Shasta Cherrys

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Shasta Cherrys

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Post by chateaudebris » Mon Dec 12, 2016 3:52 pm

Last time out digging i found this shasta cherry on the right,,,The can looked different to me as I was cleaning it,,next to another you can see it has a different color ,,just one of many Shasta variations ,,
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Re: Shasta Cherrys

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Post by chateaudebris » Mon Dec 12, 2016 4:02 pm

Another odd Shasta is this lemon lime in blue? Herman found the blue one and asked me if I'd seen one? I have been through a bunch of lemon Shasta's and I believe the blue one is tough?
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Re: Shasta Cherrys

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Post by Canadacan » Mon Dec 12, 2016 4:42 pm

No not any tougher than the red....however the red in a 10oz is tough!
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Re: Shasta Cherrys

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Post by chateaudebris » Tue Dec 13, 2016 2:06 pm

Canadacan wrote:No not any tougher than the red....however the red in a 10oz is tough!
Thanks,,we find a lot of the red 10 oz too,
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Re: Shasta Cherrys

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Post by Canadacan » Tue Dec 13, 2016 4:46 pm

Nice man!.... I love the Shasta cans. I still have to set up the Archive for the Canadian ones.....which are next to impossible to find!
Ivan... RB #1078 Collector of soda cans & bottles from Canada. Looking for Canadian soada cans 12oz & 10oz From the 1950s right into the 80s.
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