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Post by Kick No Can » Tue Mar 27, 2018 10:15 am

I could go for the generic cans. The wife will be upset, but they would look nice lining the walls of the basement stairs.

Give me an idea on cost of cans plus shipping and I will let you know for sure either way.

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Post by CMD » Wed Mar 28, 2018 9:49 am

As for sorting , One car trailer down and one to go, not counting the space in between the trailers about 6' X 15' X 4' of mostly dumpers, a few cases of OIs but mostly 50s western flats and also he dug in Virginia a number of time on TDY so a bunch of stuff one would find in VA

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Post by Cap-Sealed » Thu Mar 29, 2018 11:36 am

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Here's an oddball Texas can I found. It's a Falstaff Bicentennial by General Brewing Co of SF & Vancouver (on side panel), but the lid says brewed by Pearl Brewing Co of San Antonio, Texas....
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Post by keithker » Thu Mar 29, 2018 1:03 pm

@Cap-Sealed Ed....not sure if this help connect some of the dots but here are a few items from an article...

Paul Kalmanovitz, 76, an immigrant who has masterminded Falstaff's survival since he took over in 1975, denied there were any liquidation plans when questioned directly by a shareholder at Falstaff's recent annual meeting, the newspaper reported.

Besides his control of Falstaff, Kalmanovitz is chief executive of two private firms -- General Brewing Co., whose main plant is in Vancouver, Wash., and Pearl Brewing Co. of San Antonio, Texas. He also is president and chief executive officer of S&P Co., described in Falstaff's annual report as a company with brewery operations, real estate and other investments.

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Post by Dixie Dave » Thu Mar 29, 2018 1:16 pm

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Thanks to all for your feedback. Now we have a better idea what to look for (and save) during our thinning process. Almost all of these cans are bottom opened and if there's one can there's most likely a case. When i do see something cool while I am crushing the aluminum, I usually put 4-6 of them away, espeically I have a case. I crushed 80lbs of aluminum last weekend. Got a whopping $36 for them, but it goes towards the rental truck and gas, and there's plenty more headed that way.

Also, there are hundreds if not thousands of dumpers to thin out as well.
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Post by Dixie Dave » Thu Mar 29, 2018 1:23 pm

keithker wrote:
Thu Mar 29, 2018 1:03 pm
@Cap-Sealed Ed....not sure if this help connect some of the dots but here are a few items from an article...

Paul Kalmanovitz, 76, an immigrant who has masterminded Falstaff's survival since he took over in 1975, denied there were any liquidation plans when questioned directly by a shareholder at Falstaff's recent annual meeting, the newspaper reported.

Besides his control of Falstaff, Kalmanovitz is chief executive of two private firms -- General Brewing Co., whose main plant is in Vancouver, Wash., and Pearl Brewing Co. of San Antonio, Texas. He also is president and chief executive officer of S&P Co., described in Falstaff's annual report as a company with brewery operations, real estate and other investments.

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Interesting article. Like what it says about "Falstaff's wealth of real estate." That may be true of some of its other breweries, but the New Orleans brewery was near the jail in one of the less desirable parts of town. It's been redeveloped into apartments now, but the surrounding neighborhood is not somewhere you want to be after dark. That is a vastly different story from Jax, which sits on some of the city's most desirable land.

As to the Pearl thing, were there late Falstaff cans that came from Pearl? I'm going to have to check mine tonight.
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Post by fiat128 » Tue Apr 03, 2018 2:53 pm

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Always thought that Olympic Schlitz was cool.....because it was the year we boycotted the olympics. Always pictured some guy in Schiltz marketing losing his job over that. Never found the can to have a lot of monetary value.....but it's a great talking point on your shelf when you're trying to show your collection to a non-collector.

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Post by jinsequa » Wed Apr 04, 2018 1:19 pm

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Here's an oddball Texas can I found. It's a Falstaff Bicentennial by General Brewing Co of SF & Vancouver (on side panel), but the lid says brewed by Pearl Brewing Co of San Antonio, Texas....
A couple of those on ebay right now.
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Post by Cap-Sealed » Thu Apr 05, 2018 7:09 pm

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Is this one any good with opening instructions on the bottom lid?
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Post by oldcrowncollector » Fri Apr 06, 2018 3:07 pm

You seam see them a lot with that on bottom lid not sure on value $8-10
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Post by foreigncanman » Fri Apr 06, 2018 5:13 pm

They tend to have the opening instruction on the steel pull tabs and zips.

