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    All I can tell you is that the Canadian 7oz are uncommon.
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    Thanx Canadacan for that!

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    The other interesting thing is the Canadain ads were like the US ones and show the swirl bottle?....I've only seen our early ones in the quilted pattern. Of course latter on we got the swirl pattern.

    Teem-Brandon Sun November 18, 1960
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    Quote Originally Posted by Canadacan View Post
    All I can tell you is that the Canadian 7oz are uncommon.

    think some of the ones I found were 7 oz but I have no idea as to how common or uncommon they'd be

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    ran across another Canadian Teem bottle , found this in an antique mall , normally not looking for bottles from this era but it was priced very reasonably and in very good condition .

    its a 10 oz bottle , French and English so has to be Canadian . date on the bottom appears to say 1970 , a possible clue as to its age . the bottle itself is very similar to the pepsi swirl but green . logo is similar to the one on the can I posted and much different than the other teem bottles


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    Nice score RCO! I call that the 'sailboat' logo. I believe that is the 2nd log design Pepsi used for 'Teem" in the 70's. So 1970 sounds about right. All my Teem swirl sailboat logo bottles are from the 70's.

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    pretty sure its from the 70's , some up close pictures of the logo , might show it better


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    noticed an older Teem can from Canada sold on ebay a few months back for close to $100 dollars

    it has a neat design to it


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    https://www.ebay.ca/itm/RARE-TEEM-LE...EAAOSwYkRcdrSc

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    A very cool design on that one. Never seen it before. Can't believe it went for that much, but it did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iggyworf View Post
    A very cool design on that one. Never seen it before. Can't believe it went for that much, but it did.
    I've never found that version of can before in the wild , no idea how common or rare it be . the price seems high but I guess its one of those things . if someone wants one there might not be any others available so they have to pay up to get one



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