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Posted 5 years ago


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This bottle says "SODA WATER" & PROPERTY OF COCA COLA" etc.. I can't read description on thumb-nail right now.
When I would be traveling in the States yrs. ago, I would hit flea-markets & for some reason would pick-up old coke bottles if they were $2 or less & have about a doz. now. The other 2 pics I just threw in & can only identify a "Hutch" right now but details r on the cards. According to info supplied by C.C. yrs ago, my collection would bring about $800 but with the depression, I would be lucky to get my orig. investment back it seems.
Back to the square sided C.C. soda bottle. Does anybody know anything about it? Did C.C. sell plain soda water or was it meant to mixed with C.C. syrup or rum?

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  1. blunderbuss2 blunderbuss2, 5 years ago
    Just when I thought I had an odd-ball worth maybe $1K! Aren't you old enough to know when to lie to an old guy?
  2. blunderbuss2 blunderbuss2, 5 years ago
    TGB, that's more like it! I'll let you have it for a mere $2K so that I don't have to go thru the hassles of marketing & possibly being crushed by the crazed hordes of buyers.
  3. blunderbuss2 blunderbuss2, 2 years ago
    Also gone.
  4. SpiritBear SpiritBear, 2 years ago
    Well, this is an antiquated post, and it looks like the user you're speaking to has deleted his account, so I cannot know if he ever answered it.

    But the paneled Coca-Cola bottle was one of God knows how many bottling plants owned by Coca-Cola. They commonly put out waters just like these. Sometimes they'd add more or less. I saw one with a bird once. I have one with stars.

    Your straight-side Coca-Cola was before 1920 (not the labeled one, as you know.)
    I'd say the same with the purpling one.

    As for your Hutch:

    I don't trust the 'rarities' on the above site, as I have some Hutches that are ''Rare'' and I've seen more than 10 of. But it is sometimes accurate (other times the bottle is not a Hutch at all. LOL.)
    1-9 examples = rare.
    10-99 examples, scarce.
    100+ examples, common.
  5. blunderbuss2 blunderbuss2, 2 years ago
    WOW, SB. That nice eagle is the seal of my home state !! And all these years, I thought a ragweed plant (or a mosquito) was on the seal ! LMAO !!! I saw absolutely no future in those Coke bottles being here in the islands. A friend who visits several times a year took them to McDonald's Land & sold them for me on Evil-bay a year+ ago.
  6. SpiritBear SpiritBear, 2 years ago
    My state seal has animals we hunted to near extinction up here-- the moose may be gone, actually. I'd have to look into it. I'm not even sure the eagle seen on it is native here; we either introduced them or reintroduced them; of course, a few years ago someone shot one down in my town, and someone gut-shot 15 of the deer in my area and left them for dead. I've seen only one buck since then, just an 8-point.

    Their future coulda been to reside with you.
    Southern Hutches seem to maintain and grow in value better than most of the Continental US's Hutches. Michigan, Wisconsin, Ohio-- fairly cheap, over all. Unless, that is, it's a coloured Hutch.
    Yesterday was bottle club. I'd never seen a blue or amber Hutch in person before that evening. Yet on the table behind me were like 4 Cobalt Blue hutches-- one so deep and intense that it was killer-- and 1 amber Hutch, all from Michigan. And these weren't your Geo Norris cobalts either. These were unheard of to me.

    I went to Mexico several years back. I didn't expect McDonalds or Wal-Mart. Yet there they were. :/
    And all they drove in Puerto Vallarta were Nisan cars and Toyota trucks. ame models for each. Then a million non-functional Voltswagon bugs, many buses and taxis driving, and yeah.
  7. blunderbuss2 blunderbuss2, 2 years ago
    SB, don't think moose (mooses or whatever) would do well here unless they eat coconut, paw-paw, flamboyant, mangoes, guava etc.. Have anything that kills the bloody mongoose ? We consider the iguana "West Indian turkey" ! LOL !
  8. SpiritBear SpiritBear, 2 years ago
    We have a Paw-Paw, Michigan.

    We killed off most predators too, so we can't help you with the mongoose, sorry. :P

    My mom wants to get an iguana.
  9. blunderbuss2 blunderbuss2, 2 years ago
    Iguanas make much better pets than parrots when young & better eating when they get older. LOL !
  10. SpiritBear SpiritBear, 2 years ago
    Birds and pigs never liked me.
    So I am sure to eat both. :)

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