The best and most accurate way to value old Coke bottles is to research them. Pawn shop listings or online auctions for Coca-Cola bottles are valid resources for determining the true value.
If the bottle is the early contour model, then it has little value since it was produced in the millions. If the Coke bottle does not resemble the looks of the contour bottle, then it might be one of Coke's different bottles. The company has different names for their rare bottles, such as the Hutchinson Bottles. These bottles are very hard to find since they are the first bottles used by Coke. They were manufactured from the mid 1890s to the early 20th century. They range in price from $2,500 to $4,000 depending on how many sellers have the rare bottle in the market.
Some of the other bottles are the Flavor bottles, which are on the inexpensive side of the spectrum. The Coca-Cola Company made flavored drinks that had their own bottles. Town Name bottles are those that were made in the 1960s. These bottles have embossed writing on the bottom pertaining to the town where the drink was bottled. To date, the price can be as high as $400 to $500.