Subject: 2nd Request - Honey Boy Beverage Bottle with more info

Date: 08/09/2007 10:16:08 PM

description of the embossing (if any) a.. L.C.W. MIN CONTS.9.FL.OZ. located along the bottom of the bottle above the rim a.. HONEY BOY BEVERAGES (2 times) on each side of the bottle a.. size, especially the height - 9 1/8" tall, 2 1/4" Cir a.. mouth of the bottle, type of lip, whether the mold seam stops or goes over the top of the lip. The style and shape of the mouth is very important to telling both the age and the type of bottle. - there is no mold seam along the top, possible on the side of the top but not to the lip, see picture a.. base of the bottle (smooth, embossing, pontil marked ) smooth, embossed with CHARLESTON S.C. located on the bottom of the bottle. There are no mold seams or pontil marks on the bottom from what I can tell. a.. shape of the bottle (round, rectangular, square) bottle is round but has many different textures/angles, see picture a.. does it have a label, embossed design, unusual shape b.. color: clear, aqua, amber, cobalt, emerald green, etc... aqua/clear in color c.. condition, i.e. is it damaged, or stained it is a bit dirty but not damaged. No cracks or breaks. d.. tell me what you would like to know about the bottle, age, rarity, value or history I know that it was bottled here in Charleston and I thought from the late 1800's. Someone said the bottling company was bought out by Coke and they fazed out the "Honey Boy" beverage. We would like to know more about the bottling co and year. Is it as rare as it seems (due to the difficulty we have had in researching it)? Is it worth anything? Any history that you might find. e.. Thanks for your assistance. Could you please email me and let me know if you find anything. Tanya