Pepsi Cola bottle

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Chelvis

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Hello again. What have I got here? It that a slug plate? How come there isn't an = between Pepsi and Cola? Significance of the trademark embossing, and 2322 on the bottom? Also, the lip. They look like they might be chips, but then again no. Please enlighten me. How old it it, and a value? I know, a lot of questions. Perhaps I'm looking in the wrong places, but there seems to be a lot more info online about Coke bottles, than on Pepsi bottles. Thanks.
 

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iggyworf

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According to the Ayers guide books, there is an aqua blue one like yours, estimate value at 250$. And an amber one estimated at 600$ but the amber one has Pepsi Cola in block letters just below the neck. You still have a good one. Very nice!! Circa 1908 - 1910!
 

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