Both of these barrel-shaped bottles were found in the 1980's along the bank of a creek that rambled through our farm. The embossed Eagle over the capital letter A identifies one of them as an Anheuser-Busch beer bottle. In 1957 Anheuser-Busch was the largest U.S. brewer. Two seams to the top of the screw-type lip with four Anheuser-Busch embossed logos on the bottle shoulder. Around the bottom reads: Please Don't Litter - No Deposit - No Refill. Bottom numbers are 75, 16, W, and a tiny symbol. Measures 5-3/4 inches tall.
The second bottle is a similar beverage bottle with no name or logo. Measures 5-1/2 inches tall. Around the bottom it reads: Dispose Of Properly - No Deposit - No Refill. On the bottom a circled B (or could be an 8) and clockwise are 73, 27, and 12. Both in excellent condition.