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    Posted 7 years ago

    badger1
    (1 item)

    found in shed I bought
    cannot find anything out about it
    made in Canada I do believe
    any information on this type of cooler would be great

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    1. Signaholic Signaholic, 7 years ago
      All I know is that it's extremely hard to find any OC coolers or crates for that matter. From the style of font used, I would say the 1930s. It changed by the early 1940s. The dash before the word Crush appears after the word Orange, on the U.S. versions.
    2. Rattletrap Rattletrap, 7 years ago
      Orange Crush & A local Cola drink were the only local soda drinks available in much of Uruguay in 1960-63 when I lived there. Unlike American Crush theirs had pulp in it and had a different flavor. Memories of the olden days!

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