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  1. A

    Electric bottling co Nowata, OK

    I may have gotten. My little brother in law hooked on bottle digging. And he may have dug up a really cool soda bottle that says Electric bottling co. Nowata, OK. We didn't know there was a bottling company here. Ive never seen a Nowata soda bottle. I haven't found anything on Electric...
  2. Zack Hartsog

    I inherited a horde, now what?

    My grand parents both recently past and I moved into their home. Bless them both but they kept everything. Including anything glass. I now have hundreds of mostly unidentified bottles. Everything from odd medicines and soda to a "poison bottle". Forgive me and my ignorance while i post these...
  3. B

    What year are these...

    Hey!! I recently started collecting bottles. I found quite a few of these Coca Cola bottles. But I have no clue how old they are..
  4. WesternPA-collector

    Rare 1975 64 ounce Coca Cola Bottle

    I just got this today at a great price. It was made by Anchor Hocking in South Connellsville, PA for only a short amount of time because of high cost of production and the weight of the bottle. It is almost three pounds and is 13 inches tall. I wish I could find the cap that goes with it.
  5. 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...
  6. WesternPA-collector

    Glass maker for Sprite embossed NDNR bottles?

    Today I found my first Sprite bottle worthy of keeping. A 1977 embossed 10 ounce, no deposit, no refill in perfect condition. Problem is, I can't find any logo or glass maker on the bottle. On the bottom it has 77, 226, L, 1191. So who made this bottle? Thanks for any help.
  7. WesternPA-collector

    Howdy and Nehi embossed art-deco bottles

    Today was a bright sunny day so I went out and did some bottle hunting again. Nothing too intense except the embankment was about a 45 degree hillside. It was an area I hadn't searched before because it gets too thick with foliage later in the year. I was going for quality rather than quantity...

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