My daughter found this bottle in a stream bank in Wisconsin. I do not actually know it is mtn. Dew. Just guessing. It's printed the same on both sides and has the number 22 molded in the bottom.
Anyone know now what it is ???
Last edited by Wejamon; 07-29-2017 at 09:29 PM.
It is a Mountain Dew bottle. 70's probably.
Can I sell it or recycle it.
That one unfortunately is probably for the recycle bin. It is very faded.
Thank you friend.
Porters book calls that Coke R+ for Rare plus. SO, I assume that means it's a good one. His book doesn't exactly say how to pinpoint ROOT dates on Cokes. LEON.
Better late than never, here's what the bottom of mine looks like. Quebec also according to the label
Picked this up today for $3 and have some questions. What is the rarity on this piece in Porter's book? I can't find a Hastings Nebraska bottle anywhere online...
Also, one side seems to be worn...
Bought my first straight side Coca-Cola and it is from Canada. Is there any way to approximately date this piece? I read somewhere the best assumption is 1908-1915? It is a nice sapphire blue color,...
I would have expected a bit more wear on those bottom bumps if it saw much use as a tumbler, but who knows. My first thought was a lens or some type of reflector
Nice finds! That Eves is a beauty, I don't often see Canadian glass that old up this way. It's strange how rarely Warner's show up in Canada, people in the States refer to them as common bottles...
Here are a pair of glass eyes I found with a German Doll Head like yours . They a very life like.