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I have this extremely rare Lawson's no deposit no return NDNR green glass soda bottle. This was available only in parts of Ohio for a very short time. Lawson's is more well known as a dairy and the milk bottles are common but this soda bottle, which also comes in clear glass, is very difficult to find. This one is near perfect except for a small bruise/crack on the base.

I have one that I dug years ago in my collection so I would like to trade this one for a rare embossed crown top NDNR soda bottle.

Post here or send me a message with what you have to trade if you are interested.



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Nah, it is definitely and "O".



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ORIGINAL: druggistnut

I noticed it is embossed LawsEns, not LawsOn's.
Bill

It is the textured design that is on the bottle that is making it look like that in the photo. A spelling error would be neat but I have not seen any on bottles from this time period (1960s-1970s). Has anyone seen a bottle from this time period with an embossing error?

I appreciate all the comments. Are there any NDNR collectors here looking to add this rare bottle to their collection?
 

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Last call for anyone who is interested in the Lawson's bottle. Where are the NDNR collectors? Any Ohio collectors need one?

I would prefer to make a trade but I am open to any fair offers.
 

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I have this extremely rare Lawson's no deposit no return NDNR green glass soda bottle. This was available only in parts of Ohio for a very short time. Lawson's is more well known as a dairy and the milk bottles are common but this soda bottle, which also comes in clear glass, is very difficult to find. This one is near perfect except for a small bruise/crack on the base.

I have one that I dug years ago in my collection so I would like to trade this one for a rare embossed crown top NDNR soda bottle.

Post here or send me a message with what you have to trade if you are interested.


I have the same bottle if you are still interested in a trade. Do you know the value? I have no cracks, paper label is in fair condition.
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Last call for anyone who is interested in the Lawson's bottle. Where are the NDNR collectors? Any Ohio collectors need one?

I would prefer to make a trade but I am open to any fair offers.
What is the value?
 

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What is the value?
When it comes to paper label bottles from obscure companies, it's really whatever someone is willing to pay for it. I don't know if this company in particular if highly desired by collectors, I think it's more that embossed NDNR bottles are collectible in general. Yours will probably be much rarer but not necessarily as in-demand. If you want to sell it, best thing is to put it up on Ebay and see what you get for it.
 

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