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  1. tomscot2

    What's your favorite soda?

    While this is not a soda bottle, it is the most beautiful in my collection of all things from the Nesbitt Fruit Products Co. They started in 1924 by making orange concentrate for shipment to soda fountains. This is apparently a retail concentrate bottle from the late 1920s and the 1930s,
  2. tomscot2

    today's find...

    Bireley's was known for their root beer in the 50s and 60s.
  3. tomscot2

    SHOW YOUR MOST VALUABLE SODA BOTTLE

    This bottle is from the Gosman Company in Baltimore, MD. 1939
  4. tomscot2

    Neslitts Bottle

    I just found this forum and your post. That bottle would have been used starting in about 1941 into the late 40s or early 50s. It has no value in that condition. I have photos of most of the different types of bottles used by Nesbitt's on my website: http://nesbittsorange.com.
  5. tomscot2

    Nesbitt jug

    FYI: surfaceone copied this information from http://nesbittsorange.com. This non-commercial site has hundreds of photos of Nesbitt Fruit Products Company memorabilia.

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