1915 The inevitable confusion generated by such diversity and imperfections in the straight-sided bottle led to the adoption of the now famous “hobbleskirt” bottle. The “prototype” of this bottle had a much more exaggerated hobbleskirt shape and was never put into production. This prototype bottlel led to the design of the more streamlined contour bottle.
100 Anniversary Evolution of the coca-cola contour bottle
1900 Crown top straight-sided bottles replaced the heavier cruder Hutchinson bottles in the early 1900s. All of these straight-sided bottles had a paper label identifying the product they contained and bore the COCA-COLA trademark embossed in script lettering as well. Since many of the bottles produced before 1910 were finished by hand they contained many imperfections.
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1899 The earliest bottles known to contain COCA-COLA were of the Hutchinson stoppered variety. The words COCA-COLA appeared in either block print or script lettering on the bottles and embossing usually designated the city where the bottle was originally filled. These bottles were used only briefly by fewer than a dozen bottling works just after the turn of the century.
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