The bottle on the left is the 1915 Coca-Cola bottle used by the Macon Coca-Cola Bottling Company. Found at the Carousel Antique Mall in Macon, Missouri, which is no longer in business. These bottles are about 7 ¾" tall and are frequently referred to as "Thanksgiving Cokes" even though the date embossed on the bottle was not actually Thanksgiving. On the right is the Macon franchise's 50 Year Anniversary (1955) Coca-Cola bottle distributed by the Macon Coca-Cola Bottling Company. Found at the Herman Wood estate auction held at the Twin Pines Auction Center. Herman Wood at one time owned the Macon Coca-Cola company. These gold leaf bottles are about 8" tall, were never filled with soda, and were given away as gifts.