One of a Kind OI cans: Where are they NOW ?

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One of a Kind OI cans: Where are they NOW ?

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Post by Dave Rust » Sat Jun 20, 2015 3:11 pm

There are many one-of-a-kind OI cans in the Lilek book. The list below provides where these cans are located, if known, by state (not collector name). Many of the current owners want to remain anonymous, which will be respected here. As a result, only the current state of residence will be listed below. I’ll edit the list as information comes in, either as posted below or sent to me via PM. Here goes:

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18 Alpen Glen Ale
48 Associated (paper label)
57 Autocrat
58 Autocrat (Manhattan)
73 Bay State Ale CA
82 Bay State Beer (yellow)
88 Bay State Beer (silver)
89 Bay State Beer (silver–NY Dist.)
115 Black Eagle
122 Brown Derby (brown & green) CA
196 Dingle Bay
219 Eastside Ale (no CA permit #)
236 English Lad Beer
248 Esslinger’s Bock
268 Finer Flaver Ale CA
272 Finer Flaver Beer
293 Fox DeLuxe Beer
310 Grace Bros. Ale (black lines)
352 Gold Medal
358 Golden Glow Ale NC
361 Golden Glow Beer (WF)
369 Gunther’s Old English Ale
371 Gunther’s Beer NC
392 Hillman’s (Am. Pride banner)
393 Hillman’s (Am. Pride text)
436 Hull’s Light (WF)
470 Krueger’s Special
493 Lion Ale (WF)
499 Lubeck Royal (Manhattan)
510 Lucky Lager Beer (WF)
513 Manhattan Ale (Beer in text)
522 Manhattan Bock
530 Miller Beer (WF) – horizontal OI
535 Miller Beer (WF) – vertical OI
550 Narragansett Ale –silver metallic CA
553 Narragansett Pale
557 Neuweiler’s Cream Ale (“Canco”)
565 Neuweiler’s Pilsener (“Canco”) CA
569 Neuweiler’s Pilsener (dull gray) CA
597 Old Dutch Lager (orange windmill)
604 Old Gold Lager (Manhattan)
610 Old St. Louis Ale
614 Old Tankard Ale (large Keglined)
615 Old Tankard Ale (small Keglined)
629 Pabst Old Tankard (WF) block letters CA
636 Pabst Old Tankard (WF) script letters
643 Pabst Export (WF) Cool Before Serving
650 Pabst Export (WF)
666 Pabst Blue Ribbon Bock (dull gray)
667 Peter Doelger Ale
676 Peter Hand’s Extra Pale (large Keglined)
686 Poth’s Ale (Keglined in text panel) CA
687 Poth’s Ale (Keglined in OI panel)
689 Poth’s Beer (Keglined In text panel)
721 Red Top Beer (without Hauck on front)
730 Regal Amber Beer (WF) CA
731 Regal Lager
736 Rheinlander (Seattle in black letters)
739 Rosalie (indoor example) OH
740 Rosalie (different font “a”)
742 Salute Lager CA
754 Sick’s Select (OD/WF) CA
786 Tiger OH
813 Tru Blu Beer (red, white & blue)
815 Trump’s Ale
860 Waldorf Golden Bock OH
872 White Horse Lager
877 Willow’s Lager (different text)
887 Zest (Grade 2+ example)

Honorable Mention: 2-3 cans known
49 Atlas Yorkshire Ale CA
183 Class (indoor example) OH
245 Esslinger’s Bock
269 Finer Flaver
308 Grace Bros. Old English Type Ale
397 Hopfheiser
417 Hornung’s Cream Ale CA
418 Hornung’s Pilsner
425 Hornung’s Bock
426 Hornung’s Bock
433 Hull’s Lager CA
441 Ilsner
443 Iron City
447 Jacob Ruppert Bock CA
448 Jacob Ruppert Ruppiner
487 Krueger Bock (small opener)
491 Liebmann’s CA
521 Manhattan Bock
539 Wehle Mule Head Ale
546 Mule Head (red, white & blue) CA
580 New England Beer
598 Old Dutch Brand Lager (orange)
602 Old Dutch Superior (WF)
611 Old St. Louis Ale
685 Pilsengold Bock
727 Regal Amber Beer (WF) CA
770 Sterling Ale (Ale division)
782 Stroud Export
792 Triangle Deluxe CA
843 Valley Forge Bock
870 Wehle Beer
885 Windsor (no Manhattan)



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Re: One of a Kind OI cans: Where are they NOW ?

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Post by sgramling » Sat Jun 20, 2015 3:30 pm

There's a new RARE CANS forum here that should be utilized for this, the Triangle Thread and also some of the "lost cans" threads.
http://www.therustybunch.com/phpBB3/viewforum.php?f=272" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

It would go a long way to keeping track of this stuff once a conversation with solid intel begins.

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Post by Dave Rust » Sat Jun 20, 2015 5:45 pm

Thanks. I'll ask Dan to move this to the other thread.

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Re: One of a Kind OI cans: Where are they NOW ?

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Post by Conehead » Sat Jun 20, 2015 6:35 pm

Hey Dave,

I can help locate one of the below listed cans.....or at least shed a bit of light on it.

I wrote an article in the Rustlings last year (it pays to be a member) about my find of the Lilek #565. Big thanks for the help from Rand on this one when I found them.

Here is a thread about it also.
http://www.therustybunch.com/phpBB3/vie ... 11&t=32124
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Re: One of a Kind OI cans: Where are they NOW ?

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Post by Candog » Fri Feb 19, 2016 2:23 pm

There are acutally 6 Hopfheiser Cans; two salesman samples and 4 dumpers. I know who has 5 of the 6.
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Re: One of a Kind OI cans: Where are they NOW ?

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Post by kb » Fri Feb 19, 2016 5:12 pm

C Dog - rust monger got one from twins in a trade for one of those golden rod we dug - then monger traded that HOP to rand for the famous genny ALL MALT LIEBO water can .. Do you still have 2 ? And did the twins have 2 , thus being able to trade with monger ? So think they sold other one on eBay which Reid had won and then maybe traded to beercanman ? Close , way off , no clue ?? Do u still have 2 ?


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Re: One of a Kind OI cans: Where are they NOW ?

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Post by digger » Wed May 18, 2016 7:55 pm

We dumped the Hornungs Pilsener last yr 2015 Andy Galamba,Bob Reid and Myself I have one on my shelf We found three I think Condition is not good Mine is solid but face is grade 4. So it resides in Pa. Neuweilers Dull Gray was found on two different occasions . I have a really clean example (dumper) on my shelf.

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Post by Scott Rollert » Mon Jun 27, 2016 11:14 pm

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