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    Posted 11 years ago

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    I was very fortunate a few years ago to find the 12 oz cone top on the left. I have never seen any on ebay since I found this one there for a cheap price. This one is a little rusty but pretty rare.

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    1. Savoychina1 Savoychina1, 11 years ago
      Ahhhhh the memories! My father's favorite rootbeer. Just put 2 scoops of vanilla icecream in a glass and add Dad's!
    2. Amber , 11 years ago
      The Dad's bottle you in the background with the winking kid is what I have been trying to do research on. Do you have any information on it? All we know about our's in the date (1948). I have come across the 10oz. Junior size bottle but the kid on those bottles is not winking. Is this a special bottle? I'm new to doing research on bottles. Thanks for any information you might have.
    3. Don, 11 years ago
      Amber, The bottle you saw is one of three I have with the winking boy,and they are all from the Denver area. I don't know that they are rare. Maybe it was the design they came up with in Denver. Hope this helps.
    4. sodapopkid27023, 11 years ago'S%20<422> feed this into the top part and youl have abunch of varriations of the dads bottles with years listed many sizes etc. museum of beverage containers great site.
      he conetop cans are from 1951. they are worth about the same but you do seem to find more of the qt size ones than the 12 oz size i have seen a bunch bring around 100-150 super mint examples bring close to 300. the condition is pretty bad might be worth about 10-20$.. the 32 oz one might fetch about 65-85$

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