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Prairie rose bottle

RCO

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May 17, 2012
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Picked this neat bottle up today from a friend, prairie rose mfg. Dominion glass mark underneath, ive never seen one and cant find any info on it either, have a look!
as mentioned in other post its from Edmonton Alberta , I can confirm that for sure . I don't really have a lot of other info on it , there was a number of different bottlers in Edmonton at that time so not really sure if it was one of the main ones or such , assume its 40's - 50's era


I looked thru my saved pictures and found one that shows a prairie rose acl bottle from Edmonton


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Donas12

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Here’s the Prairie Rose ones that I have. Don’t know anything about the company, but there is also a St Paul’s Alberta bottling connection. St Paul’s is a small town a couple hours east of Edmonton and had at least one other bottler also.
The oldest Rose bottle I’ve ever come across is the one on the left - maybe 30s era.
The Acl is definitely more common and the only version I have seen so far...091DE1CC-AB37-43C9-ABF2-82F336529325.png
 

Nickneff

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Jan 6, 2021
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Picked this neat bottle up today from a friend, prairie rose mfg. Dominion glass mark underneath, ive never seen one and cant find any info on it either, have a look!
I never really liked Crown tops much but I really like that one
 

RCO

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May 17, 2012
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Ontario , Canada
Here’s the Prairie Rose ones that I have. Don’t know anything about the company, but there is also a St Paul’s Alberta bottling connection. St Paul’s is a small town a couple hours east of Edmonton and had at least one other bottler also.
The oldest Rose bottle I’ve ever come across is the one on the left - maybe 30s era.
The Acl is definitely more common and the only version I have seen so far...View attachment 217613

as mentioned I had heard of the prairie rose brand from Alberta

but haven't seen the octagon or beehive bottles before .

the octagon bottles usually seem to date from the 30's era but some were used in the 40's , more commonly used in Ontario , haven't seen that many from out west
 

HouTxSoda

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Dec 15, 2009
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This one is for sale on eBay right now, not sure if its from one of you guys, but it shows the bottler as "Prairie Rose Mfg. Co. Ltd. Edmonton".
 

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