St. Patrick’s Day Sodas

mrosman

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Hi New2Bottles... love your green bottles, and every other one that fellow collectors are showing.... I would like to add two, that are in my book (along with many more), but are very light in color, and of particular fondness to me.... the first is a Ward's Orange Crush bottle in light green - very, very uncommon, hard to find and expensive. The second is 'cute' - can find them around but not all in green.... from Vermont - I love Orange Crush Bottling Company and ''Maple Sugar" etc....
 

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It is, and in absolutely mint condition, like it was never in service. From Ft. Scott, Kans.
MY favorite bottle is your BIG CHIEF bottle.In my collection my favorite is my bright green kickapoo juice bottle!
 

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For St. Patrick’s Day, I chose some of my best green ones, of course! (If you have a strong favorite, I’d like to know which it is.)View attachment 221395
Personally, I got into bottles out of my interest in in history and genuine handmade, BIM antiques; but, I have to say that is a beautiful assortment! It doesn't hurt that green is probably my favorite bottle glass color. As to picking one, I can't; but it would be one of the central trio if I could. - Thanks for posting!
 

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