It's not the Flint I'll be at. It's the Grand Rapids one on February 23rd.
I'm afraid that I dunno any sources for Mexican bottles.
Leon, I have one Grand Haven beer or soda. G.H. is down the road from me. Hah hah.
We hope to see you at the G.R. show.
Here's a nifty little ad I found in the June 28, 1865 Atchison Daily Champion newspaper. Super bottle you got there!
That really depends. In my experience the individual household 40s dumps have almost no collectible bottles for the reason you describe, but the municipal dumps can be loaded with sodas. Businesses...
Actually, I prefer "vintage" over "antique" - I was born in 1960! Your comment about the Vietnam War put these in perspective for me. I plan on attending the Flint Bottle Show - I might be interested...
don't know much about B C . but I do know that 1940s and 50s dumps , have very few collectable bottles . soda and milks were returned for deposit , so any that you may find may be damaged . whisky...
well show a pic , so we know what you are talking about here. rolling rock has had the same pyro a long time . the ones I dig up from the 1950s look like the same as 2019 at first glance .