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Leon wrote:
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I wonder when that one sold, could of been last year or 15 years ago. Although nice clean indoor can looked slightly off grade. I know certain collectors would not touch that because not clean enough for them. Thanks for the info. LEON.
That sold a long time ago. Dan's been putting up six pictures of each can for quite a few years now.

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That is recent sale August 7th from fellow I know who buys soda bottles from me
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oldcrowncollector wrote:
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That is recent sale August 7th from fellow I know who buys soda bottles from me
Not the Centlivre, the Arrowhead.

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My bad did reqdcright
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Clarkston1 wrote:
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To answer your question I know Pete has one because I just sold him one. I know McCoy had one. There is a few indoor cans out there somewhere & I wonder what price a nice clean indoor would sell for? LEON.
Historical price from dealers website.
For what it’s worth, I had a 1/1+ original Arrowhead in the collection I sold in 1998. Don’t know where it ended up, but I knew Bob McCoy and he already had one at the time.

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Leon wrote:
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Pepsi Can for $3,000+ :shock:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Extremely-Rare ... 7675.l2557
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They also sold a Stag can shaped like the Pepsi for $504.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Rare-Proto-typ ... 7675.l2557
If you have Schmidt scenic cans: white back, 12oz drafts, and most gold ones in either flat or zip I'd love to talk. Also interested in irtp and older Gluek labels.

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Someone did very well for them self... 10 16oz Western Gold body blanks on BIN for $300

https://www.ebay.com/itm/RARE-Western-G ... 7675.l2557
If you have Schmidt scenic cans: white back, 12oz drafts, and most gold ones in either flat or zip I'd love to talk. Also interested in irtp and older Gluek labels.

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hemmings wrote:
Thu Sep 12, 2019 6:10 pm
Someone did very well for them self... 10 16oz Western Gold body blanks on BIN for $300

https://www.ebay.com/itm/RARE-Western-G ... 7675.l2557
:shock: WOW, Wish I would of bought those, I'm sure they will be showing up soon all nice & rolled.
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hemmings wrote:
Tue Sep 10, 2019 8:59 pm
They also sold a Stag can shaped like the Pepsi for $504.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Rare-Proto-typ ... 7675.l2557
Was tracking that dumbell Stag can as a potential addition to the "can'ts". However, I think it was intended to be a real beer can, and they even say the bank slot in the top was a hacked in afterthought......so....it fell off the list.

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Rand wrote:
Fri Sep 13, 2019 2:49 am
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Tue Sep 10, 2019 8:59 pm
They also sold a Stag can shaped like the Pepsi for $504.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Rare-Proto-typ ... 7675.l2557
Was tracking that dumbell Stag can as a potential addition to the "can'ts". However, I think it was intended to be a real beer can, and they even say the bank slot in the top was a hacked in afterthought......so....it fell off the list.

Rand :-)
The body of a conetop , I thought the opening $50 was too much , appears the paint was stressed where the can was widened .
hard to believe someone really paid $500 for that .
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Summitcan wrote:
Fri Sep 13, 2019 8:53 pm
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Fri Sep 13, 2019 2:49 am
hemmings wrote:
Tue Sep 10, 2019 8:59 pm
They also sold a Stag can shaped like the Pepsi for $504.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Rare-Proto-typ ... 7675.l2557
Was tracking that dumbell Stag can as a potential addition to the "can'ts". However, I think it was intended to be a real beer can, and they even say the bank slot in the top was a hacked in afterthought......so....it fell off the list.

Rand :-)
The body of a conetop , I thought the opening $50 was too much , appears the paint was stressed where the can was widened .
hard to believe someone really paid $500 for that .

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Yeah, why not buy one for $10 and mutilate it yourself?

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I saw two very nice cans on eBay today. A Brau Haus OI and English Lad Beer OI. Anyone know if there was a find of either of these generally tough labels. Good Guys found some Ale cans, but I don’t think they had beers, and some guy found a handful of the Brau Haus cans but sold them at the Canvention in Cleveland. Just curious - I think the English Lad beer is harder than the Ale, but I’m curious if others agree...

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Besides Rawley's find their was a large find of clean dumper Brau Haus O/I's a few years ago. Some appeared to be grade 1. A search in here may find the Story. LEON.
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To me it makes Goog Goog sense !

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I'm not familiar with that can but given the condition, I wonder if that price was higher than the can would typically sell for.
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Kevin cites three quality examples of the Iron City OI in USBC-OI, but I've only seen one in all my years of collecting. I'd never seen an indoor offgrade can until this one hit eBay, and I can count the decent dumpers I've seen on my thumbs. I was hoping to snag the eBay can in the neighborhood of $6K, but I was apparently delusional.

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I have a hard time wanting to pay $8k for any can that isn’t grade one or better. While this can is clearly an indoor example, it appears to have a lot of scratches and marks which to me has a great effect on value. My two cents - this is a very rare label.

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I think it would clean up some & the one side with out the scratches wouldn't then look to bad after a cleaning. There was a well known Pennsylvania collector/Dealer (forgot his name) that had one similar to this, maybe better for $5,000 about 5 or 5+ years ago. LEON.
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Leon wrote:
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I think it would clean up some & the one side with out the scratches wouldn't then look to bad after a cleaning. There was a well known Pennsylvania collector/Dealer (forgot his name) that had one similar to this, maybe better for $5,000 about 5 or 5+ years ago. LEON.
Wasn't that closer to 20 years ago? I believe the Rogalski Brothers bought that can and then sold it for $9,000.

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mtracy64 wrote:
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I think it would clean up some & the one side with out the scratches wouldn't then look to bad after a cleaning. There was a well known Pennsylvania collector/Dealer (forgot his name) that had one similar to this, maybe better for $5,000 about 5 or 5+ years ago. LEON.
Wasn't that closer to 20 years ago? I believe the Rogalski Brothers bought that can and then sold it for $9,000.

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Maybe 10 but not 20. Who'd Rogalskis buy it from? Maybe different guy & if not maybe the name will ring a bell or refreshen my memory. LEON.
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This example came up for sale on eBay about 3 years ago.
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To me it makes Goog Goog sense !

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I wonder if the price has to do with being from South Bend instead of Detroit. I have both flats and I remember one being harder than the other but I do not recall which. Plus, of course, the high premium for super mint cans.
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I may be wrong on this. but do you suppose that Pfeiffer can is a test can ??? Because I don't see no wood grain on them.

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beerhunter14 wrote:
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I may be wrong on this. but do you suppose that Pfeiffer can is a test can ??? Because I don't see no wood grain on them.

I may be wrong but it sure looks like the common Pfeiffer pictured in the book #108-19. Priced at $2.00 in book. But as soon as it's clean with tab intact that automatically adds $200+ to any can. Don't it :smt017
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Rand wrote:
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....and keeping track of the super rare cans.....this didn't sell....starting bid of $800 then the auction was pulled.....likely some scum bag got to the seller and undercut what it would have ultimately gone for.

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Deal or No Deal?

So I pick up the can below on Ebay recently. USBC II # 95-40. $33 winning bid, plus the sellers way overpriced shipping of $9.50, plus $2.98 tax, for a grand total of $45.48

Can arrives, in great condition, looks all original to me. Split tan/green outline can, bottom opened. Isn't this a $200+ can? Am I missing something or did I snag a great Ebay deal?
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