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  1. Canadacan

    Orange Crush bottle help

    So the front and back label are common style, it's not a squat because the label is centered. Appears to have tapered shoulders like the squat but it probably is closer to the 7oz class due to the height you describe, and yet it's marked 6oz on the base! The texture makes is an unusual example...
  2. Canadacan

    Ice Castle-Steinberg cans

    Did that link work for you? it was not this morning but I fixed it. Many of the stores were Miracle Food Marts and later were bought out by A&P. I have some cans from Miracle.
  3. Canadacan

    Ice Castle-Steinberg cans

    They were Quebec's largest grocer, and had expanded into Ontario but I don't think any further west. Here's the link for more info. Steinberg's (supermarket) - Wikipedia
  4. Canadacan

    Orange Crush, Just Dug.

    Yes that'd be 1959, pretty much the last year they had Orange between Crush on clear bottles...other than the later brown ones from 1965-66
  5. Canadacan

    Ice Castle-Steinberg cans

    Well this is the stack I have and none are from the 60's. The earlier Ice Castle cans had the S on the front as pictured in the newspaper article. The diet cola cans are just marked Steinberg, one is the older with no UPC and then an updated one with the UPC. The only other variation I have is...
  6. Canadacan

    found more seven up , diet and Howdy cans from 70's

    Translator just translates back?..i duno
  7. Canadacan

    found more seven up , diet and Howdy cans from 70's

    CCS in Canada used a Fan tab for a while in the mid 70's.
  8. Canadacan

    7up- 1953-1986 Canada

    Yeah I noticed those...and they are 12oz too! A person could really amass a big collection going for all the 7oz, 10oz, 12oz, and quarts in Canada!
  9. Canadacan

    Orange Crush, Just Dug.

    Yup Mae West style introduced in 1955. I see the green outline has faded. What size is it?...7, 8, or 10
  10. Canadacan

    Five for Friday!

    Ok back on point!...hahaha!.. I'm late to my own party!...but you wont be disappointed with this 5 for Friday Five Canadian Whistle's!
  11. Canadacan

    found a Coca Cola door push / sign from 40's

    Good idea!...you know even in that condition it's still worth at minimum a 50 spot!...but really its about the hunt and the find, I would be thrilled and proud to display that!
  12. Canadacan

    found a Coca Cola door push / sign from 40's

    Coolest find!...congrats!!!
  13. Canadacan

    Five for Friday!

    Whoooohhh...love that 7up man!:eek::p
  14. Canadacan

    Five for Friday!

    Nice line up!:)...Love that Yukon!
  15. Canadacan

    Bootleg-'the high class carbonated beverage'

    Yes it could have very well been a MD competitor, it's does have those edgy graphics (bullet holes) lol!!! Ahhh man the can is a mystery!...I kind of like that, having something that we just can't pinpoint :) Speaking of Monster!..hands down they have the best semi repetitive graphics I can...
  16. Canadacan

    Yukon Club-Canadian cans

    I forgot I had some of the crimped oz/ml cans. I like the ginger ale and tonic you have, and yes the colour is strong on those low cal ginger ales. Crazy but I have not added any cans from this generation since 2014. A couple of these have the D pull ring in place and were bottom opened. I also...
  17. Canadacan

    Yukon Club-Canadian cans

    Yukon Club was A&P's (The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co. Ltd.) in house brand. They expanded into Canada in 1927 and by 1930 had 200 stores, most of them in Ontario and Quebec. I know they had one A&P in Winnipeg Manitoba but not sure if the other three western provinces had any locations...
  18. Canadacan

    Orange Crush Canada 1960's -80's steel only

    Thanks Michael!...well the one thing with cans is there is way less of them out there to find.

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