Kewpie Pop - Cola

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Kewpie Pop - Cola

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Post by kamsquared » Sun Mar 05, 2017 7:36 pm

Cleaning a Kewpie Cola. Are these rare? My pop can knowledge is minimal.Image


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Re: Kewpie Pop - Cola

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Post by bantam10 » Sun Mar 05, 2017 7:57 pm

Never heard of that one before. Looks cool!
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Re: Kewpie Pop - Cola

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Post by Canadacan » Sun Mar 05, 2017 8:14 pm

Cool!...yup tough can, 4 known flavors... from Sussex WI
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Re: Kewpie Pop - Cola

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Post by kamsquared » Sun Mar 05, 2017 9:19 pm

The flavors I've googled are orange, black cherry, & root beer. I assume that cola is the 4th. What is the value on a dumper Kewpie cola? I'm not looking to get rid of it because I'm starting to collect the dumpers I've found.
Just curious.....
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Re: Kewpie Pop - Cola

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Post by Beercanpete » Sun Mar 05, 2017 11:12 pm

Our resident guru, Dave Tanner, has the Kewpies rated as an R4--fairly common as a dumper but rare on-grade. They are not super tough as dumpers but very cool looking cans--one of my favorite designs.

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Post by Canadacan » Sun Mar 05, 2017 11:33 pm

That would be nice to see all 4 flavours on-grade!
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Post by willssoda » Sun Mar 05, 2017 11:39 pm

Not too long ago Dave out bid me on a real nice Orange I was super surprised it only went for like $93 another one of those cans that slipped through the cracks and I forgot to bid on. I gotta remember to esnipe lol
Interested in all flat and Cone Soda and Water cans.

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Re: Kewpie Pop - Cola

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Post by zoinkss » Mon Mar 06, 2017 12:28 pm

I've got 3 of the 4 cans. None in on grade. Sussex is really close to Waukesha and started to capitalize on the Waukesha Water bandwagon by using the phrase "Waukesha County".
They are a lot tougher than Dan put in the book. Especially in higher grades.
I have seen grade 2 and 3 go for $50 to $75.
Grade 1 and 1- go for an easy $100 or more.
The mission cans with the Weber Waukesha lids you see around here very regular and a lot of dumpers.
The Kewpies don't come up a lot and a lot of the Waukesha history club members locally don't even have any.
Looking for Waukesha Flat Top Cans in High Grade. (NEED Both Biermanns and Fox Deluxe Bock)

Also looking for Bock and Can Company commemorative and sample cans.

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