We have for your viewing and bidding pleasure 10 vintage collectible painted on label soda pop bottles.The first 3 are green glass.The first is a 16 FL. OZ. (1 PINT) 7 UP COMMEMORATIVE BOTTLE.It is SEPT. 13-19,1976 LAKE CRYSTAL,MINNESOTA FARM FEST AMERICA'S BICENTENNIAL SALUTE TO AGRICULTURE.It is in very good condition.The next 2 are 7 fl. oz..The first is a SQUIRT and has the little fellow with the SQUIRT logo on the back side with the statement NEVER AN AFTER-THIRST.The bottle has some mineral content on the inside.The next is a 7-UP with the young woman in a bathing suit with bubbles above her.On the back side it has the contents with the statement YOU LIKE IT IT LIKES YOU 7-UP BOTTLING COMPANY MITCHELL,S.DAK..The bottle has some fine line scratching.The fourth bottle is a lighter shade of green and is a 6 1/2 oz. bottle DR. PEPPER.It has the logo 10,2 and 4(this means DR. PEPPER whats you to drink a bottle at 10,2 and 4 o'clock to refresh yourself).The bottle shows some wear with mineral content inside.It needs washing inside.The next bottle also could use some washing inside and shows some wear.It is also light green and is ROYAL CROWN COLA with their label and an embossed logo.The next bottle is highly embossed and is a ORANGE CRUSH.It has 2 diamond shape logos.On the back logo with the name it has PAT'D JULY 26,1920.On the bottom in embossed words it has the name TRACY MINN..The bottle shows some wear and rubbing.The seventh bottle is a 7 fl. oz. SUNRISE BEVERAGES.On the front it has their logo with the rising sun and on back the statement BUY WITH CONFIDENCE DRINK WITH PLEASURE.The bottle shows a small amount of wear from rotation in the bottle case.The last 3 bottles are 10 fl. oz..The first of which is a HIRES ROOT BEER.It has their logos' front and rear.On the back it states THE QUALITY BEVERAGE WITH THE DISTINCTIVE TASTE.It is in good condition.The ninth bottle is a CANADA DRY and has their logo towards the top on the front and back.On the lower half of the bottle all the way around it has embossed square panels.The bottle shows some wear from rotation in the shipping case.The last bottle is a SUNKIST and has their label at the top on each side and at the lower part of the bottle on each side in large embossed letters is the name SUNKIST.It shows some wear from rotation in the soda pop case.None of the above described bottles described above have any breaks,cracks or chips.We are listing the vintage soda pop bottles at a no reserve selling price.So,thanks for looking and good luck bidding.At this time this is the last of our pop bottles and all that we have.
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