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.
Take another look at the UK eBay bottle and you will notice it also has the LDC mark -- which the seller failed to mention. The LDC mark is discussed in the pdf I posted -- but I'm still confused --...