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    aqua Peanut shaped Pepsi bottle ?

    anyone know anything about this bottle ( peanut shaped double dot pepsi ) , I saw it in an antique mall in southern Ontario . I didn't buy it but wanted to know more about it

    is it really from the 1920's ? it didn't look that old to me , I would of said newer , the markings on the bottom did not look old , also no city name


    I'm assuming its American ? is it really worth $30 , what would one go for ?


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    Senior Member Bottle Master jblaylock's Avatar
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    These typically sell for 50 to $60 depending on the town. The rare towns can push close to 200.

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    Senior Member Bottle Master jblaylock's Avatar
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    Also all of these are either 1929 or 1930

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    Quote Originally Posted by jblaylock View Post
    These typically sell for 50 to $60 depending on the town. The rare towns can push close to 200.

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    this one has no city name on the bottom , the markings didn't even look old

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    Senior Member Bottle Master jblaylock's Avatar
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    No city can run 30-50. Those bottles were only produced in 1929 and 1930. Bottles with cities are more desirable. Had I been in your shoes I would have bought it in a second.

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    Yes I agree with Jay. I would have bought it also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jblaylock View Post
    No city can run 30-50. Those bottles were only produced in 1929 and 1930. Bottles with cities are more desirable. Had I been in your shoes I would have bought it in a second.

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    I do have many pepsi bottles , mostly that I've found over the years but I wasn't familiar with this one perhaps cause it wasn't used north of the border

    just have so many bottles already I can't buy everything I see on my travels



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