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    Posted 9 years ago

    David_P
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    Here's a few photos of some old Coca Cola syrup bottles, a set of five. I haven't cleaned them yet, and the goop you see is cola residue. These are thick glasses and surprisingly heavy. I was able to find a similar item here: http://www.cocacolacollectibles.org/bottles/old-soda-syrup-bottle-coca-cola.html

    However, these bottles seem to have a little haze on them, a little texture, though I'm not certain because of the residue. Enjoy!

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    1. coke.trevor.cola coke.trevor.cola, 9 years ago
      Did other soda companies use these same bottles? Or was Coca-Cola the only company to use these bottles? How are you able to tell their coke bottles? Just curious....
    2. David_P David_P, 9 years ago
      @coke.trevor.cola I know very little about this. Good question. A "C" is molded into the bottom of these particular bottles (certainly may mean something other than "coke" or "cola"), and they were found at a Coca Cola facility in this case. @TGBWC may know more.
    3. cocacolakid97 cocacolakid97, 9 years ago
      These were made in the 1920's for, like Ray said, to test the syrup in coca cola. The "C" in the circle from what I know definately means coca-cola. These were patented and made specificly for the use of the coca-cola company. It's a very unique Coca-Cola bottle, and Ray was right on the money at $25, maybe higher if you find the right sucker (buyer).
    4. coke.trevor.cola coke.trevor.cola, 9 years ago
      Hey Peter sorry just saw your comment now thanks for the info.
    5. Spriteboy Spriteboy, 9 years ago
      The "C" in the circle is the makers mark for Chattanooga Glass.
    6. Samhyatte, 8 months ago
      Hey I have 2 of these. Where should I sell them?

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