Found this Wawa pint today. Seems to have the Wawa shield inside a slug plate. Any PA/NJ milk collectors know when Wawa used this style?
Bad joke warning . . .
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Okay. Not very funny.
I know nothing about this bottle or company. My guess is 1920s or 30s based on how it looks compared to what I find here. Wawa is a weird name.
If you would like more info go to history (before 1960)...
Here is the link- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wawa_(company)
This was probably a 1920s or early 30s bottle. I like the shield embossing
Last edited by PlaneDiggerCam; 04-22-2018 at 03:29 PM.
Thank you for taking the time to respond!
Yes, I have some bottles that are cleaned (tumbled) and some that have a ground patina (dug) that I would like to preserve. Thank you for the suggestions.
THAT'S one ketchup bottle I'd LOVE to dig for a change, lol.
That's what I'm thinking. It looks like they accentuated the crudeness to make it look old.
Repro for sure unfortunately.
From the size in the hand,I would go capers. The American caper bottles were in that green.
Someone on another forum posted this "Pittsburgh" flask they found and I wanted to see if anyone here knows what this is and whether it's old or a repro. Other side says "The American System". It has...
I only have one as well.
It could come down to individual bottling companies, as I have 8 oz and 10 oz versions all the way back to the double dot days.
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