I've seen pictures of bottles like that before, apparently there are thousands of them lying in the jungles of Pacific islands where the American soldiers were stationed during the war. Funny thing is that the clear army-issue bottles are almost the same as the Canadian ones, which also were clear and didn't have cities. As far as I know they never made clear hobbleskirts for domestic US use though.I have a 1944 dug up from normandy and because of the need for copper during the war.(copper is used to make glass green) banned during the war. My bottle is clear. Has no city. Filled by mobile bottling trailers that could move with the war front. I will dig it out and send in a picture for you.
Robby if it wasn't for people "littering" years ago, us bottle collectors would all be out of business now , lol. I love finding old Cokes laying in the woods and on roadsides. They are starting to be found less anymore.I guess i don't need to post my picture now. Nice colection of clear cokes. I don't like litter but i sure am glad for the ones i find. Love hate relationship.