What is the date on the side of a Coke bottle?
Coca-Cola brand bottles are stamped (typically on the cap) with a sell-by date in MMDDYY format, and stamped (typically on the neck) with a sell-by date in MMMDDYY format. There may be additional codes included with the stamp on the neck that have nothing to do with dating.
How do you date a vintage Coke bottle?
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Why is my Coke bottle green?
The green color Today, the Coca-Cola bottle green color is nearly as synonymous with the drink as the bottle shape itself. This color was a natural result of the copper and minerals found in the sand that Root used to make his bottles (including the Coca-Cola bottle that his company patented).
Are green Coke bottles valuable?
Clear and light green straight-sided bottles were used in most of the United States and in the South and Midwest amber-colored bottles were more common. The latter is also the most valuable of the colored bottles. The straight-sided Coke bottles range in value from $25 to $400.
What are the most collectable items today?
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