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    Senior Member Bottle Master Screwtop's Avatar
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    Carter County Kentucky

    1915 West Virginia Coke + more

    I bought a 1915 coke from Huntington West Virginia today. It is a local bottle for me. I am not sure of its rarity, or pricing.

    I also found some 50's cokes. Yeah, y'all are rolling your eyes, I see you. (no, I actually can't) I found these on my VA metal detecting trip. I just like 50's cokes. They are still a good part of Americana.

    1959 Charlottesville VA (my birthplace)

    1953 Silver Springs MD

    The others are just some I threw in.

    1943 Washington PA

    Columbus OH straight side

    Lexington KY straight side

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    Last edited by Screwtop; 04-04-2019 at 05:29 AM.
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    Senior Member Bottle Master hemihampton's Avatar
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    Porters Coke book calls the 1915 Huntington S+ for Scarce Plus. So that's probably a tougher one. Congrats. LEON.

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    Connellsville, PA
    Nice bottles you acquired! I've seen Huntington's and Washington's in the woods broken before so I knew of their existence. Owens-Illinois also had a plant in Huntington, WV.


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