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    J.T. Sherrer

    Hi everyone, I found this bottle a while back and can't find any information or any prices. I know it was made by Pacific Coast Glass Works and it dates in the 1900's. Any more info would be helpful.Click image for larger version. 

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    Seeing a picture of the entire bottle, including the finish / top / collar and in an upright position might help. Also knowing the height.
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    Hi Jim, I don't know why it rotates the pictures but the top is a machine made crown top. Not sure how to rotate them either sorry, but the bottle is also 7 1/2" tall. I thik it dates around the 1910's. Click image for larger version. 

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    It looks like a turn of the century Jackson California soda bottle, at least that's who J.T.Sherrer was. I do not know the value, and I think Markota's soda book is all blob tops. That's all I can help with.......Andy

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    Ok, thanks Andy. I don't know why but I haven't found much on it either. I paid $20 for it just because it looked like a good bottle.

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    I think you did ok, its probably worth that or more, especially if one was a collector of Jackson bottles or Crown Top Western sodas. Must be pretty rare cause I have only seen The Sherrers in blobs...Andy



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