White Star Bottling Company Detroit MI

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The top of the lip is chipped off, but this seems like a keeper. I can't find any info on it. I dug this up yesterday. Thanks! IMG_20180325_215352.jpgIMG_20180325_215352.jpgIMG_20180325_215352.jpg
 

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I'm a little familiar with it since I have 1 or 2 & have it in a Seltzer bottle. I think it's a little tough as I don't see to many to often but probably not worth more then $20 bucks. Hope that helps? LEON.

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I'm a little familiar with it since I have 1 or 2 & have it in a Seltzer bottle. I think it's a little tough as I don't see to many to often but probably not worth more then $20 bucks. Hope that helps? LEON.

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Thank you for the information! I really appreciate it. I don't plan on selling it. Any idea on age? The top looks tooled, but I can't tell if it is a crown or a blob top due to the very top of the lip being broken off.
 

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I'm going to guess it's ABM from 19 teens-1920's & a Crown top. LEON.
 

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My great uncle owned White Star in the late 1920s and early 1930s. His daughter, still alive in her 90s, swore to me that bottling Faygo got them through the depression.
 

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