I agree about the reserve. I have sold alot on Ebay and always start at .99 with no reserve. I think a reserve scares people away. I listed an old vintage toy at .99 and sold it for over 1500.00.
You can't use a lighter....maybe put a stick in it and hold it over a fire.[:D] But be careful because when you take it off the fire it may crack! Let me know and maybe I can list some of our slumped bottles for 50.00.[:D]
You just never know about that auction site.
Wow! Now I am truly overwhelmed! Thanks to all of you. I don't really care for that auction site but I may give it a try. I'm not thrilled with their fees.
I am still looking through the barrels and I believe I have more Pabst. I won't be melting anything from these barrels for a bit. I...
I forgot the last bottle in the first line-up.
It is a Miller bottle. It has bubbles in it and the seam appears to fade away before the top. The bottom has W F & S, the number 22 and MIL. Maybe a pontil, but I'm not sure.
And for the next line-up....left to right
10 oz Coca-Cola
12 oz (I think) Red Rock Cola - South Bend, IN
7 oz Champay Non-Alcoholic - St. Louis, MO
7 oz Lack's - Muskegon, MI
7 oz Drewrys Alka-Pep - Detroit, MI
7 oz Bubble Up - Bottled by Coca-Cola
8 oz Clicquot Club - Millis, Mass
Here is my first line-up.
From left to right....
7 oz. Johnnie Ryan - Newark, NJ
7 oz. Copper Beer - Mishawaka, IN
What is, I believe, is a vintage beer bottle
1 Pint Like a Product of 7-Up
10 oz. Mason's Root Beer - Chicago, IL
16 oz Hill Billy Beverage - Richland Center, WI