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Here's our discard pile/dump from the collection so far at Dale's house.... he'll bulldoze these over by the end of the summer. If it didn't sell on ebay, it went to the dump. The crappy aluminum (the stuff that doesn't sell) went to the recyler... we still are keeping tons more.


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Post by keithker » Mon Jun 18, 2018 1:55 pm

@Cap-Sealed Ed I saw a can I need.....kidding.....bet some of the fun is wearing off......but how often does one get such a chance....

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Post by jomama » Mon Jun 18, 2018 4:46 pm

It only takes a few seconds to grind an aluminum top off of a steel can (to sell for scrap)
the weight of an aluminum top is greater (or close to) the entire weight of a current aluminum can
It's a shame that there is not an organization devoted to most of the USA beer can collectors.





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Post by Cap-Sealed » Mon Jun 18, 2018 6:14 pm

keithker wrote:
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@Cap-Sealed Ed I saw a can I need.....kidding.....bet some of the fun is wearing off......but how often does one get such a chance....
The fun hasn't even begun yet....Dan saving all the good flats and cones for the Omaha canvention....
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Post by jomama » Mon Jun 18, 2018 6:36 pm

Cap-Sealed wrote:
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keithker wrote:
Mon Jun 18, 2018 1:55 pm
@Cap-Sealed Ed I saw a can I need.....kidding.....bet some of the fun is wearing off......but how often does one get such a chance....
The fun hasn't even begun yet....Dan saving all the good flats and cones for the Omaha canvention....
That's the best part of the hobby!!!!! Wish I could be there.





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I don't know how many of these Ed crushed before I caught him and pointed out they were Spanish on one side !!
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Post by Beercanpete » Tue Jun 19, 2018 5:13 pm

The Lucky's are probably worth trying to sell, but I doubt they'd bring much more than a buck or two … not a real scarce can. You're not so badly off crushing them for the aluminum.

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To try to sell something for only a buck or two is not worth all the time it takes to do so. Figure taking pictures of all sides of the can, then cropping and naming the photo, then posting it online...and the winning bid is a whole dollar. Ebay/Paypal will take 13%. Now I have to find a box and pack it up and drive to the PO to ship. I come out about $1 or $2 in the hole just from the gas spent going to the Post Office, and that is not factoring in all my time spent.

Taking a bunch of cans to a show is another story,,,,,
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To try to sell something for only a buck or two is not worth all the time it takes to do so. Figure taking pictures of all sides of the can, then cropping and naming the photo, then posting it online...and the winning bid is a whole dollar. Ebay/Paypal will take 13%. Now I have to find a box and pack it up and drive to the PO to ship. I come out about $1 or $2 in the hole just from the gas spent going to the Post Office, and that is not factoring in all my time spent.

Taking a bunch of cans to a show is another story,,,,,
I agree TONS of TIME.... But your issue is your location. (You are too far from me). I buy collections all the time for 10 cents per can.... I would have bought that pile. I never go to the post office (they pick up daily at my house) .. I ship 100 cans per week. All my boxes and tape are free from ebay. I recover their fees from the discount I get using ebay shipping service. I do mostly fixed price listings. I auction the better cans, but auctions take a lot of time and not what they used to be as far as returns unless you have something special.
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All my boxes and tape are free from ebay.
I did not realize ebay gives free boxes and tape to some sellers. I assume it is based on volume. Do you know what the specific criteria is? Like anyone, I get free boxes from the post office but they are only good for Priority Mail. For First Class Mail, I buy small boxes at Walmart for around fifty cents each.
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To try to sell something for only a buck or two is not worth all the time it takes to do so. Figure taking pictures of all sides of the can, then cropping and naming the photo, then posting it online...and the winning bid is a whole dollar. Ebay/Paypal will take 13%. Now I have to find a box and pack it up and drive to the PO to ship. I come out about $1 or $2 in the hole just from the gas spent going to the Post Office, and that is not factoring in all my time spent.
I tend to agree with you on this too … I've got a few thousand extras in my barn right now. Just not worth it to me to take the time to sell them for what little they'd return. I've been giving them to my son to put on eBay when he has the time. Somehow it's better to see him make the money than to see me making it.

