Here are a few junkers I have. I found two boxes of flat tops out in the garage the other day that I had forgot about even having. I think they are all metal, but do not remember what kind of tops they have.
As a kid beer cans were my start before bottles. Just more colorfully and interesting to me at the time. Ended up trading my whole collection except these for a set of tires!
I have most of the Balto steel and cones. Ones I need now are the $400-$3000 ones. So unlesss they are burried in a bottle in a dump I don't think I'll be finding them.
Brokenshovel, looks like you like Maryland cans. I have a few of those. I see 2 cans I'd be very Interested in. If you want to make a Few Hundred $$ I'd be interested in 2 of them if you want to sell? Let me know? E-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org THANKS, LEON.
THAT KOPPER KETTLE CONE TOP I FOUND SOME OF THEM YEARS AGO IN NORTHERN ST LOUIS COUNTY MINN, I STILL HAVE THE BEST ONE, THAT CAN IS SUPER TOUGH CAN , GREAT PICTURES THE GRAIN BELT CAN IS NICE AS WELL THAT DESIGN WAS NOT OUT VERY LONG
Minnesota Digger, There is 2 different Variations of that Kopper Kettle, One with Quality First under beer & the other with Internal Revenue Tax Paid under beer. My Quality first is the tougher one of the 2. I need the other one though if you have one for sale. Let me know? THANKS, LEON.
My Camera Battery died right when I (we) started finding good stuff. SO, I don't have to many good pics & Toms pics are not very good. for some reason his picture size in KB's are big but the actual...