Most are debossed, meaning, the name is molded below the surface of the glass. There are embossed versions, where the name is on top of the glass surface, but I’ve never seen one up close. As for empty or full, I always empty them and save the cap, especially if they’re skunky inside. I wouldn’t...
I kind of think that this is a newer bottle. 1950+. Just because it’s stippled on the body. I don’t think they worked them that way early on. I’d like to see if if the bottom is also stippled or smooth. If so, that would help verify it’s not a pre-ACL bottle.
Cooling refreshing satisfying is the tag line for Lime Cola.
Your bottle looks like a 1940s bottle. On LGW bottles, the date is one number before and one after the LGW mark. I can see a "4" on yours. If the second digit is a five, = 1945
I have one quart slugplate Feigenson with a bail top I've often wondered about. I has the age, and there are no scrape or twist marks in the patina on the wires. It could have been/probably was added by a consumer afterward who wanted to use the bottle over and over.
But looking closer, I...
Those are beautiful, Leon. I wonder sometimes if the Faygo people would have any interest in their old bottles, for display or photographing? Or if they have a museum themselves.
They started out as bakers, and made their first flavors out of their cake icing recipes. I’m sure you knew that, Leon
I recently came across a bottle carrier with a modern logo, the red diamond shape with the RC crown that has three diamonds across the top. I tried to pin down when this logo was used and there isn't a lot of info on it out there. I did find a picture of a "First Run" bottle dated 1960.