Xtra Rare Coca Cola Hutchinson (hutch) Bottle Brunswick Ga Mint Condition
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Xtra Rare Coca Cola Hutchinson (hutch) Bottle Brunswick Ga Mint Condition:
Description: EXTREMELY RARE COCA COLA HUTCHINSON TOP BOTTLE, BRUNSWICK, GA., Aqua/Green, Height 7 3/4", Circa early 1900's. CENTER SLUG PLATE with BRUNSWICK COCA COLA BOTTLING CO., BRUNSWICK, GA. in block letters and REGISTERED in block letters near the bottom or base of the bottle. S3 is double stamped on the bottom.
Condition: MINT to NEAR MINT attic condition with a few very light scratches and some inside staining. It also has several nice bubbles and a lopsided thick base that adds character and crudeness to the bottle.The embossing is clean with no wear on the letters. However, there are a couple letters that are missing glass but it appears that this was done during the manufacturing process and is not considered damage. Please look at the photos to see the EXCEPTIONAL condition of the bottle. It is the tallest of all the Coca Cola hutches and could be the center piece of your collection. It displays beautifully and would be a nice addition/upgrade to any Coca Cola Bottle collection. Don't miss the opportunity to own a rare piece of Coca Cola history!Shipping: Shipping will be the responsibility of the buyer. Please wait for payment instructions after the sale ends, I will send an invoice which will include total charges to the sale winner. Payment: I accept PayPal or if you would like to meet for pick up; cash is also acceptable.Please ask questions prior to offerding, feel free to email. No returns accepted.
COLLECTORS BEWARE:FAKE AMETHYST/PURPLE Coca Cola Bottles Sold on
AKA Cobalt Irradiated Glass
FAKE PURPLE Coca-Cola BottlesBe careful when buying Straight Sided and Hobble-skirt Coca-Cola bottles with a Deep Purple (Cobalt Blue) AMETHYST color. Dark purple is not a natural color for these bottles and is caused by irradiating older bottles. The older Coke bottles had manganese that will turn the bottle dark purple when irradiated. There are some naturally occurring bottles with a light amethyst/purple or pink tint - leaving them out in prolonged sunlight will darken the tint (but they will NEVER become a Dark (Blue) Amethyst). Also, sellers use the private buyer routine so knowledgeable collectors and sellers can't warn you that the so called rare bottle you are offerding on is worthless.
PLEASE REMEMBER, MANY SELLERS WILL SAY THEIR BOTTLES ARE "GUARANTEED BUT FAKE PURPLE BOTTLES ARE ONLY GUARANTEED TO BE WORTHLESS!!!