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I'm brand new here I need help identifying an old Coke bottle

BottleDragon

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Sep 17, 2018
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British Columbia
Sorry, I meant month code. The combination of vertical and horizontal lines was used as a month code until 1969... according the the SHA site. But yeah, it really depends on the bottle, because the molds were often used until they wore out, and furthermore different sources seem to contradict each other on the timelines.

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atd001

Member
Nov 17, 2018
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On the regular Coke side it says:
NI DEPOT
NI RETOUR
10 fl oz
Coke
TRADE MARK REG.

the other side says:
NO DEPOSIT
NO RETURN
10 FL OZ
Coca Cola
TRADE MARK REG.
The seam runs all the way through the screw top.

The logos and pixilated dots on the bottle are embossed.

The bottom:
COCA COLA LTD
F
U (not exactly a U but that is the closest symbol I can describe it with on the left side)
a diamond with a dot in the middle in the centre
a 9 to the right side
A 6 on the bottom


thanks again :)
 

CanadianBottles

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May 24, 2014
2,625
83
Ah okay, yeah I never paid much attention to those month codes. Looks like the evidence does point to it being from 1969. I wonder if any other brands used screw top NDNRs that early. I don't think I've ever seen one.
 

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