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Post by Rand » Fri Apr 06, 2018 7:04 pm

Intriguing.....but I'm not making room on my shelf for it quite yet. :-)
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Post by Cap-Sealed » Fri Apr 06, 2018 9:22 pm

We have boxes and boxes of foreign cans but probably not worth the trouble sorting ....
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probably true but you never know.

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We have boxes and boxes of foreign cans but probably not worth the trouble sorting ....
In general I tend to agree, but if you can do something ... you might want to try to sort the straight steel cans and any cans from sets out and post some big group photos here. Those are likely the ones that hold some value, if any of them do.

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Post by jinsequa » Sat Apr 07, 2018 12:11 am

I am always interested in any foreign Stag, Tuborg Gold, Carling Black Label, Heidelberg cans, anything from the Phillipines, also American exports to other countries and American brands produced in other countries( like Colt 45, Rainier,Olympia, Lone Star)....post them as groups....Sounds like you have a market?

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Post by Cap-Sealed » Sun Apr 08, 2018 10:59 am

We're set them (foreign cans) all up in a big pyramid and take a photo of them. I doubt anyone would want those 5L cans.... I may just use them for target practice! There are at least 2 cases of Canadian, a case or so of German cans, lots of English cans, Swedish cans, Japanese cans and who knows what else. I'd like to sell them in lots instead of single cans.

The good news is, half the pile (of everything) is sorted and off Dale's property.
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Can I bring my AR to the Albuquerque show, Ed? Fill those 5L cans with club soda and let the fun begin!
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Post by Mark (expired) » Wed Apr 11, 2018 6:53 am

please don't just toss the non-US cans... there are enough of us that like em!
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Post by Cap-Sealed » Wed Apr 11, 2018 12:56 pm

OK - if I have time tonight, I will post some pix of foreign cans that I accidentally brought home (instead of leaving them at Dale's house) and let me know what you think.

Dan & I have about 300+ cans listed on ebay right now, many with a buy-it-now.

Check out seller names Cactuscans & Keg-lined

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did you ever figure out what you're going to do with the generic cans? Price + postage to Virginia?

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did you ever figure out what you're going to do with the generic cans? Price + postage to Virginia?

Thanks, Mark G
Only found 1 box of them, I know I packed up two.... will look for them on Sunday.
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Scott Rollert wrote:
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Can I bring my AR to the Albuquerque show, Ed? Fill those 5L cans with club soda and let the fun begin!
Hey Scott - if you want to bring it down....we could go shoot them up in the afternoon somewhere in the desert! Or Sunday morning before you go home...
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Cap-Sealed wrote:
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Can I bring my AR to the Albuquerque show, Ed? Fill those 5L cans with club soda and let the fun begin!
Hey Scott - if you want to bring it down....we could go shoot them up in the afternoon somewhere in the desert! Or Sunday morning before you go home...
When is it? I can bring mine too.
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fiat128 wrote:
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Wed Apr 11, 2018 2:07 pm
Scott Rollert wrote:
Sun Apr 08, 2018 11:38 pm
Can I bring my AR to the Albuquerque show, Ed? Fill those 5L cans with club soda and let the fun begin!
Hey Scott - if you want to bring it down....we could go shoot them up in the afternoon somewhere in the desert! Or Sunday morning before you go home...
When is it? I can bring mine too.
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There is a fire ban in NM and that means no shooting, so not sure where we can go now.....


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Yeah, I heard on the radio the other day every county in NM is under red flag conditions. Got that here too. Currently a fire near Pueblo covers 40 miles. Never shoot in these conditions.
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Mark (expired) wrote:
Wed Apr 11, 2018 6:53 am
please don't just toss the non-US cans... there are enough of us that like em!
Mark, why dont you come down to the Albuquerque show next month and take a look at the foreigns and let us know if there's anything special

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CMD wrote:
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please don't just toss the non-US cans... there are enough of us that like em!
Mark, why dont you come down to the Albuquerque show next month and take a look at the foreigns and let us know if there's anything special

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Post by Mark (expired) » Sat Apr 21, 2018 4:01 am

I need to design a bigger house... any chance you are coming up this way for Rush to the Rockies?
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Mark (expired) wrote:
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...... any chance you are coming up this way for Rush to the Rockies?
That would be a lot of cans to haul up!

There's about 30-40 (maybe more) foreign gallons from the 70s...is there any of them that could be rare? They are a serious space eater!
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