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pinnacle-project wrote:
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All my boxes and tape are free from ebay.
I did not realize ebay gives free boxes and tape to some sellers. I assume it is based on volume. Do you know what the specific criteria is? Like anyone, I get free boxes from the post office but they are only good for Priority Mail. For First Class Mail, I buy small boxes at Walmart for around fifty cents each.
not sure of the exact criteria, but you have to be a top rated seller and / or have a certain level of store subscription.
bottom line is you have to be an ebay puppet ... 1 day shipping - 30 day returns - excellent 4 to 5 star ratings and less important, excellent feedback, and etc.
also all my listings are free unless I do upgrades.
uline.com for small boxes. beer can sized boxes are around 20 cents or less (depending on how far you are from a Uline shipping center)





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We still plenty of cans to go around.... if anything, we made some common cans, less common!
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Ed still has 50-60 cases of 80s,90s,00s aluminum on his back porch
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CMD wrote:
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Ed still has 50-60 cases of 80s,90s,00s aluminum on his back porch
And what doesn't move by the end of the summer, goes to the dump!
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I am guessing you'll find more interest in some of those than cans from the 70's. So many collectors weren't keeping stuff from the 90's that there's basically NO supply of certain oddball issues. I am personally looking for a few govt. warning cans that were out for just a few months or a year then disappeared. They are devilishly difficult to find--and no one was saving them in 1990 it seems!

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I am guessing you'll find more interest in some of those than cans from the 70's. So many collectors weren't keeping stuff from the 90's that there's basically NO supply of certain oddball issues. I am personally looking for a few govt. warning cans that were out for just a few months or a year then disappeared. They are devilishly difficult to find--and no one was saving them in 1990 it seems!
Yep...the right aluminum can will get you big bucks these days. Just saw a Hamm's aluminum test go for close to $800 bucks on ebay last week. 1990's stuff is the hardest to get and I have paid $$$ for the right 1990's aluminum can a couple of times (Aloha Lager comes to mind) and would do so again for the right can. I have been looking for some 1990's aluminum cans produced for Western Family Grocers in Tumwater, WA and a Rainier export (both for sale in Canada only). I have been looking forever for one of the two 1990's Lone Star LA Beer aluminum cans produced by G. Heileman. They just don't exist out there and price will reflect rarity.

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Post by Cap-Sealed » Tue Jun 26, 2018 11:31 am

We may have some of those Lone Stars, but which box is the question. Dan said Steve Fetnandas even needed a Pabst Draft from Texas. It is fun to look at the old BCCA News Reports from the 80s & 90s and check out the new issues....we have most of them just in the doubles. We haven't even touched the collection cans yet....
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Post by Dixie Dave » Tue Jun 26, 2018 4:43 pm

Got another weird aluminum for you to watch out for: Fischer's Light by Royal. I stocked hundreds of cases of those stupid things at Winn-Dixie and I thought i saved one for the collection. I didn't. I'd also save any Fischer's Beer from Royal or Hanley in New Orleans. There are all kinds of variations of the beer and I think I need a couple of them but don't know which ones. Also keep any New Orleans Best beer or light or Nite LIfe Malt Liquor. Surprisingly tough cans I can move at any larger show if I have some.
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Post by CMD » Wed Jun 27, 2018 4:29 pm

will keep an eye out ...found some weird stuff from royal this past weekend
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Post by Dixie Dave » Thu Jun 28, 2018 1:19 pm

From my experience, those oddball brands from Royal actually move at larger shows or more distant shows from New Orleans. Some of them are rather rare. Good rule of thumb- keep the crimped steel. Dixie only did crimped steel for like a few months and none of those are very common.
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pinnacle-project wrote:
Tue Jun 19, 2018 9:49 pm
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All my boxes and tape are free from ebay.
I did not realize ebay gives free boxes and tape to some sellers. I assume it is based on volume. Do you know what the specific criteria is? Like anyone, I get free boxes from the post office but they are only good for Priority Mail. For First Class Mail, I buy small boxes at Walmart for around fifty cents each.
The USPS will also give you free priority and flat rate boxes along with tape labels etc for free and ship them to your house for free. Just go to USPS website and sign up for an account and order away. They come in 25-50 pack boxes depending on the size(s) you get. I still have a bunch kicking around from when i used to sell a lot on ebay. Also many of the sizes available can't be had at most PO's either so it's better to order them than ask at the PO. PO wont give you tape either.

