no I don't know of any others , have a couple I didn't even have listed , I had strongly suspected there was a regina bottle but hadn't seen it yetHere are the different 7 UPs that I have from Saskatchewan. If there any more from different towns I would love to hear about it, picture even better.
G&J Watt Regina
HP'S North Battleford
Rose Beverages Prince Albert
These are all bottlers that could have bottled 7up, maybe because another bottler in that region already had the rights or they had their own version of 7up they didn't bother. Still keeping an eye out for any that might pop out.
Dominion Saskatoon I think was the earliest bottler of 7up in Saskatchewan, they were affiliated with Dominion Bottlers Edmonton. I've seen bottle caps with the two bottlers name on them.
The bottle on the left has Dominion bottlers embossed at the bottom of the bottle.
Definitely a swim girl bottle - 1949-1953. Has the cursive Fresh Up at the top and no lithium citrate in the ingredients. When the shield label came out in 1954, You Like It It Likes You was moved up near the top and onto one line, and Fresh up was moved down and printed in jumbled lower case (except the F). They did not do this on US bottles however. Canadian bottles are relatively easy to date in ranges because of the variations of the back labelling.haven't seen that one before , assumed I was missing a couple from sask as seemed to be a couple bigger places not on my list
is that a shield bottle ? assume there'd also be a swim bottle with similar markings
Actually a mid 40's bottle - no ingredients listed on the label. Not sure of the exact year they put ingredients on, but no later than 1947.surprise find of a marked 7 up bottle from Eastern Ontario which wa not previously mentioned , in fact I never knew this bottler bottled seven up back then .
its from E Giesebrecht Petawawa also known as Vitality beverages , which was the bottler in Petawawa Ontario and would of serviced the Ottawa valley area , the large military base there and Pembroke area
but never seen one marked from that town before , its a swim version from late 40's early 50's , a seller from quebec had it for sale online and price was reasonable so I bought it
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Ha ha. I had never seen it before and as far as I know I was only missing 3 bottlers from western Canada, so I bought it yesterday!! Saw this post about 15 minutes ago when I came on here to see if Prince Albert was listed and said to myself "that bottle sure looks like the one I just bought."this one was mentioned or I featured a related bottle with the marking on back from this bottler , saw on ebay a Prince Albert Sask swim bottle don't think I've seen it before
Seven Up Prince Albert Ltd - Prince Albert Sask
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