$4 Flea Market Find Could Be Auction Treasure

A New Mexico man who unknowingly bought a rare bottle could make as much as $5,000.
0:57 | 05/22/14

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Talk about a bottle deposit how'd you like to give 5000 dollars back on a four dollar investment. Jim Virgo was picking his way through a few flea market in Albuquerque, New Mexico last fall. When he came across an unusual looking bottle. 1880s. And is the only one of three known to exist a precursor to what eventually became Coca-Cola. The bottle will be auctioned off on May 24 and might fetch 5000 dollars while. In all media should open it up to it. The whole world you know put in a major auction you know. And let somebody that's remaining interest -- Europe even club. Could by the -- is especially valuable since it retains most of the original label. This early version of -- -- so called nerve tonic was eventually banned over its controversial ingredients.

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