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    Posted 10 years ago

    Caleb20
    (55 items)

    The Pepsi bottle was gave to me.

    The Gatorade bottle, i found with the label balled up inside.

    I have no clue what this one is. It has: "Collins Corp. Vidalia, GA" on the bottom.

    I think that is a perfume bottle i'm not for sure. It is small the height is about 2.5 inches.

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    1. Caleb20 Caleb20, 10 years ago
      thanks Sodapopkid2000.
    2. Rick, 10 years ago
      Collins corp. bottle? found several no clue. Possilble hot sauce?
    3. Hugh, 10 years ago
      The "Collins Corp Bottle - Vidalia, GA" bottle was an unsuccessful attempt to get into the powdered "Kool-Aid Type" drink market in the late 1960's and early 1970's in Vidalia, Georgia (The home of the Vidalia Onions). It filled with the makings of a drink similar to powdered Kool-Aid and had to be sweetened to your taste with sugar. It went out of business in the 1970's.
      It had nothing to do with perfume or other exotic potion.
      It does make an interesting item, though.

      I hope this might help you.
    4. Hugh, 10 years ago
      Addendum,
      The drink mix was produced by the Collins family in Vidalia, GA and no, it did not contain hot sauce either.
      That's the rest of the story.

      Happy hunting.

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