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The 8 Most Valuable Vintage Soda Bottles in the World

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If you’re a lover of all things vintage then you should definitely see these 8 most valuable vintage soda bottles in the world. Though sodas are more apparent with today’s technology and advertising, soda drinks have been here for a very long time. There have been a number of once-famous soda brands that no longer exist today. There are even popular soda companies of today that have been in the market for a very long time so they have bottles that are old, collectible and expensive.

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The world today proves that anything can be a collectible as long as there are people interested in it. These vintage bottles whether opened or unopened fetch a high price. They even get a higher price tag if they’re left unopened. Of course, vintage sodas are not the only expensive sodas out there. There are some valuable cans and collectible bottles that fetch a very high price as seen in the 7 Most Expensive Sodas in the World. With cans becoming the more popular choice for containers these days, the prices of bottles are even higher.

There are many guides out there to check on what kind of vintage bottles sell for a very high price. With so many references to check, it’s easy to interchange or even rule out a few of the selections we’ve seen. Let’s find out what the first bottle is on our list:

8. T Sumida & Hoffschlaeger Co Honolulu

This rare bottle comes from the popular destination of Honolulu, Hawaii. It is really quite misleading as many call the bottle and drink soda when it’s actually gin It’s a good bottle for collection just because of the glass and markings that signify it was from Hawaii. I guess Hawaiian soda used to be the term for alcohol.

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