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The original label reads, "Millbrook Club, Plae Dry Giner Ale" First National Stores, Sumerville, Ma. There is a picture of a ajocky riding a horse on the label. I couldn't find very much history about this bottle. I think Millbrook Club was around in the 1940s.

The Seven Up bottle reads; "You like it, it likes you". Both are a beauitful kelly green and have that aged look and feel to the bottles.

Great vintage condtion. Bottle cap on the ginger ale is still attached (see pic# 4) though slightly dented. Graphics on the label are still readable and fun! These came from an estate of an elderly woman here in NH who collected bottles and mason jars. No nicks, chips or cracks, the giner ale paper label has a rip in it.

Ginger Ale is 12.25" tall, diameter 3.25 at base
7-Up is 13" tall

Vintage Soda Bottles, Ginger Ale and 7 Up, Original Labels, Vintage Soft Drink Bottle

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Materials: glass, paper
  • Only ships within United States.
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