Straight sided Coca Cola Selma Ala. N0.1, regular wear and tear on a bottle this old, small fish eye I've tried to show in pictures the overall condition of this bottle is Good, no major damage, of of several styles I'll be listing soon, please view all pictures of this bottle No Damage, Please email us with any questions, I do combine shipping to save shipping cost, I'm Downsizing my inventory and Liquidating a lot of items I will be posting more as time permits. Please scroll down to view other photos if posted Check out my other items!
These are dug bottles and have minor scuffs, dings, mineral stains, and case wear expected of bottles this old. I will call any and all damage, if not as described I will refund purchase price only, I can not send bottles for approval, all my items can be viewed or picked up free of charge please email before to get my Mall hours and days I'm Open. You can go to my ME page on ebay for more contact info
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In 1903, Walter and his older brother William heard about an opportunity to purchase the new franchise to sell bottled Coca-Cola in southern Alabama. After being turned down for the necessary loan by every bank in Montgomery, Alabama; the two tried once more and were successful. The franchise territory stretched down to the Gulf Coast and when it was determined that they should split the territory, Walter took Mobile since, as he later joked, he liked to fish. The Mobile Coca-Cola Bottling Company became one of the most successful in the United States as time went on and Walter Bellingrath's business interests stretched to owning the National Mosaic Tile Company, serving on the board of the First National Bank, owning a warehousing company and he was an original founder of Waterman Steamship Company of Mobile.