Embossed The Standard Bottling Co. Denver, Colo. This was made by the same glass company that made all of the insulators, W.F.G. Co. I think, that have all of the weird colors to them. I did not change the pictures. What a color.
Close up and in sunlight.
neat bottle , we have lots of aqua soda water bottles like that here , perhaps the colour of this bottle is slightly bluer than others which are more aqua
Yeah this is definitely bluer than the typical sodas we typically get up here. That's a nice colour!
I've seen that referred to as steel blue in the insulators you mentioned. Killer color. What a great looking bottle!
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It is an odd colour for one of those beer bottles, might have been an imported beer.
I'm not seeing any pictures.
Oops I didn't mean to post this thread on the before 1900, my bad. Thanks for the information guys.
Keep your eyes peeled for one of these Atlanta, Georgia 1915 Coca Cola bottles that sold last April for $108,000.00
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Looks like it was a soda. My guess would be 1940=s/1950's.
Looks like there are some older Piff bottles on eBay...