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Starting the year off right.


Post by Canadacan » Tue Jan 17, 2017 2:41 am

I did not think I'd be adding one of these to the shelf any time soon but here it is! No it's no perfect, bottom opened blah blah... and has some spotting on one side but I did not pay a hefty premium! happy now that I get to add my own can to the archive! :mrgreen:

What I also discovered is there has been at least a dozen sold on ebay since Oct. 2016 most from the same seller, a few resold by others, and in the mix have been Coke and Coke banner cans. The condition and prices varied widely, also many were missing either the bottom lid or top.

There is only 2 Fanta's and 2 CB's that I cant attribute to the same all so far 28 cans, 11 Fanta, 8 Coke, and 10 Coke banners. The seller would not divulge were the cans were found or how many but just simply indicated they were an antique store and someone called them when they made the discovery, more cans to be listed, but how many??? last note out of all these cans only 10 have had both lids, 3 of them Fanta's.
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Also Canadian Beers ,USA Orange Crush bottles And American Drewrys beer cans.

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Post by spire64 » Tue Jan 17, 2017 7:44 am

Tough can... Great score!!.. :smt023 :smt023
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