The Gold Seal brand was Coca-cola's off brand name where they bottled their other flavors of soda. This is an early machine made bottle made in Indiana by the Root Glass Company for the Canadian market. The reason I think it's a Toronto soda is because to the best of my knowledge, the only other straight sided Canadian Cokes that were made in the Root factory were the early BIMAL Toronto straight sided coke bottles. The bottle is roughly 8 5/8" high and 2 3/8" wide.I know of only two known examples of this bottle. Written in a circle on the front of the bottle says GOLD SEAL GINGER ALE. Below that it reads TRADE MARK REGISTERED / PROPERTY OF THE / COCA-COLA COMPANY / CANADA.
On the base of the bottle it has the number 1656, followed by ROOT and then the number 13. On the bottom of the bottle it reads GOLD SEAL.
The bottle does have its condition issues. It has large scratches throughout that wraparound the bottle. It also has some casewear along some of the embossing. There is also a couple dings on the front left side of the bottle, likely caused by a shovel.
I can provide more pictures or discuss the condition of the bottle further with you if requested. If you have any questions, please ask, but do use the photos to help with description. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Bottles & Insulators\Bottles\Modern (1900-Now)\Sodas". The seller is "sodabottle123" and is located in this country: CA. This item can be shipped to Canada, United States.