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By 1917 Cokes started being produced in the familiar hobble-skirt shape which is still used today. The first hobbleskirts where patened Nov 16, 1915 and came in a variety of colors: clear, aqua, ice blue, and green.

PAT. D 105529" (called the "D-Patent Cokes") were produced from 1938 to 1951.
Coke bottles had the town of manufacture embossed on the bottom. This bottle is from the first year of that design patent, and the bottom is embossed where it was made,
** EXMORE, VA., where there was Coca Cola Plant, on the Eastern Shore of Virginia.

It is in its original condition and shows signs of crate wear on the embossing and on the base. But there are not chips or cracks, and the bottle has some nice bubbling

The bottle reads as follows;
Coca-Cola, in the Classic Coke Script lettering.
TRADEMARK REGISTERED
BOTTLE PAT. D-105529
On the other side of the bottle, it reads,
Coca-Cola,
TRADEMARK REGISTERED
MIN. CONTENTS 6 FL. OZS.

1938 Coca Cola Bottle, Pat. D 105529 - Exmore, Va.


Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1940s
  • Materials: glass, green
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 50 reviews
  • Favorited by: 3 people