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    Canada diamond Cokes!

    Yes some clean up real well. I have a rusty dumper 12oz Coke on my shelf, came from a good friend that dug it himself....that can means a lot and I'd never get rid of it.
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    Canada diamond Cokes!

    Thank you so much!!!
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    Canada diamond Cokes!

    They say diamonds are a girls best friend, but I'm sure some of the fella's like em too! These are Canadian multi diamond pull top cans from about 1967-late 1969.
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    trying to find out more on a possible Bluebird canadian bottle ?

    It's possible that was used in Canada...but that is a US made bottle.
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    Western Canadian 12 oz. Amber Paper Label 7-Up

    Interesting that you mention Polar being the first in western Canada, I have a newsprint clip showing 7up for sale in Dec. 1933 by Thorpe's in Vancouver, and there is also a photo showing Country Club's truck fleet with 7up advertising...the license plates on the trucks in the photo are from 1933.
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    Five for Friday!

    Ok here is 5 for Friday from @Jstorm ...nice stuff there!!!
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    Western Canadian 12 oz. Amber Paper Label 7-Up

    Fantastic find, and I'm truly envious! Myself and another collector had quite the discussion on your FB post at Canadian Soda Pop Works trying to determine when Country Club first bottled 7up. The fact that it's a 12oz was a surprise to some degree, but again it makes sense as other big bottlers...
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    Chippewa Water Co. Estevan Saskatchewan

    Great Calendar indeed!....nice bottle too!
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    Chippewa Water Co. Estevan Saskatchewan

    I don't think I have a Weyburn bottle. that's form the 20's-30's. The earliest mention is 1912 in the Winnipeg free press as Weyburn bottling company under newly completed buildings, the page was celebrating Weyburn's growth. In another article Oct 1927....they were mentioned regarding price...
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    EMBOSSED SODAS

    Great bottles!...still a fave is the Bluebird!
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    Old Colony - Lemon Lime - flat top can 60's era

    Lol, all but two of those cans on CM are mine. Flat tops are always more difficult to find as they were produced for a shorter period of time because of the introduction of pull tops in 1965....but FT's by some canners were still used up till the late 60's. To see more cans in better detail with...
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    Old Colony - Lemon Lime - flat top can 60's era

    A good soak in lemon juice, or oxalic acid bath with clean that up. At some point in the late 50's/60's it seems as though Crush sold of the Old Colony line but I have never found the documentation of any sort. The cone top cans were all marked Orange Crush and I have a copy of one ad from 1954...
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    Mission Charge ER!!!

    Hey thanks for that!...never seen that ad before!
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    Mission Charge ER!!!

    Thanks!...Yeah great bottle indeed...not super common in Canada.

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