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Dixie Dave wrote:
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Got another weird aluminum for you to watch out for: Fischer's Light by Royal. I stocked hundreds of cases of those stupid things at Winn-Dixie and I thought i saved one for the collection. I didn't. I'd also save any Fischer's Beer from Royal or Hanley in New Orleans. There are all kinds of variations of the beer and I think I need a couple of them but don't know which ones. Also keep any New Orleans Best beer or light or Nite LIfe Malt Liquor. Surprisingly tough cans I can move at any larger show if I have some.
I have the N-O Best beer, light, + Nite Life. BUT finding them is the same trouble as Dan only multiplied by 10!





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Just upgraded my Trophy Beer 3.2% from the collection.... Dan & I went thru the totes yesterday to get an idea of what we're bringing to Canvention. This one just popped out.... Dan also added an oddball 11oz Lucky to the shelf too.
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Cap-Sealed wrote:
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We may have some of those Lone Stars, but which box is the question. Dan said Steve Fetnandas even needed a Pabst Draft from Texas. It is fun to look at the old BCCA News Reports from the 80s & 90s and check out the new issues....we have most of them just in the doubles. We haven't even touched the collection cans yet....
There is Pabt Draft from Pearl on ebay right now.

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[/quote]

There is Pabt Draft from Pearl on ebay right now.

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[/quote]

yep , just found another
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CMD wrote:
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There is Pabt Draft from Pearl on ebay right now.

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yep , just found another
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Re: We will be busy for a while

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Post by CMD » Mon Aug 06, 2018 10:39 am

Look for me in Omaha, I get there that Wednesday....bringing at least 15 totes of cans...I just went through every box and cherry picked the best cans....good tabs , flats and cones. I'll also start listed some better stuff on ebay until then

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Wanted Frederick's cone ,Balboa IRTP by Southern Finer, Flavor ale by Monarch, Little Imp, gold IRTP Finer Flavor by Southern, Lucky Lager OI Withdrawn free, Leidigs deluxe cone, white/gold Imperial from Maier, Tornbergs WF cone, Golden Pilsener zip, Rainier OD cone,Niborg,Acme 3.2% on side panel, Rio Grande Lager ball knob, Malt Syrup tins or labels,Utah & New Mexico and CA breweriana,Uncle Dan's Root beer signs ,I-7 openers needed....BALBOA,UNION, ROGER WILLIAMS ALE

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Re: We will be busy for a while

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Post by kruegerbock » Tue Aug 07, 2018 9:08 am

Bring Jersey stuff and oddball tabs!
please
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Re: We will be busy for a while

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Post by CMD » Mon Aug 27, 2018 8:10 pm

Bringing 6 totes of pre-75 tabs and 18 totes of flats and cones...I arrive Tuesday evening...see ya there

Cheers

Dan
The PFD reincarnated and lives in CO

http://www.beercanmuseum.com

Wanted Frederick's cone ,Balboa IRTP by Southern Finer, Flavor ale by Monarch, Little Imp, gold IRTP Finer Flavor by Southern, Lucky Lager OI Withdrawn free, Leidigs deluxe cone, white/gold Imperial from Maier, Tornbergs WF cone, Golden Pilsener zip, Rainier OD cone,Niborg,Acme 3.2% on side panel, Rio Grande Lager ball knob, Malt Syrup tins or labels,Utah & New Mexico and CA breweriana,Uncle Dan's Root beer signs ,I-7 openers needed....BALBOA,UNION, ROGER WILLIAMS ALE

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