Glass Bottle Top with "...OYAL" and then "HR..."

Sa Glass Bottle Lip

Sa Glass Bottle Lip

Wondering about the origin of a partial bottle top we found in Hawaii. 

On the lip of the bottle are the letters "OYAL" followed by, in a smaller font, "HR"

The circumference would be about the size of a quarter.

Any ideas?

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May 31, 2017
Bottle pice with "oral": could it be from a Royal Crown Cola bottle?
by: Anonymous

Could it be from side of a Royal Crown Cola bottle? Don't know if it's still in production but it has been around a long time.

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