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I found this Dr. Pepper bottle at my grandparents house. Can anyone tell me the age? There is no clock on it and it has Fort Smith Ark on the base
 

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kind of a different design for a dr pepper bottle , likely from a smaller local bottler which is why its marked Fort Smith Ark .

don't think that design was widely used by dr pepper if used at all
 

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From the markings on the bottom of the bottle we know the bottle was made by the Owens Illinois Glass Co's (the diamond/oval/I symbol in the middle)plant in Streeter Illinois (the number 9) in 1935. (the number 5). This bottle was most likely used for a flavored soda that was bottled by the Dr. Pepper Bottling Co. of Fort Smith, Arkansas. It never contained the soda Dr. Pepper.
Nice art deco style bottle.
 

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kind of a different design for a dr pepper bottle , likely from a smaller local bottler which is why its marked Fort Smith Ark .

don't think that design was widely used by dr pepper if used at all
Thank you.
 

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From the markings on the bottom of the bottle we know the bottle was made by the Owens Illinois Glass Co's (the diamond/oval/I symbol in the middle)plant in Streeter Illinois (the number 9) in 1935. (the number 5). This bottle was most likely used for a flavored soda that was bottled by the Dr. Pepper Bottling Co. of Fort Smith, Arkansas. It never contained the soda Dr. Pepper.
Nice art deco style bottle.
Thank you. Glad I figured out some of the stuff you just said. It will make a nice flower vase
 

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This style soda flavor bottle was used by many Dr Pepper plants in texas. I have a few from different citys. The are in the DP book and value is 10 to 20 dollars. Look for 3R or 3Rivers or 3* on the bottom or heel these would be the 20 range. Nice bottle should display well thanks for posting it.
 

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