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    Pachal's Beverages - Yorkton Saskatchewan acl bottle

    found this at the Toronto bottle show , a table had a couple bottles for a $1 each . they had this one and had seen it online before so figured it might be worth picking up at that price .


    its for Pachal's Beverages - Yorkton Saskatchewan , contents 6 1/2 oz , bottle made by dominion glass , seem to have been the main bottler in that city , likely 50's era

    back says " ask for Pachal's and taste the difference "


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    I'd have picked that one up too at that price! The bottle itself is unusual, have you ever seen that design used by any other bottler?

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    no I haven't seen this style used by other bottlers but the same bottler also has this bottle , black and white label on a similar bottle

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    Pachal's has been around since at least the early 1920's, I have a straight side bottle from that company, and the bottle you posted above comes in green glass with a red and white label.
    Collecting Western Canadian sodas, and USA Orange Crush.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Canadacan View Post
    Pachal's has been around since at least the early 1920's, I have a straight side bottle from that company, and the bottle you posted above comes in green glass with a red and white label.

    I knew there were some older Yorkton bottles , never seen this design of bottle in green though

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    just noticed there is one of the green versions on ebay for $65 Canadian , not sure I've seen this one before

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    early PACHAL’S soda tray and a later bottle shape from them. The green bottle with the red and the white is the least common of the three but are all decently easy to come by around Yorkton.$5 dollar bottles around that area the early stuff from that company seems to be harder to come by tho like advertising,openers,caps etc. Also have not seen another bottler use that design in Sask. but them.
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    Great tray!
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    Yeah that tray is fantastic! Looks like it has some serious age to it, any idea when the company was founded?

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    Thanks! Had to make a little road trip to Yorkton to pick it up actually. The first PACHAL’S plant opened in 1912 thinking the tray is from before 1930 a few other early bottlers used the same tray design around Sask.



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