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Wouldn't this be a great way to display your flowers, or add to your collection. This is a great piece of American History. This is a clear crown top soda bottle. The pictures show various angles and details of the condition on the bottle. This bottle was dug up from the ground in an old dumping area. The bottle has some pitting and some dirt residue that I was unable to get cleaned off. I am not sure how much of the wear and tear was from being in the ground, or how much of it had happened before it had gone into the ground, as this was probably sent through the line a few times for refilling....while jostling and bumping against other bottles. It looks like a bit of an inner glass fracture at the very top lip, and it looks chipped, but it is actually quite smooth.

You can tell that this is an old soda bottle just by holding it. It's weight is much heavier than any soda bottle that I have seen produced today. (This is the reason for the price for shipping)

On the front, it reads
Lascelle Beverages
Henry Lascelle
Marinette, WIS

If you tip it over, you will see the what looks like the Owens Illinois bottle marking with a 9 on the left and a 5. on the right. I believe this bottle was produced in 1945 by this marking.

Below that, are Henry Lascelle's initials, and below that it looks like there are a series of numbers that I can barely read, almost like a G4415 and then next to that is a large I and X.


This bottle was dug up in an area where we had found other bottles dating back to the late 1920's to the early 1940's, so by the markings on the bottom and what I know about where this was dug up....my assumption is that this bottle is around that time period, most likely1945 like I previously said.

I do not know what sort of soda was housed in this bottle.

*Not responsible for items lost through the postal system. All items shipped in the US will come with a delivery tracking notice.

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Tina Gaulden

Lascelle Beverages (Henry) antique vintage soda bottle from Marinette Wisconsin - CLEARANCE

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Materials: glass, bottle
  • Feedback: 138 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from Wisconsin, United States
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