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Posted 13 days ago

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jacorbin
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Hello,

I have looked all over the internet for this type of Coca Cola Bottle and can not find any picture or reference about it. including the COCA COLA Collectibles site, not one Picture of it... Can anybody tell me about this bottle. It is not old maybe 70's or 80's by the add for the classic reproductions trays.
it's 11-1/2" tall with a metal/alum screw top. 3-1/4"+- in Dia. at bottom with a cone shape at top to opening. The label is more like Foil then paper. There is No deposit , No return & Not to be refilled raised letters at the start of the cone shape and XX on the bottom, other then that there are no other makings on the bottle.

IT HAS - 28 FL. Oz ( 1 Pt. 12 Fl.Oz) on the labeled. ????????? 1pt is 16oz?

Can anybody help me. Thank You,

Mystery Solved

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  1. bottle-bud bottle-bud, 13 days ago
    In April of 1973, Coca Cola had a promotion for "good ole trays". All you needed to do was send in 1$ and a proof of purchase receipt for your choice of one of three trays. Your bottle would date to 1973. Being a no deposit / no return bottle these bottles most likely ended up in the trash. Yours being a survivor.
    Yes one pint does equal 16 0z.
  2. jacorbin, 9 days ago
    Bottle-bud, Thank you for your help, always good to learn new things. now I konw.
    Andy

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