Sunday, April 26, 2015
Drinking in the History at the Beach
A little poking around on the internet shows it to be a bottle from the 40s, called the "wave design". Unlike more modern bottles the color is not fixed in the glass; it originally had a paper label, and sold for 5 cents.
Now that's in pretty good shape for something 73 years old. It could have been a Pepsi my mother drank when she visited Port Republic back before WWII, when she was 18 or so.