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    Need info on an old Pharmacy bottle

    I kinda knew it was too new to have any value. I was thinking anywhere from 1940's to 1950's. Thanks for the input, maybe in 75 years it will be worth something.
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    Need info on an old Pharmacy bottle

    I picked this up the other day from a guy at a yard sale. I'm not sure of the year or what it was used for. It says Cedarleaf Oil-U.S.P. by Magnus, Mabee & Reynard, Inc. On the bottom label it says packed expressly for Fort Wayne Drug Co. Fort Wayne, Indiana. It is a plastic screw cap. It's made...
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    S. Hirsch & Co. Crystal Brook Kansas City, MO Need info on this bottle.

    Thanks to RC, Scott, Bert, and Ron for the info, I love collecting bottles of all kinds and generations and love to find out that they might not be so common. It's fun to think of someone 100 years ago drinking from this bottle and now we are holding it in our hands in a different state and it...
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    S. Hirsch & Co. Crystal Brook Kansas City, MO Need info on this bottle.

    I got this bottle at a yard sale for $5 and need some info on it and maybe an estimate on value. I believe it is a Whisky bottle with applied top. Thanks!
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    Pepsi:Cola Variations

    Thanks PepsiCollector, I need to get the Ayers Guide. There is a lot of info on Coca Cola but only a fraction of information on Pepsi:Cola. I am surprised that Pepsi is not as collected as Coca Cola. I don't see it as often when I go to antique stores and flea markets. I am talking more about...
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    Pepsi:Cola Variations

    I also have the Red, White, and Blue in Double and Single Dot. The single dot being from St. Paul, Minnesota 1951 with different script.
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    Pepsi:Cola Variations

    I was looking through my Pepsi bottles and discovered a few variations. Double and Single Dots on my 2 Full Glasses Pepsi Cola. The first is pretty common with Double Dot, but the second has a Single Dot with the older script. The Single Dot is from Jacksonville, Florida 1949.
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    Christmas Cokes- Rarity?

    According to Porter's Third Edition, the Rochester, NY is common. The Corpus Christi and the Laredo, TX are both rated Rare. The Sequin, TX is rated as Scarce. Nice find. How much did you pay for them?
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    Picked up this Dr. Pepper 6 pack carrier!

    It says on the bottom it is made of Corrugated Solid Fibre (Thick Cardboard). The dimensions are 14 1/2 inches long X 10 1/4 inches wide X 4 1/2 inches tall.
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    Picked up this Dr. Pepper 6 pack carrier!

    Been gone for a while, I was pretty busy with a new job and the holidays. I sure miss those blue pages! Anyway, I recently picked up this Dr. Pepper carrier and I need some info on it. It's in rough shape, but I can't find it pictured anywhere. It has 6-55 on the bottom so I guess that makes it...
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    King-Cola ?

    It's a very small town. Total population in 2010 was only 1041 people. I wonder what it was back in 1922? That's what it has on the heel is 22.
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    King-Cola ?

    The Royal Drink.
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    King-Cola ?

    Here is my King Cola from Edinburg, Virginia
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    New Embossed Sodas!

    Has anyone here ever seen the Beck's Coca Cola green bottle with the Donkeys on it before or know anything about it??
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    New Embossed Sodas!

    Here's 3 new bottles for my collection. Smile Bottling Co. Marine, Illinois Beck's Coca Cola Bottling Co. Albuquerque, New Mexico Indian Rock Ginger Ale Ten Pin from Richmond, Virginia

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