Deposit 32 oz. screw cap deposit bottles and a couple of others...

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Hi. I am not much of a bottle collector, especially ACL.
I dug through this forum but there is so much great information I seem to always get side tracked and forget what I was looking for. I ran across some glass, deposit, screw cap, 32 oz. ACL bottles, I assume these must be late 60's early 70's?. Bubble Up, Dr. Pepper and Hires.
There is also one 32 oz. Pepsi which is not deposit.
Also a Do Not Refill 12 oz. Dr. Pepper crown top.
I know I am getting long winded, one more question, when did Dr. Pepper 16 oz. last use 10-2 -4 on their bottles. There is one 16 oz. Dr. Pepper that instead of the Dr. Pepper in a red oval at the top has a oval with 16 oz. written in it and has the 10-2-4.

Anyone collect these or should I just take them to the flea market? Thanks
 

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Hi. I am not much of a bottle collector, especially ACL.
I dug through this forum but there is so much great information I seem to always get side tracked and forget what I was looking for. I ran across some glass, deposit, screw cap, 32 oz. ACL bottles, I assume these must be late 60's early 70's?. Bubble Up, Dr. Pepper and Hires.
There is also one 32 oz. Pepsi which is not deposit.
Also a Do Not Refill 12 oz. Dr. Pepper crown top.
I know I am getting long winded, one more question, when did Dr. Pepper 16 oz. last use 10-2 -4 on their bottles. There is one 16 oz. Dr. Pepper that instead of the Dr. Pepper in a red oval at the top has a oval with 16 oz. written in it and has the 10-2-4.

Anyone collect these or should I just take them to the flea market? Thanks
If you can post pictures of the bottles that would be great, thanks.
ROBBYBOBBY64.
 

deracrow

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Here are photos. The Dr. Pepper 16oz and ONE PINT on the neck both have the 10-2-4 emblem on the other side of the neck.
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I found this evolution of the dr. pepper logo, can't be 100% sure it's accurate but if it is, this might help date them. It seems like the one with the 10, 2, 4 is from the 1950s, the one in the oval is from the 1970s and the smaller one with the rectangular logo is 1980s, cool finds!
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