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Re: Colorado Composite Discussion Thread

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Thanks for posting the pics, Ed. Besides the 3.2% lid, the toothed seam will be noted for this label with the next update.

The Land of Lakes with that lid is listed as both flat and tab. Tough can in either version.


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Another Tivoli can with the "Brewed and Packaged" bottom lid. This pics are from Dan Morean via Chick Runge. Thanks guys! This can will be included with the next update.
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SAM_0434.JPG
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Top Hat - same bottom as Land of Lakes
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Tivoli Western-Tivoli Union CCC73 and Pacific
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Tivoli Bock Flat 40 no CCC
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Hi En Brau Flat CCC40
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Mile Hi Tivoli 3.2 lid
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Denver tab Gold Lid
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Denver tab White seam
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Denver Zip ???
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I'll look over your pics and PM you with the ones that will be added to the composite. I really appreciate you taking the time to go through your cans for these little variations and taking the pics.
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Your composite is great stuff. I have made some interesting discoveries since discovering the Tivoli composite. I am happy to have been able to add a few cans. as well.
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Another gold colored tab lid. This was on an unfilled brewery can.
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A few months ago I was made aware of a color difference for the Crystal Colorado Beer label. It takes a sharp eye to see it, but it's there. The dumper flat on the left is a pit can I dug a number of years ago. I actually downgraded to put this can on the shelf. On the right is a tab. If you click to supersize the second pic, the color difference with the trees & water ripples is quite noticeable. Both cans are CCC40. So far I've only seen this difference with the flat. This color variation has been added to the composite list with the next update.
Dumper flat is on the left
Dumper flat is on the left
Note the red trees on the dumper flat
Note the red trees on the dumper flat
I don't know which color is harder to come by. If you have a Crystal flat in your collection, post which variety you have. And if you have a red tree tab, I'd love to get some pics for the composite list.
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Re: Colorado Composite Discussion Thread

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Pictures of the dull and bright Gold variations of the Tivoli Aristocrat - non IRTP
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1-138-34-0b, Tivoli Aristocrat - Dull Gold.JPG
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Thanks for the pics! I have added the color variation as well as the Utah tax lid to the next list update.
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Hi Scott. Here are my 5 Crystal Colorado's. 1,2,&3 are CCC40 the last 2 are "A".
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Thanks for posting the pics Jack. PM sent...
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Found this can code variation at the Mile Hi picnic. Added to the list with the Sept. 1 update.
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Gray flat painted one on the left. not sure if I sent these in before..
Gray flat painted one on the left. not sure if I sent these in before..
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Thanks for posting this variety Jack. The pics are fantastic. I will include this with the next update. I'm waiting until I have a chance to see some cans Smoller has. Sounds like I might have some more varieties to document.
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John Smoller sent me these pics yesterday. A new lid variation on the Colorado Gold Label. This vanity lid pinpoints the year to 1959, one of the earliest dates I've seen for this label. Thanks John!
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WOW!! Nice John!!

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3 Colorado Gallon's, Thanks to Don K. for showing me this!!
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Not a very sexy can, but I found a Metz pull tab from National can co while organizing my trader totes. I didn't see it on the composit list, but I don't know my Colorado cans at all so this just may be a foolish post.
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Pics of the Metz would be greatly appreciated. Front, top, seam and can code are all that's needed.
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Scott, here are your pictures.
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Excellent pics. This can code is not currently listed as a tab. I will include it in the next update.

Thanks for going through your trade stock and finding this variation!
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It seems after an update, more variations show up. From the Mile Hi Dry Dock show Saturday, here are a few more variations that will be added with the next update. Click to super size the pics.

The first two are courtesy of Gordon Bragg. First is the Tivoli tab VII130-19 CCC29 with a Brewed & Packaged By Tivoli bottom lid. Second is the Sheridan flat 132-40 CCC40 light gold with an Oklahoma bottom lid.
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John Smoller pointed out the seam variation on the Walters Bock flat 144-20 CCC40. Shown next to the tab, you can see the toothed seam. Also note the color variation in the hops.
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Lastly, this Walters can I won in the raffle. It wasn't until I got home that I noticed this seam variation. Walters Premium Pilsner shiny gold 144-18 CCC40 with a 9 tooth seam.
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It is great to keep finding such twists and turns on the long roads of beer can production!
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My head is spinning! I keep looking here in Michigan!!

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Mark Rodgers has provided us with pics of the oldest version of the Coors Export Lager. The 2 cans pictured are both "Bohemian" hops varieties, as shown in the story on the back panel. In early 1936, the word Bohemian was deleted, along with a change in the mesa on the front of the can. 1936 coded cans come in both varieties, the "Bohemian" version being much tougher.

According to the American Can Co. contract signings (available in the Reference forum), Coors started canning their beer in December 1935. So the can Mark has is the oldest version with the 1935 can code, a simple X. The later 1936 version has the X with a bar along the left side. Another thing to note on both of these varieties is the lack of any patent information. The later 1936 no "Bohemian" variety has Patent Pending in the lower left of the story panel, just above the black band.
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This is the 1935 code
This is the 1935 code
This is the 1936 code
This is the 1936 code
It is possible there is an older version, albeit a VERY slim possibility. In Herman's thread for early beer can advertising, there are many pics of Coors Export Lager with a U-permit number on the front of the can. Do these cans actually exist? Probably not, since Coors only canned beer for one month in 1935. Sure would like to find one, though.

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From the Rush to the Rockies ABA show, a Coors 7 oz. aluminum flat {240-7) without the 3.2% statement. It will be added with the next update. Can courtesy of Michael Boardman.
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Also from the show, and for your viewing enjoyment, a sheet of the seldom seen Colorado Gold Label flat with the contents on the front of the can. Thanks to truckwashdoug Doug Groth for sending me the pic. He won the sheet in the Friday night auction.
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I have a Metz flattop from Metz Pueblo.It has blue writing...I can post more pics if needed.
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What's the can code, Barry? The can is listed with a CCC40 code. If yours is a different code, pics please.
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A big shout out to Dwayne Sutton for getting me this Tivoli Bock can. It's still full! The composite list shows flat, super soft and tab. This particular tab is a U-ring, so I will make a notation for this early example tab.
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Now to locate a zip...
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I didn't see a Pikes Peak with ccc77 on the list.
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