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We like to acknowledge the authors and involved parties that are making these composite lists possible. When asked what he'd like to have posted, here is what Steve Fernandes (Texascans) sent:

I'm a fat SOB with OCD that has collected on and off since 1971. I have narrowed my collecting down to Texas and Louisiana cans along with clean cones. This project is a collaboration so far with Mike Lombardo (LongHornMike), Steve Fisher, Charlie Staats and Edward Hicks (OldMoneyTexan). The ultimate goal is to have an online reference with pics like Randy K has done with Michigan cans.

Well Steve, on behalf of the Composite Forum, we thank you and your crew for a job well done! :smt023
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What are the time parameters here? is there a cutoff date for this, or do we want to go all the way to currents?
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We don't really have any parameters set in place for this forum. It's more of a repository for composite lists. Lists can be as general or specific as the authors want them to be. If you want to go as far as currents, please do so.

The Colorado list I'm working on will only encompass the steel cans between 1935-1975. The exception being the aluminum flats Coors put out in the 1960's. If someone wants to step up & do all the Coors commemoratives & micros that have canned beer, they're more than welcome to do a list covering them.
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Dave - the goal for us Texas and Louisiana folks is to bring it up to the currents. I used the USBC I & II as a starting point but I'd love to take a stab at all the aluminum stuff as well. I just received the ABC book and I know that Mike Lombardo has a lot of those cans. Feel free to add whatever you'd like.


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List updated September 17.
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In regards to the listed Regals on the composite. It describes 121-36 & 121-37 as being different due to the color of the ribbon below Prince Regal. The picture below of my dumpers shows a side panel difference. The fronts of mine are the same (yellow ribbons).
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Thanks for putting this up Tom. Before it gets added to the composite list and for clarification, are the 2 cans you have pictured USBC 121-36 with the yellow ribbon and now having 2 side panel differences?
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Scott Rollert wrote:Thanks for putting this up Tom. Before it gets added to the composite list and for clarification, are the 2 cans you have pictured USBC 121-36 with the yellow ribbon and now having 2 side panel differences?
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Alrighty then, I'll add in the difference with the side panels. I'm thinking of making one "printed text" and the other "scripted text". Sound good?

Jan. 19- different panels added to list.
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