- Jul 5, 2013
The 1950s bottles Im looking for are not the same as the brown ones I posted in my first post. I actually want them to be the curvy / clear type haha
Interesting to see all three bottles that I own. They are VERY rare. The top one in poor shape in 1939, the other two are 1938.Looking for some ACL soda bottles....
Dads Root Beer:
All red background version:
7oz "Junior" with "see-through" (no blue) background:
"Creepy" elf variant:
Any of the early black script variants:
If you have any of these available or know where to get them, please let me know!
Yes, the squirt bottles. I just joined again. My former name here was squirtbobAre you talking about the Squirt bottles? If so, are you saying you own the actual bottles pictured here? Did you get the 1939 one from member Squirtbob? That's his bottle picture taken from this thread:
Bob Great pics. Thanks for sharing them. If the first 1938 Squirt bottle had a paper label, it's probably going to be a tough one to find. In connection with this, I am trying to determine ... 1. Exactly where in Wisconsin Herb Bishop's cheese distribution operation was located? 2. If the...www.antique-bottles.net
Shadeone, i love the Frosties bottles. The first bottle I ever found was a 1950s Frosties bottle I found doing an Adopt a Highway project in highschool in the mid 90s. This peaked my interest in bottles and jars. Sadly it took another 25 years before I turned it into a hobby.Ann M, do any of the Frosties have elves that look like the one on the right here?:
Also, do you have and 10oz Crush bottles from the 1955 - 1959 range?