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 Collecting United States Soft Drink Items


Copyright  2002-2023 by USASODA.  All Rights Reserved.






 The items listed on these pages are a reflection of the soft drink items we have found for our collection.

We DO NOT collect every BRAND of soda or most ZERO and DIETS of every brand.

We collect what we like and every collector needs too and should collect in their own way.

We hope the information on this site is helpful to you in building your collection.


Collection items pictured are not for sale.


The items listed in black on this site exist and we would like to locate for this collection.

We are also looking for cans that are not listed on a specific page.

We buy and trade for items wanted and will sell duplicate items that we have.


 Many of the pictures used on this web site are thumb nails that can be enlarged by clicking on that picture.

Not all items are pictured and some pages will be slow loading because of the number of items on that page.


 Enjoy your visit!


Click on a brand name below to enter that Soft Drink page.....



  A&W   Bireley's   Bubble Up   Canada Dry   Cartoon   Cheerwine   Coca-Cola   Dad's   Double Cola   Dr Pepper   



    Frostie   Grapette   Green River   Hires   Masons   Mountain Dew  Nesbitts   Nugrape   Orange Crush   Pepsi-Cola   



 RC Cola    Rootbeer    Seven Up    Ski      Squirt     Suncrest     Sun Drop     Sunkist   


 Advertising Thermometers



Brewery Collectibles Club of America    

Dr Pepper Collectors Club

 Pepsi Cola Collectors Club

 The Coca-Cola Collectors Club



Thank You for visiting and Good Luck in your "hunt"!


John C.


This site was first published in January 2003.

Soft Drink Can Lid Types


 Cone Top          Flat Top        Juice Top        Slide Back         Zip Top         Pull Ring         Push Button       Tab Top

Abbreviations Used      AL  Aluminum Can       CS  Crimped Steel Can      ES  Extruded [formed] Steel Can      SS  Straight Steel Can    

Helping Date When Your Soda Cans Were Made


Cone Top's were discontinued in the mid 50's.

Zip Code's were introduced in 1963 but not mandatory.

Universal Bar Code's were introduced in 1973.

Metric Measurement's were added in 1976.

Zip Code plus four started in 1983

Nutritional Panel's were added in 1994.








The soft drink companies represented on these pages are not affiliated with nor do they sponsor this site.

All items pictured were acquired in secondary markets and are part of the collection of the publisher.