1952 7up Bottle - Front Logo with girl in swimsuit.
1952 7up Bottle - Back The "Fresh Up" Drink, ingredients and "YOU LIKE IT - IT LIKES YOU" phrase. This one was bottled in Hoboken, NJ.
1952 7up Bottle - Bottom This shows the Owens-Illinois Glass Co. and Duraglas Logos with the date.
This is an old 7up bottle from 1952. The glass is green in color and uses an applied color label (ACL) on both sides. The front has a girl in a swimsuit in white and the Seven-Up logo in white on a red square. Both the front and back has a small white 7up sheild on the neck. It was made by the Owens-Illinois Glass Co. It was their Duraglas product which was used for beer and other bottles that were refilled many times. It stands 8" tall, is 2-1/4" across the bottom and it held 7 fluid ounces. Nothing special here, but it does spark interest in people who remember them. I dug this up in the mid 1970's. The white part of the printed label is very stable, the red part, as you can see, is not.