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So I recently bought 16 bottles of of ebay. They were in the seperate groups of 5 or 6. I have some questions on their value though.
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Pilsener's Product from Cleveland, Ohio
(I don't think this one is worth that much monetarily although it looks pretty in the window.)
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Crown Bottling Works
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State bottling co from Homestead PA.
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Nehi from Washington PA.
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Purity bottling co from Cincinnati, Ohio
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Andrew and Wood from Haverhill, Massachusetts
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ABC Products made in Alliance, Ohio
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Quantity and Quality Errington Bottling Works
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Hoster Columbus, Ohio
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Mountain Air it's dated 1937
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Berghoff was a big seller. We dig the Bottles & Conetops in Michigan all the time. very common. The Buckeye is usually seen from Toledo so Cleveland seems kinda odd? LEON.
 

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The Buckeye is usually seen from Toledo so Cleveland seems kinda odd? LEON.
I found a website that gives the name changes for Buckeye Brewing Co but it never lists a "bottling co". The website says Toledo not Cleveland, so at first I began to think that they were 2 different companies but the deer is the same and they're too close together to be unrelated. So maybe during prohibition they took a break from beer and bottled soda? I'll keep looking into it.
 

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I've found more examples of Buckeye Bottling Co bottles on ebay/etsy. Both listings say soda instead of beer and I found acl bottles that are definitely soda. So I'm thinking that whether the Buckeye Brewing Co and Buckeye Bottling Co had the same "parent company" or not, they bottled seperate products and the Cleveland plant bottled soda and the Toledo plant bottled beer.
 

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