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Thanks so much and no offense taken was most curious about the hobble skirt as well. It says Valdosta Ga on bottom. No embossed Coca Cola though…. And it has circle c for Chattanooga glass company or ?
That's another one where the paint has all worn off. Or maybe it even had a plastic label, it looks like a newer one but not sure quite how new. Could be 1981 but I don't know for sure that's the date code.
 

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I think it was an interesting choice to use AI to find an answer, but it seems like this might not be its best application. CanadianBottles is correct. The bottle is newer and definitely does not date as far back as 1922. 1981 certainly seems like a reasonable date though.
I was trying to think outside of the google box using AI. Well…..darn. I was hoping this were true but I can’t argue very well with humans or AI apparently. Thanks so much for replying and taking the time to check again. Thank you
 

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I just didn’t know that Coca Cola still made bottles in Valdosta in 1981…I don’t know a lot about that company.
 

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Definately a newer Coke. far from 1922, which would actually made it a Nov 16. 1915 Patent Dated Bottle if it was 1922. LEON.
 

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