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There four types of ACL Indexing / Registering ...
1. Examples of all four
Keep your eyes peeled for one of these Atlanta, Georgia 1915 Coca Cola bottles that sold last April for $108,000.00
Read all about it ...
As far as I know, the only Howdy flavor other than Orange was Ginger Ale. The Ginger Ale must have been short-lived because I can only find references for it between 1924 and 1927. Both of...
LONDON, ENGLAND -- AMBER -- SWIMSUIT -- 7 BUBBLE -- DATE UNKNOWN
This is the only example from England I am aware of. I don't know if the amber color is original or altered / irradiated. I have...
Here's an example of a 7up bottle that VERY likely had the 0 (zero) added to the mold of a bottle that was actually made in 1945. Offset numbers like the zero on this 7up bottle were rarely if ever...
Here's a cropped, enhanced pic of the base - but even zooming in on it I can't tell for certain about the position of the number 4
I just came across this discussion this morning and thought I'd add a few comments ...
1. According to numerous sources, the Garden City Coca Cola Bottling franchise was established in 1912
7up lady fan
Thanks for sharing -- Do you have a pic of the front of your bottle? -- The main thing we have been looking for are the 3-1-3 bubbles
Congratulations - Great Find
I haven't been around lately but check in from time-to-time. I'm currently working on a project that I'll tell you about in a month or two. I recall seeing...
I heard my name mentioned and thought I'd add my two-cents worth. Those Sailor (not Popeye) tumblers were produced by the Hazel Atlas Glass Company for Big Top peanut butter. There were a series of...
This ad is by the same bottler from the same newspaper as the last one I posted. But its dated two weeks earlier and depicts a straight-sided paper label bottle - suggesting that...
Just for the record ...
This is the earliest advertisement I am aware of for the new Coca Cola contour/hobbleskirt bottle from ...
[ The Statesville Sentinel ~ Statesville, North Carolina ~...
But then again, maybe it was Sparkling Orangine that was protected ... :confused:
Good to hear from you. Except for barqlady, no one has posted on this thread for about three years. I posted the attached newspaper snippet earlier but don't recall exactly when. Based on...
My initial finding is that the 1957 on the Teem signs is a production number and not a date. The MCA stands for the Massillon Cleveland Akron sign company, that was located in Massillon, Ohio and...
Cool. And even though we will probably never know the location, the Glenshaw 59 seven ounce bottle is no doubt a first issue when Teem was introduced in 1959. I'm going to look around and see if I...
Did you check the lip of your Glenshaw bottle for an embossed letter or number? 1959 might be a little late for the lip codes, but it might be worth checking if you haven't already.
What (if anything) do you know about these Teem bottles and crate? The seller described them as ...
1. Being from Canada
2. 7 Ounce
3. Marked with a 1959 Trademark
This is to clarify some observations I posted earlier ...
1955 = Possible date when Pepsi Cola started experimenting and developing Teem. But doubtful there are any bottles or other...
I posted this newspaper article earlier, but this time I underlined three key factors. And because they are quotes from Herbert L. Barnet, I consider them reliable. If I were to look for a particular...
02-04-2019, 04:18 PM
Thanks for the pic. Actually, I'm thinking the bottle is of European origin because of the applied finish (lip) and especially because of the "slop over" glass below the base of the lip....
Question: Do any of your Teem bottles have a City / State / Location on them?
Thanks for the comparisons. I agree ... "Close but no Cigar"
Here's another interesting newspaper article from ...
[ The Oshkosh Northwestern ~ Wisconsin ~ December 4, 1959 ]
See what you think of this ...