Hawaii Haiku

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Hawaii Haiku

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I've had this awesome paper label Haiku juice tab can in my collection for some time now and have not seen another one like it. Looks like an unpainted can underneath as seen near the back bottom rim, but I still want to peek. Any information on this? Bjorn
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Re: Hawaii Haiku

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Hi.
Two others flavors have been identified, both R0's in the guide.
R0 H5-1
Paper label
Haiku - PT
1972 - estimated
Guava

R0 H5-1
Paper label
Haiku - PT
1972 - estimated
Lilikoi Orange Nectar

Hope this helps,
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Here are pics: (The Guava label is incomplete and may be a test that was never produced.
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Re: Hawaii Haiku

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Wow! thank you for the information. I love the designs on these, very 70's. The green can is killer. I don't collect soda/juice cans or paper labels but this one caught my eye, wait... I guess I collect them now! Bjorn

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Well unless you want to sell it :). Let me know. Thanks
Interested in all flat and Cone Soda and Water cans.

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I just found one in a local collection as well. Picked up some strange cans in this collection including some oil cans and Honey growlers.
My Haiku is a Lilikoi-Orange Honey Nectar.
Also picked up 2 honey growlers. Have not see those before. Over 53 Oil cans and a few test cans.
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Looking for Waukesha Flat Top Cans in High Grade. (NEED Both Biermanns and Fox Deluxe Bock)

Also looking for Bock and Can Company commemorative and sample cans.

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