This is a recently dug crown top, found in Mobile Ala. It has BEECH-NUT embossed on one side of the shoulder and CANA JOHARIE, N.Y. on the opposite side. I found a BEECH-NUT Production plant in Canajoharie, NY. dating back to the TOC time frame. It's ABM with bad scratches around it and B.N.P.CO. A 16 on the base. The company did not mention any bottling of soda or any kind of drink. Can any NYer's help me find out what was in it. Thanks for any replie's or information. Marvin
Yeah.... I guess it's not that great without the label. Kinda like those swirl, shoulder embossed Pepsi's without the label. Just not much value. But it's a bottle from the 20's that I don't have, so I put it in the embossed soda/juice section[:D] Thanks for the replie's, Marvin
Thank you very much for the info Morbious. I'm guessing my bottle is a 1922 bottle since it has 22 on the heal.
I dug a SS Coke, light green, in the same area. It is embossed in script, on the front, smaller letter's on the back, and on the base. It's a Mobile Ala. coke. Thanks for the reply, Marvin