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    WW2 relicts in my back yard / coke & bullets

    I am sure the bottle was shipped over by AAFES Army, Air Force Exchane Service that run stores on the American Bases world wide. I have enjoyed many a Coca Cola in Germany. I was able to find Yuengling (Pennsylvania made and distributed mostly on the east coast) beer in an AAFES store in England...
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    Looking for bottles from Monroe County PA. Any type of bottles wanted

    If you had posted this 2 days ago I might have been able to help. I ran across a Stroudsburg Bottling Works crown top yesterday. I was in 6 different antique stores. I don't remember which one it was in. Brent
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    Insulator and bottles at yard sale

    If you are interested in selling the Colorado Springs bottle, let me know what you would like for it. I used to live there. Brent
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    EARLIEST "CROWN TOP" SODA BOTTLES 1892 - 1900

    Here is a crown top from the 1700's on ebay...
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    Archbald, Jermyn and Mayfield, Pa Bottles

    There were a few bottlers in the towns, Rupp, McDermott, Kane, Muldoon, Merritt. I have a few but am still looking for others.
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    Archbald, Jermyn and Mayfield, Pa Bottles

    I am looking for bottles from Archbald, Jermyn and Mayfield, Pennsylvania. I prefer beers and sodas but let me know what you have available. Thanks, Brent
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    EARLIEST "CROWN TOP" SODA BOTTLES 1892 - 1900

    There are no additional markings on the bottle.
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    EARLIEST "CROWN TOP" SODA BOTTLES 1892 - 1900

    Here are a few more pictures. Let me know if you need something more specific or zoomed in.
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    EARLIEST "CROWN TOP" SODA BOTTLES 1892 - 1900

    That is crazy. I think it looks like the enlarged detail above. Thank you for doing the research on this bottle. Brent
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    EARLIEST "CROWN TOP" SODA BOTTLES 1892 - 1900

    You are absolutely amazing finding out info on these bottles. Thank you. There is quite a bit of slop where the top was applied. Hopefully this pic gives a better angle.
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    EARLIEST "CROWN TOP" SODA BOTTLES 1892 - 1900

    I lucked out with this one. It was in a box of bottles I bought a few weeks ago for $5. Brent
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    EARLIEST "CROWN TOP" SODA BOTTLES 1892 - 1900

    I don't know if this will help with the crown top torpedo bottles. Here are some pics of one I have with a label. Brent C
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    Need Help with Year

    That is what I thought too. Thank you.
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    Need Help with Year

    How do you tell the year of manufacturing on a milk bottle? I have one that has a 43 on the bottom and an 18 on the heel of the bottle. It is a pint from the Waymart Dairy in PA. Thank you.
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    Looking for info on Pre-1873 Singer oil bottles

    Here is a Singer bottle. It doesn't have NY or NJ on it. It is the bottle on the right.
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    EARLIEST "CROWN TOP" SODA BOTTLES 1892 - 1900

    Thank you for the information. This gives me a great starting point for further research. Brent
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    EARLIEST "CROWN TOP" SODA BOTTLES 1892 - 1900

    It is the only one I have ever seen like that too. It is a bonus that it if from the area where I grew up.
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    EARLIEST "CROWN TOP" SODA BOTTLES 1892 - 1900

    Here are two early ones that I have. The first one has "The non corkable patent bottle" embossed with the name of the company. It has 4 pieces of glass that are inside the lip of the bottle. The second one has a seam that sticks out about 1/16" and then disappears.

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