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.
Very cool! My good friend is from Pottsville. Are you from there? I'm new to bottle collecting, mostly beer bottles so far. How did Pa bottles end up in Texas?!
Hey everyone, I just want to show off some of the recent additions I've made to the collection in the last few months that I've never posted. These are just a few blob beers and sodas I've picked up...
that time frame would make sense , from what I've seen and read , there appeared to have been a tourism boom here in the years before world war 1 , there is lots of lots of postcards from that time...
its the round bottom variation , not sure how common it is , can't recall seeing that many for sale but its not a bottle I've been looking for either
i dug this recently and need help ID'ing it.
If it has a ground lip, as it appears. it dates before 1903. Other than that it seems to be a pretty generic 1858 worth $5 - $10. O see nothing unusual.
I like it!