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Re: 10 oz cans

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Post by Small Can Glory » Fri Apr 24, 2009 9:28 am

It's funny how cans that are talked about on this board seem to often show up on eBay soon afterwards... Like this Tuborg...

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Any of you guys win it?


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Re: 10 oz cans

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Post by Mike S » Fri Apr 24, 2009 6:56 pm

Yeah ive noticed that too. On one of the older 8oz threads a bunch of cans popped on ebay that were mentioned in the thread :smt017
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Re: 10 oz cans - Encore & Cerveza Amstel

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Post by zoinkss » Sun Sep 29, 2019 1:02 pm

I have not posted in a while. Can't sit at the computer for long times anymore because of the issues still from my accident last fall. VA still has not figured out the issues.
Found these 10oz cans in a pile of unwanted cans in a hoarder's garage.
The Amstel Cerveza From Holland to Puerto Rico I had never seen before and has a small early pull ring. I have two Encore 10oz; One Encore is full with a South Carolina Tax stamp and the other has a Georgia Tax stamp but air sealed or beer leaked out some how. Both the encore 10oz are metalic. The book looks more enamel so not sure if these are different than what others have.
Luckily these were not in the bottom of the boxes as all the cans in the bottom were beer soaked from cans exploding over the years.
I found a few more Schlitz colors in there too and put them with my schlitz color variations. The purple and white one in pics are duplicates. The purple one is full.
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Re: 10 oz cans

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Post by MI-Cans » Sun Sep 29, 2019 4:59 pm

From the new BCCA International Supplement.

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Re: 10 oz cans

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Post by Dixie Dave » Sun Sep 29, 2019 5:51 pm

Small Can Glory wrote:
Thu Apr 09, 2009 4:58 pm
Yes... There's quite a few... Here are the flat top and SS brands that I am aware of...

A-1
Blatz
Bud - Many
Burgermeister
Busch - at least 3
Colt 45 - at least 2
Dixie 45
Encore
Fabasher Brau - at least 2
Falstaff - at least 2
5 Star
Jax - at least 3
Miller - Many
Old Milwaukee - at least 2
Pabst - Many
Schaefer - at least 3
Schlitz - Many
Tru Blue - 2
Tuborg

There are quite a few Puerto Rico 10oz SS's as well, if you want to go there. Some of them are pretty cool looking.
What about aluminum? Lot of 10s there. Dixie has 2, Dixie Light, Coy, Coors Light (at least 2), Milwaukee's Best, Meister Brau beer and light, Old Milwaukee Light, LA, Michelob beer and light, Stroh's beer and light, Lite by Miller- several, Schlitz light- at least 3.

Some I don't know. I know of only one Fabacher Brau and only one Falstaff. 2 or 3 Pabst.
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Re: 10 oz cans

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Post by foreigncanman » Sun Sep 29, 2019 9:56 pm

None for trade but here is a pic.
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Re: 10 oz cans

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Post by Pokey » Sun Sep 29, 2019 10:11 pm

There is one of my Holy Grail cans.
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Re: 10 oz cans

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Post by zoinkss » Sun Sep 29, 2019 11:00 pm

Thanks for the update on the Amstel Cerveza 10oz. Its a nice looking can. One of our foreign guys said its a toughy but didn't know what it was worth.
Im finding that early 10oz cans are highly underated and they look sweet on the shelf.
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Re: 10 oz cans

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Post by Longhorn Mike » Mon Sep 30, 2019 10:58 am

Here is a Jax 10oz you don't see very often. It sold on eBay a couple of days ago.

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Re: 10 oz cans

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Post by MI-Cans » Mon Sep 30, 2019 11:32 am

I created separate posts for 10oz Flats and 10oz Tab Composite(s).

TABS:
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FLATS:
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I included the images from OMT, Pokey & ForeignCanMan in that Tab Composite.

