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BEER CANS & BREWERY COLLECTIBLES
MAY-JUNE 2016


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Tivoli Aristocrat Beer FT can
$85 - Taos, NM (87571)

Nice bottom opened FT can from the Tivoli-Union Company of Denver, CO. A few scratches on the side panels that can be seen in the photos. This can came out of a wall of an adobe house in Northern New Mexico. PM with questions or to purchase the can. Will also entertain trades for Colorado cans I need.
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Huge Late 60's 70's and 80's Pull Top Beer Can Collection Pick Up Only
$350 - Syracuse, NY (13204)

Located in upstate NY what you see and cant see is what you get. Boxes and boxes of cans plus 6-8 huge bags and even more not shown. Asking $350 for the whole shooting match. Mostly steel pull tops from the 60's and 70's some foreign and Canadian cans as well as some aluminum. Pick up only here in 13204. PM to purchase. I dont have time to sort through these looking for specific cans so please dont ask. Thanks!
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Stuff on Saturday...I have lots of stuff, and thanks to Jonathan Gill I added to my Iroquois stuff and finally got it into the office display!! ... See MoreSee Less

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Shaving tip: Always shave around the mouth first. That way you don't have to worry about shaving cream getting in your beer. Either that or simply stop shaving. ... See MoreSee Less

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Can anyone recommend a good book on Schlitz cans and bottles?
$1 - Columbia, Missouri
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Can cleaning day! First time cleaning cans and I am very pleased! Most of these have been sitting in my closet waiting to be clean. A couple of before and after pictures. 3 of the mystery cans turned out to be Kruegers! The other stack of cones I bought off of Jeff Hurley. Turned out real nice ... See MoreSee Less

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17$ US including register sending / 9 empty cans, be opened top, made in Vietnam

If you need all, I'll combine shipping cost
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Neuwellers Pam Clock
$375 - Harrisburg, PA (17110)

Great condition and rare 24-hour markings. Will sell or trade.
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Happy SSSSaturday from Art's Beer Cans. More information on these lovely S cans is available by clicking on each picture then the link in the upper right. ... See MoreSee Less

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Beer hanging shelf
$1 - Latrobe, Tasmania

Rare flat top beer cans in a well made timber shelf. Make an offer
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Hey can anyone tell me the best way to clean cans like this full Silver Cream.. We moved and had therm stored in our barn a few years.. It had no rust on it before. ... See MoreSee Less

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COLLECTING FOR
FUN. ART. HERITAGE.

As a catalyst for socialization, beer and brewing have been parts of our culture for a long, long time. That includes pop culture. During the 1970s beer can collecting was one of the country’s fastest-growing hobbies among kids and adults alike. Often called a fad then, we’re here to say that beer advertising collecting is still alive and kicking, growing as fast as ever thanks to social media, online auctions, and a boom in craft brewing that’s introduced thousands of new collectibles with wild, eye-catching designs. And thanks to the fun and enjoyment it brings to those who do it.

Collecting is fun no matter how or why we do it, whether it’s to decorate a man cave, to compete with kids at school to grow a mega collection of caps, or to seek high-end vintage cans worth thousands of dollars. However or why you do it, the BCCA welcomes you; not only as a fellow fun-loving collector but as a steward of beer heritage!

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