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Sales list from fellow collector

*This is my most up-to-date list. Buy 5 or more bottles and I will make a price reduction.*

The bottles are divided into categories, so please read through the entire list. I have duplicates of some of them if you need more than one copy. If you have any questions, please email me. Any specific questions will be answered when I return home from work at night.

Also, I have other returnable soda bottles (Orange Crush, Squeeze, Sprite, etc.), beer bottles, medicine bottles and household bottles that are not listed here. Most date between 1900 and 1950. Just ask, and I'll pass along the information when I return home from work at night.

- - -RETURNABLE COKE BOTTLES- - -

$5.00 each, unless otherwise noted:

Unless otherwise noted, all bottles are greenish, 6 -ounce, returnable, classic-style bottles measuring 7 3/4" tall. All have some degree of casewear, but no chips, cracks, chips, dings, etc. Each has a city name listed on the bottom of the bottle. Each has "Coke / Trade- mark (R) / 6 FL OZ" painted in white on one side, with "Coca-Cola (in script) / Trade-mark (R) / 6 FL OZ" painted in white on the reverse side. "return for refund" is painted on the neck on one side, and "money back bottle" is painted on the neck on the other side. Year and plant identification numbers embossed on lower 1/3 of side of bottle.

1. PIERRE, SD - 1976 - year lightly embossed

2. MOBILE, ALA - 1979

3. COLUMBIA, TENN - 1977 - fuzzy city name; roughness to the touch along inside of lip due to plant bottle cleaning machinery

4. COLUMBIA, TENN - 1985 counter-stamped to read 1986

5. COLUMBIA, TENN - 1986

6. WASHINGTON, GA - 1986

7. MARIANNA, FLA - 1975 - roughness to the touch along inside of lip due to plant bottle cleaning machinery

8. MARIANNA, FLA - 1983 - roughness to the touch along inside of lip due to plant bottle cleaning machinery

9. BRYAN, TEXAS - 1987 - roughness to the touch along inside of lip due to plant bottle cleaning machinery

10. ROME, GA - 1980

11. SPARTANBURG, SC - 1979

12. SPARTANBURG, SC - 1984

13. NEW ORLEANS, LA - 1974 - small 3/8" base chip; roughness to the touch along inside of lip due to plant bottle cleaning machinery

14. YAZOO CITY, MISS - 1979

15. NASHVILLE, TN - 1984

16. VALLEJO, CALIF - 1981 (SIDENOTE: town where George Lucas lives)

17. THIBODAUX, LA - 1965 - "TRADE-MARK" in capital letters; heavier than normal casewear

18. PLAIN BOTTOM - 1993 (XX) - MINT/MINT condition

19. PLAIN BOTTOM - 1984 (XX) - MINT/MINT condition

20. PLAIN BOTTOM - no year - embossed only 8 (XX)18 on side; very light casewear

21. PLAIN BOTTOM - no year - embossed only 7 (XX)8 on side; MINT/MINT condition

22. PLAIN BOTTOM - no year - embossed only 7 (XX)18 on side; MINT/MINT condition

23. GERMAN PLAIN BOTTOM - no year - embossed only 0 7 (XX); painted in white on one side, "Coca-Cola (in script)/ Trade-mark (R) / 6.5 FL OZ"; opposite side painted in white "Coca- Cola (in script) / Coke / SCHUTZMARKEN / GERMANY". -- $7.00

- - -NON-RETURNABLE BOTTLES- - -

1. 1977 COKE/COCA-COLA. 16 oz. Clear, screw cap closure, 9" high. Classic design. MINT/MINT. $7

2. 1980 COKE/COCA-COLA. 16 oz. Clear, screw cap closure, 8 5/16" tall. Stubby bottle. Has original cap from McLEAN, VA. MINT/INTERNAL HAZE. $7

3. 1976 COKE/COCA-COLA. Same as #3, except NO DEPOSIT and NO REFILL on opposite sides from #10. MINT/MINT. $7

4. 1978 COKE/COCA-COLA. Same as #3, except writing on bottom embossed horizontally in crude lettering unlike the circular pattern on others listed. MINT/MINT. $7

5. 1981 COKE/COCA-COLA. 10 oz. Clear, screw top, 7 1/4" tall. Stubby bottle in classic design. The smallest Coke listed here. MINT/MINT. $7

6. 1967 COKE / COCA-COLA. 10 oz. Clear, screw cap closure, 7 5/8" tall. Several available. $10 each.

7. 1968 SPRITE (EMBOSSED IN SHIELD WITH ASTERIK OVER THE "I"), 10 oz., green, crown top, 7 13/16" tall (de minimis ground wear on exterior, slight interior cloudiness at opening). $7

8. 1972 SPRITE. 10 oz. Green, 7 3/4" tall, crown top. MINT/MINT. $7

9. 1979 SPRITE. 10 oz. See #10. $7

10. 1970 FRESCA, (4 different variations), green, 2 crown top, 2 screw cap, 7 11/16" tall. $7 each

11. 1970 TAB, 10 oz., clear, screw cap top, 7 13/16" tall. $7

12. 1970 TAB, 10 oz., clear, crown top, 7 13/16" tall. $7

- - -PEPSI PRODUCTS- - -

1. 1978 PEPSI / PEPSI-COLA. 16 oz. Clear, screw cap closure, barrel w/ cap design, 7 11/16". MINT/MINT.

