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BillHaddo

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Jan 17, 2018
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Well I was out of the office today and decided to walk though a local antique market in St Jacobs Ontario.
I finally found a 12oz Webb's Stubby in near flawless condition.
@RCO has talked to the Uxbridge embossed and the Sudbury Bottling in previous posts.
I even found the 10oz version of the 30 oz Pop People bottle I posted 10 days ago.
The green and clear Cynar 7oz are new to me as is the Robinson's from Perth Ontario.
All the ACL were in great shape. After getting home I realized I left a 12oz Robertson Beverage from Mount Forest Ont thinking I had it but mine is a 7oz. Now I have to make a return trip
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All are in great condition!Nice picks. The Uxbridge looks to be an embossed bottle that I have not seen from another bottler,the Sudbury looks to be identical to Doran 's bottles, they were probably owned by the same people. The Cynar are also notable, I have the 28 oz. but have not found the smalls yet.

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RCO

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Well I was out of the office today and decided to walk though a local antique market in St Jacobs Ontario.
I finally found a 12oz Webb's Stubby in near flawless condition.
@RCO has talked to the Uxbridge embossed and the Sudbury Bottling in previous posts.
I even found the 10oz version of the 30 oz Pop People bottle I posted 10 days ago.
The green and clear Cynar 7oz are new to me as is the Robinson's from Perth Ontario.
All the ACL were in great shape. After getting home I realized I left a 12oz Robertson Beverage from Mount Forest Ont thinking I had it but mine is a 7oz. Now I have to make a return trip
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have mentioned the Uxbridge beverages before , had 2 but sold 1 years ago and still have another bottle

only ever seen 1 bottle from them , the clear embossed version . don't really know a lot about them . never actually been to Uxbridge but been to Durham region many times before

but did a newspaper search and found some more info that i'll post later
 
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BillHaddo

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Jan 17, 2018
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Well I was out of the office today and decided to walk though a local antique market in St Jacobs Ontario.
I finally found a 12oz Webb's Stubby in near flawless condition.
@RCO has talked to the Uxbridge embossed and the Sudbury Bottling in previous posts.
I even found the 10oz version of the 30 oz Pop People bottle I posted 10 days ago.
The green and clear Cynar 7oz are new to me as is the Robinson's from Perth Ontario.
All the ACL were in great shape. After getting home I realized I left a 12oz Robertson Beverage from Mount Forest Ont thinking I had it but mine is a 7oz. Now I have to make a return trip
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Webb's Beverages had a nice" English Stone Ginger Beer " embossed bottle that I found this past year, probably produced prior to the a.c.l.s.
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Donas12

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Webb's Beverages had a nice" English Stone Ginger Beer " embossed bottle that I found this past year, probably produced prior to the a.c.l.s.View attachment 222606

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This is one of my favourite bottles I have and also a tough one to find without any case wear. Displays so nice in natural sunlight. Always wondered if it’s Webb’s earliest bottle...
 

BillHaddo

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I would have thought it a deco bottle too. That stone ginger beer is a great looking bottle.
What about it would suggest it isn't. I ask for education only.
The bottle has "design registered 1931" on the side, there is only another spider web on the bottom, not a manufacturer's mark, is this one of the few bottles of that era that is unique to this bottler or are there other examples out there?
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ROBBYBOBBY64

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The bottle has "design registered 1931" on the side, there is only another spider web on the bottom, not a manufacturer's mark, is this one of the few bottles of that era that is unique to this bottler or are there other examples out there?View attachment 222673

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I have never seen that spider web embossed on any bottle base. Unique to this bottle, perhaps. I never saw the bottle before. I agree it should be art deco.
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