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Re: 10 oz cans

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Post by MI-Cans » Mon Sep 30, 2019 11:42 am

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Hmmm, I think if the BCCA hooked up with the Canventory software, a click of the mouse would give you a complete listing of all in the book/ books
For what it's worth, I turned in a BCCA Suggestion to hire a capable programmer to enhance the existing search functions in the Supplements. Data's already there, just add new search functions and paths and it's done. We can already search for Brands, Breweries, Cities, etc. Why not sizes, faces, lids, types of brew, etc. I got a response that it's in their plans...

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Re: 10 oz cans

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Post by foreigncanman » Tue Oct 01, 2019 9:25 am

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Hmmm, I think if the BCCA hooked up with the Canventory software, a click of the mouse would give you a complete listing of all in the book/ books
For what it's worth, I turned in a BCCA Suggestion to hire a capable programmer to enhance the existing search functions in the Supplements. Data's already there, just add new search functions and paths and it's done. We can already search for Brands, Breweries, Cities, etc. Why not sizes, faces, lids, types of brew, etc. I got a response that it's in their plans...

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Re: 10 oz cans

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Post by zoinkss » Tue Oct 01, 2019 9:41 am

I spoke with Specks yesterday and picked his brain about Am Can lines. He started in 1958 at Am can. There were a total of 15 lines running in 1958.
Of those lines most were 12oz cans. Only one was gallons and one was 10oz that would also run smaller cans like 8oz and it was not always running.
Odd sized cans are a much lower print run and a lot more scarce than the 12oz cans. Much easier to display the 10oz and smaller cans as well.
Just thought I would send since I had breakfast with Specks and he mentioned that fact.
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Re: 10 oz cans

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Post by Dixie Dave » Tue Oct 01, 2019 1:15 pm

Is there a date limit on that 10 oz tabs chart? I see a few that are missing here from the 80's and 90's. Will list if they qualify.
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Is there a date limit on that 10 oz tabs chart? I see a few that are missing here from the 80's and 90's. Will list if they qualify
No dates involved. For both, I just paged through the Supplements and when I found one added it to the list. I'm sure I missed something like I did on the Flats one. Will be re-searching the Supplement. Obviously some 80's and all the 90's won't be in the Supplements. They can certainly be added for a more complete composite.

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Re: 10 oz cans

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Post by golf_lover44 » Tue Oct 01, 2019 4:22 pm

I have over twenty 10 oz cans, all of them being stay tabs and pull tabs, and almost all of them were sold in Louisiana: Budweiser, Bud Light (regular slim and a slightly taller slim), Michelob Ultra, Coors Light, Miller Light. Then there are the older labels: Schlitz, Schlitz Light, Stroh Light, Old Milwaukee, Dixie, Old Milwaukee Light, Anheuser-Busch Natural Light, Miller High Life, and the Miller Lite can from the 70s.
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Post by Pokey » Tue Oct 01, 2019 8:39 pm

Here is my Busch 10 ounce that is not pictured. It is an air sealed can, so there is no guarantee that it was issued.
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Re: 10 oz cans

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Post by Dixie Dave » Wed Oct 02, 2019 6:17 pm

Okay, let's add some cans: Stroh's, Stroh Light, Meister Brau, Meister Brau Light, Milwaukee's Best (these appeared very briefly here), Bud Light (at least 4 or 5 different), Coors Light, Miller Lite (several), LA, at least two different Schlitz Lights, Old Milwaukee Light, and a variety of different labels for the major brands. I have a Schlitz Malt Liquor, but I think that may be a Puerto Rico can. I also have a Busch 10 ounce with no writing on the bottom band of the can. I can provide photos of cans if you want me to.

If we're working to create a master list of all known ten ounce cans, do count me in to help with that. I'm mighty curious to know what I'm missing.
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Re: 10 oz cans

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... I also have a Busch 10 ounce with no writing on the bottom band of the can. I can provide photos of cans if you want me to.
I would like to see photos of your Busch can. What cities are listed on it?

