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    Quote Originally Posted by blobbottlebob View Post
    Hey Shunya,
    I've seen many bottles (not this one) that have an "S" date on them from A.B.Co. (American Bottle Co 1906-1929 Streator, IL.). For example "12-S" means a born on mold date of 1912. If I'm right, yours dates to 1925. Pretty consistent with what others have thought.
    OK, I thought the "S" was for Southern Glass Co. Thanks for the new information.

    Still wandering what brewery W.A.S. is?

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    I have the Answer!

    Quote Originally Posted by shunyadragon View Post
    Among all the bottles I found is a brown beer bottle with large WAS letter embossed on the bottom. I do not believe it is particularly old, but I was curious what WAS means.
    This is actually a ginger ale bottle! the W.A. Scott company's brand called "Wascott".

    http://tazewell-orange.com/wascott.html

    http://tazewell-orange.com/wascott.html

  3. #13
    Looks like a WasScott Ginger Ale out of Virginia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by banjozane View Post
    This is actually a ginger ale bottle! the W.A. Scott company's brand called "Wascott".

    http://tazewell-orange.com/wascott.html

    http://tazewell-orange.com/wascott.html
    Thank you! Problem solved!



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