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    Cammarano crystal springs sparling water bottle

    This is a seltzer/water bottle from my grandparents and I believe that its pretty old. Perhaps around 1935. During prohibition my grandfather made booze at home, I guess that a lot of people did and this was his. Its 12 inches tall. There are not any chips or cracks. The artwork is in excellent condition. About half way up there is a watermark on the inside of the bottle and also on the glass straw. The glass straw is also intact and attached to the metal part. The name CAMMARANO BROS. is stamped on the base of the metal part. Looking for any information related to it's age and value. I'm hoping that one of you bottle experts will have an idea of its value. I would like to sell the bottle once I know what its worth. Thank you for your help.

    [QUOTE]Made by Owens Illinois in their Columbus, Ohio plant in 1936, it appears [QUOTE] This quote is from 'nhpharm'

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    Last edited by upsidedowngirl; 07-02-2018 at 08:11 PM. Reason: Wanted to include this statement from nhpharm.

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