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Found this in an abandonned building

CanadianBottles

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May 24, 2014
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Has a 70s look to me, give or take a decade. Almost certainly not newer than the 80s and probably not much older than the 60s. The lack of metric would be a clue if it was a product intended to be sold in Canada, but could always have come up on a boat or something.
 

saratogadriver

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Looks like the 5 gallon plastic bucket began around 1967. It was all metal before that, but there's no good history on the evolution of those buckets that I found with a quick google search.

You'd probably have better luck with dating it by hunting down the company name...

Jim G
 

buriedtreasuretime

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Not even close to a bottle, just looking for info. It is a cured navel beef barrel that is 40 ounces and made by the w.f.shattock co Inc. It is labeled shattco brand and I am unshure of how old. Any ideas barrel guys?View attachment 225447
For making “shat on a shingle” Navy and Marine breakfast food!


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