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Post by oldmoneytexan » Thu Oct 03, 2019 12:57 pm

My only oddball 10oz.

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Post by jinsequa » Fri Oct 04, 2019 12:58 am

Took me 10-15 years to find a clean Tuborg 10 oz. (got one from a Rusty Buncher finally)....not an easy can to find and seriously undervalued in the USBC.
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Post by burgiedave » Sat Oct 05, 2019 4:41 pm

Drawing from memory of 25 years ago, this was the explanation of the 10 oz Burgie can. Speaking with largest volume distributor of this SF brand, in Sacramento, the owner as sales manager of Saccani were unreserved. The brand wanted to extend the marketing area. Competition as it was, this could possibly be realized by finding a niche market. Selected target were female consumers.

Twist was to market a container size deemed more adequate for this gender. With each state unique for their alcohol law, the closest territory which would allow this odd size was Texas. With El Paso the furthest eastern distribution point, the trial run launched. And immediately flopped. Making this container extremely difficult to find.

Making it understandable that only those driving west, having left the Lone Star state and purchasing these 1950s, limited production cans, would occasionally turn up (empty), closer to their home base. During the 15 years I diligently collected the brand an on grade example never presented itself. Never owned one.

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Post by eric » Sat Oct 05, 2019 11:54 pm

I am curious as to where 10 oz cans were distributed other than Louisiana. Do they turn up in dumps in Texas or Mississippi? I have a vague recollection of someone saying New Mexico had some odd laws that may have favored 10 oz cans. Has anyone ever dumped a 10 oz Burgermeister or A-1? Also, talking to @Liquid Boy at Summerswap, I think he said he had dumped 10 oz Schlitz in Delaware. Anyone else dump any 10 oz out there?

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Post by Ted Wolfe » Sun Oct 06, 2019 12:26 am

I have dumped a 10 oz. Schlitz can with a West Virginia tax lid on it so they were sold here at one time, but thats the only one I have come across. I seem to remember dumping some 10 oz. Budweiser flats in Maryland, also.

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Post by eric » Sat Oct 12, 2019 8:21 pm

I didn't want spoil my next Rustling's article, but I better get these pics in before this thread goes dormant for another 10 years.

Also, I only have Louisiana, Delaware, and West Virginia as states where 10 ounce cans have been dumped, any additions?
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Post by Leon » Sat Oct 12, 2019 8:37 pm

I've been told many were sent to Puerto Rico. But don't know of anybody that dumps or digs there. LEON.
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Re: 10 oz cans

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Post by kamsquared » Sun Oct 13, 2019 8:13 am

eric wrote:
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Also, I only have Louisiana, Delaware, and West Virginia as states where 10 ounce cans have been dumped, any additions?
I dumped that 10oz Miller fan tab without the gold band at the Rusty Bunch Dump (Fort Wayne Canvention).
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Re: 10 oz cans

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I am curious as to where 10 oz cans were distributed other than Louisiana. Do they turn up in dumps in Texas or Mississippi? I have a vague recollection of someone saying New Mexico had some odd laws that may have favored 10 oz cans. Has anyone ever dumped a 10 oz Burgermeister or A-1? Also, talking to @Liquid Boy at Summerswap, I think he said he had dumped 10 oz Schlitz in Delaware. Anyone else dump any 10 oz out there?
I have dumped the short fat Buds in Mississippi. All the rest I ever found were in Louisiana.
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Re: 10 oz cans

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Post by Leon » Sun Oct 13, 2019 6:23 pm

I have dumped the short fat Gold & Red Split Label Buds in Alabama. LEON.
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Re: 10 oz cans

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Post by Ted Wolfe » Sun Oct 13, 2019 9:48 pm

Here is a link to an article mentioning them being sold in Maryland, and other locations.

https://www.baltimoresun.com/news/bs-xp ... story.html

and another

https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/a- ... story.html

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