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Fort Pitt Beer Can From WW2- I was given this can in the 70's by a friend of my fathers. It was found on one of the "Hulks Of Powell River" The Hulks

hemihampton

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That's a nice can. called a Crowntainer Cone Top. When it comes to Olive Drab Camouflage cans the Fort Pitt is one of the more Common ones. I've had a few different olive drab cans & been through a few of the Fort Pitt. I once got one from a guy that said he found alot of them on a Military base here in USA. Most were sent overseas which is why most will say on them Withdrawnfree of Internal Revenue Tax for Exportation. LEON.
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That's a nice can. called a Crowntainer Cone Top. When it comes to Olive Drab Camouflage cans the Fort Pitt is one of the more Common ones. I've had a few different olive drab cans & been through a few of the Fort Pitt. I once got one from a guy that said he found alot of them on a Military base here in USA. Most were sent overseas which is why most will say on them Withdrawnfree of Internal Revenue Tax for Exportation. LEON.
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