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    Posted 9 years ago

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    I wasn't expecting a straight sided coca cola bottle at Mason's antique district, but there it was. It's in rather nice shape, and I picked it up pretty cheap. There's a couple of bruises on the base and mid-section of the bottle, and fleabites from case wear on the bottom raised letters, but no major chips or damages. It's from Birmingham, Alabama, and I think it's from around 1915-1917. Sorry Dave, beat you to this one.

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    1. Daddy_Nobucks Daddy_Nobucks, 9 years ago
      I been meaning to get up there! That's a nice bottle. I don't recall seeing many with the logo in full script like that on the bottom. You're right, I woulda been all over that one. Great find cckid!
    2. coke.trevor.cola coke.trevor.cola, 9 years ago
      cool bottle Peter i just posted a couple straight sided bottles last night, was wondering if you knew anything about them one is from your state.
    3. oldcokes, 9 years ago
      This is a Graham Glass Co. bottle, probably 1913, (since no contents). I'm not sure which plant, but likely Loogootee or Evansville, Indiana. It is a great variety for Birmingham. (I hope I can find one!)

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