Posted 9 years ago
These are visual aids of some of the Vintage Coke 6 1/2 fl oz Bottles (I also have 10 fl oz. Bottles) with white lettering (Script on both sides & Script on only one side with the other containing Block lettering) from which My Bottle Collection was Built.
I also have Hobbleskirt Vintage D-Patent Coke 6 1/2 fl oz. Bottles with Clear Lettering, Most of which are from the Southwestern part of Georgia (Moultrie, Albany, Pelham, Thomasville, Tifton & Valdosta).
I do have a few Bottles (Hobbleskirts, white lettering and non-white lettering) from other locales, such as Pine Bluff, Ark - Enid, Ok - Quincy, Fl - Tallahassee, Fl and - Ft. Meyers, Fl and Peace Dale, RI).
Rounding out My collection are Vintage Pepsi Single Dot Bottles, Royal Crown Cola 10 fl oz bottles with and without the word Caramel Coloring on the Bottle, NEHI (red labeling) 10 fl oz., Frostie Old Fashion Root Beer 10 fl oz., Orangico 7 fl oz., Jo-Jo Choclate Drink 7 fl oz., Orange Crush 10 fl oz., A 20 oz King Pin Style Budeiser Bottle (Bowling Pin Bottle), Dr. Pepper (with the numbers 10, 2 & 4 outside the diamond shaped icon in both 6 1/2 & 10 fl ozs., Topp Cola 16 fl oz. and a Long Neck Green Canada Dry bottle that I'm still trying to date.