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    Question Soda bottle w/sprayer

    Can anyone tell me anything about this bottle
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    1930's-1940's seltzer bottle. ACL ones usually have pretty minimal value-$10-20. The earlier etched ones sometimes do have more significant value.

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    Value can depend on the bottler and brand... I've been at auction and watch these on eBay some can be in the hundreds.. Coca-Cola is a good example. and nhpharm is right etched bottles
    can bring quite a bit too.
    You'll have to do some digging on that company to see what all they did and bottled. That was probably a seltzer for mixing drink with carbonate. Maybe used in a fountain or bar. Style
    of lettering I would guess 30s-40s.

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    Local seltzers can bring some $$ also due to the local history aspect.
    "Digging Up the Past --- One Bottle at a Time, Since 1969"

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    Thank you...had no info about it besides what Google pulled up. Found it in a basement of a house I moved into yrs ago. Any info about finding it a good home plz let me know. Just dont want to see it get thrown away or worse...broke !!! Thanks again.


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