2. Same as #1, except undated. Has original cap from ALLEGHENY PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY, LEE HALL, VA. MINT/MINT.

3. Same as #1, except "16 FL.OZ. (1 PT.)" embossed on shoulder and not along base. No cap. MINT/NEAR MINT (de minimis haze)

4. 1974 PEPSI/ PEPSI-COLA. 10 oz. Clear, screw cap closure, barrel w/ cap design, entire surface embossed in orange peel/hobnail pattern, 6 9/16" tall. MINT/MINT.

5. Same as #4, except undated and NO REFILL / DISPOSE OF PROPERLY are embossed on reverse sides from #4.

6. PEPSI / PEPSI-COLA. Undated. 16 oz. Clear, screw cap closure, swirl design. I call this a "shorty" or "stubby" bottle--not tall, not a barrel; somewhere inbetween. 7 9/16" tall.

- - -DR. PEPPER PRODUCTS- - -

1. Dr.. Pepper. 16 oz. Undated. Clear, barrel shape, screw top closure, 7 9/16" tall. MINT/light interior haze at top.

2. 1970 Dr. Pepper. 16 oz. Clear, slender, screw cap closure, label only bottle, 9 " tall. Has faded "Twisto Top" cap from ROANOKE, VA. This is the 10-2-4 label only bottle. I sold the embossed version of this bottle with ROANOKE, VA cap to a Dr. Pepper collector in Texas for $25.00.

3. 1979 Dr. Pepper. 16 oz. Clear, 9" tall, screw cap closure, identical embossing on both sides in classic Dr. Pepper shield. NO REFILL embossed on both side along shoulder. Faded cap. MINT/MINT

4. 1981 Dr. Pepper. Same as #16, except DISPOSE OF PROPERLY replaces NO REFILL on one side. No cap. MINT/MINT.

5. (7) Dr. Pepper 2-Liter bottle caps from ROANOKE, VA.

6. 1970 7-UP, 10 oz., "YOU LIKE IT-IT LIKES YOU", green, crown top, 7 13/16" tall (bubbles design in square).

7. 1971 7-UP, ("1" embossed over the "0" in the year), 10 oz., green, crown top, 7 13/16" tall (vertical "7 (dot) UP" design") (embossed "NO DEPOSIT * NO REFILL").

8. NO DATE, 7-UP, 10 oz., green, crown top, 7 13/16" tall (vertical "7 (dot) UP" design") (Embossed "NO DEPOSIT / NO RETURN".

9. 1969 7-UP BARREL, 10 oz., green, crown top, 6 1/2" tall ((vertical "7 (dot) UP" design").

10. 1970 7-UP BARREL, 10 oz., green, screw cap top, 6 1/2" tall (vertical "7 (dot) UP" design").

11. 1970 7-UP. 10 oz. Green, 7 3/4" tall, screw cap closure, MINT/NM.

- - -MISCELLANEOUS- - -

1. 1980 NEHI, 16 oz., barrel shape, clear, crown top, 7 11/16" tall.

2. 1979 CRASS. 10 oz. Clear, 7 13/16" tall, crown cap. "Crass" embossed in script in an embossed pennant on top half and in larger pennant on bottom half. "Delicious / Beverages" embossed in an embossed oval on bottom half. Front and back halves mirror one another. MINT/MINT.

3. 1970s/early 1980s TROPICANA 100% PURE FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT JUICE, 7 oz, clear w/ red ACL paint (paint is 95-98% complete), crown top, painted label, 6 9/16" tall.

4. 1965 DAD'S ROOT BEER, gallon size, clear, embossed barrel design around circumference, crown top, 11 1/2" tall.

5. (3) Unembossed, label only soda bottles excavated in the old WILLIAMSBURG, VA landfill. This landfill dates to c. 1918. Very thick glass bottles produced by OWENS GLASS CO. Embossed [O]36, 3[O]7 and 3[O]7, respectively. One has a 1 " heel bruise, and one has a " freeze ding on the heel. Light internal haze inside one. The best example is very clean and clear w/ a 5mm divit chip on the side. Interestingly, this botle has an embossed collar at the top of the neck. These bottles are listed not so much for their value, but for where they came from--trash carried from Duke of Gloucester Street in Colonial Williamsburg. I dated this dump from a plastic 1917-1918 pocket calendar I found mixed in with the bottles--the calendar and the Model-T Ford parts came from a garage that operated 1 mile from the dump back in 1918, nearly 10 years before John David Rockefeller began the restoration of Colonial Williamsburg.

6. Various shapes and sizes of "ROLLING ROCK" ND/NR beer bottles.

EMAIL seller with any questions or cost.