Sure, curating a wall of old keepsakes is a fun past time. But perhaps the most exhilarating part of collecting happens when you realize that the dusty old toy, shoe or even bottle you've been keeping around for decades is worth a lot more than you originally paid for it. Like vintage Pyrex or Tupperware pieces, some old Coca-Cola bottles may be worth their weight in gold — and then some. According to the auction house , this particular model is believed to be a part of the original, unseen sample designs tested by Coca-Cola in the early s.
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Bottles from larger cities are usually easiest to find, and, in general, the smaller the city, the scarcer the bottles. A common misconception is that the city name indicates where the bottle was actually made. Some of the larger glass manufacturers made Coke bottles and other soda bottles such as Pepsi, etc for hundreds of different cities around the United States. The list below is certainly not complete, and I hope to eventually add more information as time allows. IPG inside triangle-on heel of amber Clorox bottle. Click here to go to the main Glass Bottle Marks page.
Coca Cola bottle, 1944 dated
Any self-proclaimed Coca-Cola freaks with a bulging wallet, listen up. You have an opportunity to bid on a piece of Coca-Cola history that may never come up on the auction block again. What makes this glass bottle so appealing to collectors?
Never seen the Quench or Canadian Soda Water before. That Quench is an unusual one, with the deco bottle and the little ACL on the neck. Do you know when it was made? Picture is below. Hi Hannah, welcome to the forum!