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Unknown Unpictured Ballantine flat top?

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I looked in the Commemorative section of new pull tab book & I see 2 different Ballantine Jaycees cans, #206-2 & #206-3. A 1958-9 can & 1961-62 can both saying New Jersey. The one I have not Pictured in book & say's Pennsylvania. Anybody familiar with this can or know anything about it? I know we have some Ballantine Collectors/Experts in here. Is this tough or common? LEON.
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Re: Unknown Unpictured Ballantine flat top?

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Leon.....I have a few of the other cans myself but sadly not all the ones in this photo.
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Here is one for reference to value...not the same year group but close...

http://www.ebeercans.com/Ballantine-Pen ... cees/1337/

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Who owns those in Photo :shock: Those are nice. Wonder why the book missed so many variations? Anybody know what the Pennsylvania version is worth? LEON.


P.S. Just now seen the link under photo, Interesting.
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"Farmer" - Paul Dodge has those
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Leon....the photo came from a fellow RBer but couldn't remember who. I kept it as a reference since I eventually hope to have all of them.........One can always wish I guess.

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Nice can Leon. We missed you at Frankenmuth!!

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kruegerbock wrote:"Farmer" - Paul Dodge has those
Al, is correct, I am the lucky owner.
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Farmer wrote:
kruegerbock wrote:"Farmer" - Paul Dodge has those
Al, is correct, I am the lucky owner.

What's the Pennsylvania Jaycee can worth in mint & grade 2. Tab book sez $135 & $350 on the 2 New Jersey Variation, What would this one be if in the book. (Save the sarcastic $5.00 comments) LEON.
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Leon,
The PA 57-58 and the PA 58-59 in my opinion are the most common of all the Jaycees cans. They come up the most online. Hard to say value, but on grade maybe $75, grade 2 $35.00. While 2 of the NJ cans are super rare, the NJ 60 -61 is one of only two known to exist. That value though is only around 150 to 250 in my opinion. Not a lot of interest in them as you would expect because they never had beer in them. However for me, a Ballantine guy...these are among my most favorite.
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OK, THANKS, FARMER :smt023 LEON.
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Re: Unknown Unpictured Ballantine flat top?

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Farmer wrote:
Fri Jul 26, 2013 7:11 pm
Leon,
The PA 57-58 and the PA 58-59 in my opinion are the most common of all the Jaycees cans. They come up the most online. Hard to say value, but on grade maybe $75, grade 2 $35.00. While 2 of the NJ cans are super rare, the NJ 60 -61 is one of only two known to exist. That value though is only around 150 to 250 in my opinion. Not a lot of interest in them as you would expect because they never had beer in them. However for me, a Ballantine guy...these are among my most favorite.
Interesting about the 60-61 New Jersey Jaycees. I just picked up one. Maybe there are three known now.

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