Labyrinth of Bottles

Bottle collecting can be an interesting, exciting and sometimes confusing hobby. The best place to learn about bottles is an antique bottle show and local collectors clubs . Bottle shows are held across the U.S., you can find any type of bottle imaginable at most shows and speak with collectors who are a vast source of information. Most dealers/sellers at the shows are bottle collectors themselves and will be glad to answer any questions. 

  For more information, local libraries, historical societies, etc may be helpful too.  Also, check out my ‘Bottle Books to Read’ post section.

Labyrinth of Bottles at Springtime in Atlanta Convention 2012

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2 Responses to “Labyrinth of Bottles”

  1. tim washburn Says:

    i have a soda water /property of coca cola/6 1/2oz.it is a square bottle, marked on bottom”NORTH CHICAGO ILL……ALSO1923 on base w/pat # & nov 23 1923 is it rare?

    • cocacolabottleman Says:

      Tim
      The Star soda water is very common. Many Coca-Cola bottlers across the U.S. used this style bottle. It sounds like yours is from 1924. (from the 24 you found on the bottle). Worth around $10 to $20.
      Doug

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