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  1. WesternPA-collector

    1937 C.C. Soda Bottle

    A few weeks ago I found this bottle. From the looks of it you can see it's been through a LOT. But these bottles were made of very thick heavy glass. Even with all the fleabites, it doesn't have any cracks or chips at all. Made by Owens-Illinois Plant 9 in Streator, IL in 1937. The city of...
  2. E

    1942 7up value

    Hi! This is my first post here, I'm Ellie! I was in Georgia over the past week and i happened to find a old 1942 7up bottle in a creek near Cleveland. I'm cleaning it up and stuff but the ACL seems to be all intact with just some minor scratches. The date code is all there and easily readable...
  3. WesternPA-collector

    Tiny bottles

    The other day I found these three bottles all in one area. They are now the smallest bottles I've ever found. I don't think they can get much smaller than this. Two of them have Owens-Illinois marks and the round one has a keystone logo. Whatever was in them must have been very potent. The one...
  4. WesternPA-collector

    1943 Charleroi, PA Coke Bottle Owens-Illinois

    A few days ago I found this 1943 Coca-Cola bottle at an unexplored bottle dump. It is the hobble-skirt design with PAT D-105529. One the side underneath the patent it has "43.<O>48". According to this PDF file: https://sha.org/bottle/pdffiles/OwensIll_BLockhart.pdf , from 1930 to 1951 Coca Cola...
  5. WesternPA-collector

    Poison Hobnail Bottle?

    On a recent excursion I found this clear hobnail bottle that is different from any other bottles in my collection. Most of the time I only find these bottles in pieces. It is about 6 5/8 inches tall and has the Owens-Illinois diamond and O entwined with an I in center. To the left of it is a 7...

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