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1950's Canada Dry Metal Display Rack

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    Posted 4 years ago

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    I wonder how many of you have seen one of these. I saw this yesterday but unfortunately it was a little bit out of my budget. This dates from the 50s and this one doesn't seem to be in too bad of shape. It could use a few touch ups here and there but who would wanna toil with the past? I don't really get the name though because it says "dry", yet it's a liquid. Nevertheless, it's a delicious tasting soda!

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    1. bottle-bud bottle-bud, 4 years ago
      Nice soda stand, I have seen those before as well as stands of other brands.
    2. MyCountry MyCountry, 4 years ago
      LOL I have one as well but its square wife used it for folded towels in the bath room, but now its out in the garage with my tool sitting on it anyways cool find..
    3. MyCountry MyCountry, 4 years ago
      lol forgot to leave this for ya ...
      The "Dry" in the brand's name refers to not being sweet, as in a dry wine. When John J. McLaughlin, who first formulated "Canada Dry Pale Ginger Ale", originally made his new soft drink, it was far less sweet than other ginger ales then available; as a result, he labelled it "dry".

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