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8 oz Orange Crush bottle from Canada

mrosman

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Jan 27, 2016
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That grouping of bottles, clear, Krinkly, with Reg., Regd ,TMRG, - Aug.21, 1921 and 1922 are a special group, written up in my book p.40-44. These bottle were the Canadian equivalent of the American, classic non-Ward's bottle. They were all 6oz. They were Canadian as evidenced on the base - a 'D' in a diamond or a 'C' in a triangle - two Canadian bottle manufacturers. No city identified on any. The TMRG appeared 1920-1924 in Canada only - again two dates, 1921 and 1922. Also a rare bottle with a number embossed under the 6 Fl.Ozs. on the front.
 

Burkenhill

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Dec 29, 2015
16
3
That grouping of bottles, clear, Krinkly, with Reg., Regd ,TMRG, - Aug.21, 1921 and 1922 are a special group, written up in my book p.40-44. These bottle were the Canadian equivalent of the American, classic non-Ward's bottle. They were all 6oz. They were Canadian as evidenced on the base - a 'D' in a diamond or a 'C' in a triangle - two Canadian bottle manufacturers. No city identified on any. The TMRG appeared 1920-1924 in Canada only - again two dates, 1921 and 1922. Also a rare bottle with a number embossed under the 6 Fl.Ozs. on the front.
Please tell me how to get a copy of your book.
 

Gramr

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May 4, 2020
18
3
Vancouver island BC
That grouping of bottles, clear, Krinkly, with Reg., Regd ,TMRG, - Aug.21, 1921 and 1922 are a special group, written up in my book p.40-44. These bottle were the Canadian equivalent of the American, classic non-Ward's bottle. They were all 6oz. They were Canadian as evidenced on the base - a 'D' in a diamond or a 'C' in a triangle - two Canadian bottle manufacturers. No city identified on any. The TMRG appeared 1920-1924 in Canada only - again two dates, 1921 and 1922. Also a rare bottle with a number embossed under the 6 Fl.Ozs. on the front.
Thanks for info. As a member pointed out canada imported a lot of bottles so l would guess the ones we made are "rare" I'm guessing a American drink with a "D" on bottom is worth looking into.
 

mrosman

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Jan 27, 2016
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Canadacan

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Sep 21, 2014
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British Columbia
Hi Ivan... I am grateful always for your contributions.... as you know I keep close contact with Ron. I was fascinated to see your pictures of the brown Mae West bottles, which were never used. Regards, Michael
Thank you sir!....I'm honored to have been able to contribute and be featured in your book.
Yes I try to touch base with Ron every few months....he too was surprised by these brown Mae West samples.
Cheers, Ivan
 

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