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The bear is 7" tall and is embossed on the bottom "Snowcrest Beverages, Inc. Salem, Mass." The fat man is obviously a peanut butter jar, is 5" tall and on the bottom says "Ploughman & Harrison, Chicago". Any info on teh age and value of these figurals?

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Hello in looking at the Bear and the bottom markings it probably held some sort of fruit flavoring. Like Kool Aid or the new MIO drinks. Concentrated flavor that you add to water. Many of this type of drinks came with figural bottles and a label that had the flavor. The one that comes to my head is the famous Lincoln bottle. The top had a slot that when empty you could use for a bank. Guess as the bear to be 1950-60's era. Not much value 5-10$ if lucky. You can start a new collection for your self. Figural food bottles. There are a bunch of them

Hope this helps

Kevin

Thank you for the input, Kevin.

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