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cpbatts

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Hello, as someone who lives in Canada and therefore mostly find Canadian made bottles it’s difficult to find the age of bottles. Most of the info I find on line is about American bottles. According to US bottles, 1938 -44 bottles have on the back “ A Fresh Up Drink” and on the front “ Reg US Pat Office”. Would the bottle shown in the photo be the Canadian version for that time frame because of the “ A Fresh Up Drink” on the back and the different “Trade Mark Reg” on the front? 2E4897C1-7BD9-4180-9317-BDD00EE79759.jpeg88E2CADD-11E9-46E4-A6FF-E86B2A485B80.jpeg
 

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Welcome to the forum! It would help to post a picture of the base, because a lot of Canadian pop bottles do have date codes although they can be more ambiguous than the US ones. I'm not sure if the back embossing is a very reliable guide, since individual bottlers would sometimes do their own thing on those.
 

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the US / Canada 7 up bottles were pretty similar at the time , your is obviously an early swim bottle from Calgary Alberta , too bad there is some damage to the words on back and fad to colour but still a neat bottle
 

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