An East Coast Treasure Find!

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An East Coast Treasure Find!


Post by Tinman »

A BIG Thanks goes out to long time friend and fellow RB'r Curt for making sure
these found a good home. Sometime during the fall Curt was out for a tour on the east
coast where he resides and came across three soda cans in a antique mall, he reached out to me
knowing that I save soda cans asking if they were worth the trip back to pick them up.
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I told him I'd never had an opportunity to acquire a Sobeys so Yes please next chance
you're that way pick them up. After several weeks of waiting in anticipation the email
finally arrived, they were boxed up and on their way to me. :smt026

Thanks again Curt!


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Collector of Canadian Steel Beer & Soda cans and any vintage Canadian Breweriana.

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Re: An East Coast Treasure Find!


Post by curt »

My Pleasure Dave!! Once we get back to normal hopefully I will be finding more! Lots of places to check out here!" onclick=";return false;

Collector of pre 1970 Canadian cans , tabs I like,Yuengling cans, US cones, Canadian trays and PA,NY Trays

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