No it's not rare I've got quite a few of these in my area I live in Kentucky 1920s my opinions best looking orange Crush ever madeHey guys so I bought this bottle and found it to be interesting that it is 6 1/2 oz. I can't find another anywhere online that is 6 1/2 oz.... am I looking in the wrong place or is this possibly a rare bottle? Has a date code of 29 for 1929.
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Contrary to the written of Nick Neff again they're not that rare where I live I know of 10 I've dug myself that many that means it's not a rare bottle in Louisville Kentucky and rare to me is one or two known that's rare 10 means there's, common as dayContrary to that written by Nickneff, in my experience of collecting and writing the only book on Orange Crush bottles, the O.C. family of clear, 'krinkly' bottles, at 61/2oz., is extremely rare... as well as unusual -it also has two clear glass panels on each side of the bottle situated between the front and back embossing. The front embossing does NOT include "Artificially Colored" .... the opposite side is standard.... this is all written in my book p.45-48.