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    Posted 7 years ago

    Bidhappy1
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    Hello, I dig here in ohio and have come across these 3 coca cola bottles.
    The left Clear hobbleskirt is marked Coca Cola LTD very heavy and seems to have some age.
    Middle is a much older coca cola bottle marked Coca Cola bottling works Toledo ohio.
    The brown amber bottle on the right has the label in script and block letters and is marked Baltimore MD on the bottom .

    Help me with rarity if possible .
    Thank you

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    1. Bidhappy1, 7 years ago
      Sorry the photo is upside down...
    2. walksoftly walksoftly, 7 years ago
      You can edit your post replace this photo with one in proper orientation.
    3. cocacolakid97 cocacolakid97, 7 years ago
      The Toledo straight side is probably the most valuable/rare in your group. It looks just like the stock, pre-1910 slug plates you see from almost every town that had a modest Coke bottling company. I have one of these from Buffalo. I'm not certain, but I think these "stock" bottles were produced by Root Glass in the early 1900's. Because of this, I think it predates the Double Diamond Toledo Ohio amber bottle, but that does mean it's more valuable. The Double Diamond coke can sell for well over $100 in fair condition, but I think this particular Toledo SS is worth less than $50, because it's such a bland design and isn't in a very desirable color, but still a fairly early bottle. Could be worth more than $50 if you find an Ohio/Toledo bottle collector.

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