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    Pepsi - 1 Quart, 1970's Unusual Shape Heavy Bottle

    Is this botlle uncommon? Does anyone have any info on it? No Deposit and No Refill on heel. Stipling and 72 among other numbers on the bottom.Thanks!Click image for larger version. 

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    Senior Member Bottle Master hemihampton's Avatar
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    The Cap makes it look Hawaiian possibly? Or is that typical of some south or north Carolina bottle caps? I know I've seen it before? LEON.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hemihampton View Post
    The Cap makes it look Hawaiian possibly? Or is that typical of some south or north Carolina bottle caps? I know I've seen it before? LEON.
    Looked closer at the cap and it looks like a palm tree. SC is the palmetto state so maybe it's related but don't know if that's common. Also on the outside threads of the screw cap it reads "10577 SC tax paid 4 cents" and there's a picture of another palm tree.

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    Senior Member Bottle Master jblaylock's Avatar
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    It would have looked like this at one point.

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    Collecting Kentucky Pepsi Cola & John G. Epping Bottles

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    that's the south carolina tax stamp. have seen it on a lot of older soda bottle caps.

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    Looks very similar in size and style to the plastic 1.25 Liter bottles now used by Pepsi and Mountain Dew.

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    Senior Member Bottle Master hemihampton's Avatar
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    48 oz. Is a oddball size? Leon.

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    Yes it is. I have one like that also.



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