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    Vintage Spring Water Bottle Value Assistance

    Good Morning Members,

    I have some vintage Spring Water bottles that I could use your expertise on to put a value on. The blue tinted bottles are Great Bear Spring Water, and the one to the right is Pine Hill Mountain Spring Water. There is a larger, unmarked on in the back and a smaller lined one as well. Any help is greatly appreciated.





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    Senior Member Bottle Master sandchip's Avatar
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    I wish I could be of some help, but I don't know a whole lot about them. The tops make me think later in age though.

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    I think they're pretty recent as well. I don't know if these sorts of bottles are particularly collectible or not. I imagine the space they take up must mean that there aren't too many people who collect them. I've seen some people on here who have a few of the older ones in their collection, but these don't look that old - I'm thinking 70s or so as a rough guess.

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    Some of These used to get some good money but as with most collectables there are ups and downs. The unmarked ones might get 5-10 from someone who wants a big piggy bank, made in mexico ones I wouldn't give a dime for and recycle. The ones with embossing on them need better pics of the bottoms and wording.

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    Senior Member Bottle Master hemihampton's Avatar
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    Any city or state names on them. I collect the smaller 1/2 gallon 64 oz'ers from Michigan. LEON.

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    Good for making your own wine or beer.



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