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Post by MarkB » Fri Oct 19, 2018 9:47 pm

Made a quick trip to Hadley to see Jon and Pete S. Jon took me back to a area where there are lots of Brockerts. Got a bunch, but they were all pretty much shot. One was interesting. Its spout has been knocked inside the can to make an ashtray or something.

Also dug a small camp pit dump from the 50s with some little soda cones, and rehit the huge camping dump from the 50s. No Rheingold girls this time, but I didn't comeback with dozens of Krueger Beers either.

A couple early cleaning results. The soda cone is from the small camp pit. I pulled my digger through the dirt and it literally popped into my lap.
The Utica Club was in with the Brockerts. At this dump a garter snake also popped out into my lap!

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Third time I've dumped a gallon, but the first Ballantine. I wounder if it can be de-dented at least a little. This spot was mostly 1930s, but there was a small 1960s sections with some zips and this gallon.

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have some quarts soaking now. Found six. One if a green Krueger Ale, the other five Schmidt's Beers.


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Post by MarkB » Sun Nov 25, 2018 9:05 pm

Some pics of cleaned cans. Nothing hugely rare, but a few decent cans. Some of the better labels were soda cans.

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The Dawsons and the Pabst Tankard Ale were new for me, and new for this spot.
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WTH are these? they're about the size of a nickle, came from a campsite pit, and the center of each were burned.

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Two different Camdens.
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2 different cans with PA tax stamps. Horlachers and now these.

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The Brockerts were really, really rough. One of them had the spout knocked in and holes cut in the bottom.
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Post by kamsquared » Sun Nov 25, 2018 10:13 pm

Ashtray for sure.......
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