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    Posted 6 years ago

    davekelejian
    (34 items)

    These are fairly odd bottles from the Coca Cola company. I've read that this is from the 1960s but have no real info on them. This one I have had for years. Gets dusted off once in awhile. Pretty different bottle. Any help with it's origin would be great.

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    Comments

    1. AnnaB AnnaB, 6 years ago
      You have some really cool bottles in you collection!
    2. davekelejian, 6 years ago
      Hello again AnnaB
      Thanks again
    3. Daddy_Nobucks Daddy_Nobucks, 6 years ago
      I believe these are referred to as "refrigerator bottles" and were used to keep water/juices cold in the old electric fridges. The bottlers didn't put Coca-Cola in them, rather complimentary giveaways to customers for home use.
    4. davekelejian, 6 years ago
      Thanks Mr Nobucks
      I figured there must have been some odd use for it.
    5. Gillian, 6 years ago
      Right on the money Daddy_Nobucks. Found exact copy a web site specializing in old bottles.
      Good ID

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