The mugs listed here are classified as Canadian because they are all clearly marked as Canadian products in the graphics. Note, however, that some of these mugs were made in Belgium and are so marked on the bottom.  Unfortunately I cannot be certain as to the dates for any specific mug, but 1970s through 1990 would be a safe estimate.  The numbering of these mugs reflects nothing more than the order in which they were discovered by various collectors over time (most notably Charley, Ray and Tom - Thanks!).  Note there are no waves beneath these ships, which I believe to be Ship Recovery.   Dimensions 2 1/4" to 2 3/8" high X 4.5" rim to handle.

Canadian Mug 01

 Marked "100g" and "Shulton Toronto Canada." Bottom is marked "Made in Belgium."


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Canadian Mug 02

   This mug is bilingual, bearing both "shaving mug" and "bol a raser." It includes the marking "P & G" for Procter and Gamble, dating it between 1989 and 1992. Bottom is marked "Made in Belgium."
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old spice mug

Canadian Mug 03

  Note the labeling beneath :Old Spice; bottom is marked "Made in Belgium."

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Canadian Mug 04

Reference to Procter and Gamble makes this a post 1989 mug; bottom is marked "Made in Belgium."

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Canadian Mug 05

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Canadian Mug 06

More typical U.S. graphics; U.S. Ensign on ship's stern; bottom marked "Made in Canada."

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Canadian Mug 07

Marked "Shulton," "Toronto," "Canada."  U.S. Ensign on the stern.

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Canada Mug 08

Plain text graphics, "Toronto, Canada," Ensign on stern is a blank square, bottom marked "Made in Canada."
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Canadian Mug 09

Front marked "Shulton Company, Toronto Canada"; "Net Wt. 4 OZ., Poids"; " Net 4 OZ. " "3700";  The Ensign shows an "X" from corner to corner.

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Canadian Mug 10

Marked "3700, Shulton Company, Toronto, Canada, 100 g." The Ensign shows an "X" from corner to corner.
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Canadian Mug 11

Marked "Shulton Company, Toronto, Canada".  Note the "X" on the ensign.