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  1. #1
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    Bang Soda and Canton Springs Ginger Ale - Any information?

    I have these bottles and can't find any information about them at all.

    Are they rare, are they valuable - for Bang - even where it was made.

    Appreciate any information someone may have.
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    Forgot to add the Canton Springs bottle
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    Good luck on the Bang. No one seems to know where they are from. All the examples I am aware of were found in north central New Hampshire. In good shape they are rare and worth some money. I have a pretty good one I dug in Warren, New Hampshire when I was a kid.

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    I have two different versions. One of them is a 3 color one



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