Demand will dictate the value as the condition looks very good. It has been my experience that these are a hard sell and will be of greatest interest to the Alabama collectors. Value is irrelative if you are keeping the bottle, which is what I think you should do.
ROBBYBOBBY64 is right on , Porters 5th edition lists as Rare , and going by his pricing formula in the guide would put the value at $ 200 or so . UncleBruce is correct in saying that the bottle would be a hard sell , probably only someone in Alabama needing that bottle or someone collecting 1923 patent cokes listed as Rare would pay full value .
.. Thank y'all so much. Im a amateur at this. I really appreciate they information y'all gave me I would have never guessed my bottle was that rare!!! I will see if anyone around here want to pay full price if not I will put it in my collection. Thanks again
I believe it’s rare enough and nice enough to probably get 200 from an Alabama collector needing it , very nice bottle. And by the way , the C in a circle is the makers mark for Chattanooga Glass Co and the date code looks like it’s from 1935.