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    6oz - 170 ml Paper Label Bottles

    I recently picked up this group of 6oz - 170 ml paper label bottles.
    I already had the Pure Spring.
    I love the graphics on the 7-Up.
    A little clean up and they will look good on on display.
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    Those are some nice ones! I don't think I've seen many of these, I had no idea Pure Spring was still using such small glass bottles that late in its life. And I really like that 7-Up label as well.

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    Those are cool. I have the 7up and my girlfriend has the Coke. Good score!

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    not a time period of bottles I necessary collect but I'm thinking anything paper label from that time period would be hard to find now .

    as not a lot were saved and any in the wild would be ruined and only bottle remaining

    I'm not sure how long Pure Spring lasted but that bottle must be from the 70's or early 80's if it lasted that long

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    Pure Spring lasted until the early 90s I believe. I suspect that one is from the 80s but I could be wrong. That is the label design they were using in the 80s, not sure if they used it in the 70s or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanadianBottles View Post
    Pure Spring lasted until the early 90s I believe. I suspect that one is from the 80s but I could be wrong. That is the label design they were using in the 80s, not sure if they used it in the 70s or not.
    Yea I think it's definitely from after about 1976, I have a can that matches the PS bottle...I'm also unsure if that label was used in the late 70's.
    Collecting Western Canadian sodas, and USA Orange Crush.

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    Amazing how these paper and styrofoamed label bottles were once so common and now so hard to find, not to mention in good condition.


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