Well, this is interesting. The first thing you have to know about Coke things is that the values in books assume like-new condition. Rust on items, wear, chips and other flaws over the years brings the values down.
Now, let's work on that bottle carrier. There have been several throughout the years. Here's somewhat of a description of aluminum carriers I can find to help you identify what you have:
As you can see, there are many of them. I hope this will help you identify what you have and what it might be worth.
Now, for the bottles. That is trickier. Firstly, millions of these bottles were produced. Secondly, condition is very important and some rare bottles from certain cities may be worth much more. Much of that depends on the collector.
A quick way to date the bottle is to look around the side of where the bottle is the thinnest in shape for two sets of numbers. This is a date code. One set of numbers is the year. I'm not sure what the other set is. Most of these bottles are very low in value, from 50 cents to around $8. However, it all depends on the collector and where they are from can make a big difference to a collector. I recommend checking out the Library at ColaMan's House-O-Coke: www.widomaker.com/~colaman/library.htm. This is the evolution of bottles page and it is a great guide to find out detailed information about the bottles you have and to pinpoint a time period. After that, you can figure out which number is the date. (They varied throughout the years between the first set and second set of numbers for the date, so I can't be sure not knowing the era your bottles are from.)