 2006 and I did not know what I had, from what little I found online and asking around...
I sold hundreds of Bromos several years ago when people were putting these "Bottle Trees" in their yards and gardens, at one point I could get $15-20 apiece for larger ones. I'd put 2-3 on my table at the local flea-market at a time and women would come by and buy all 2,3,4 on the table at a...
One of my favorite dumps was in a ravine between two cemeteries dating back to the 1860's. Dug many many great sodas from a couple of Coke Hutches to some nice rare Coke & Pepsi Straight Sides, easy digging they dumped down the side of a hill no deeper to dig than 3-4 feet, I dug a milk glass...
This one did contain Coca Cola. I have seen one full with an original label the label is in poor condion, it is in the hands of a 97 year old lifetime resident of Tuskegee who got this bottle in the 1930's when he bought the first bottling plant building from the Johnson family, he found it...
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An olive green 6 log
You can own it, current bid is only 10,000.00
I dont know if this seller expected the auction to go this high! Opening bid was only 99.99
Here are the Alabama ones I have:
Opelika, AL Horseshoe Script
Opelika, AL Slant Script
Tuskegee, AL Block Slant with slug plate
Brundidge, Al Block Slant
Tallassee, AL Soda Water
Montgomery, AL Block and Script Slant
Eufaula, AL Block Slant
Birmingham, AL Block
The Jasper would go in the 2500-3000 range and the Bessemer would go in the 4200-4800 range in todays market. Five years ago they would have fetched in the 5000 range for the Jasper and the 8000 range for the Bessemer. I sold the rare variation (company not works in the slug plate) of the...