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BEER CANS & BREWERY COLLECTIBLES
September/October 2016
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beer can
$123,456,789 - Lansing, IL (60438)

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Well, just met up with the grandson of a brewery worker here in PA, turns out he kept a can and its a full grade better in person vs the pictures made it look. ... See MoreSee Less

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I've wanted an upside down Oly for many years but I've never been able to get one. The Pacific NE guys and the Oly collectors always pay way too much for them (outbid me).

Today I was surprised (ecstatic!!) to find this in my mailbox.

Thanks Carl Scheurman for the fantastic surprise. It's my birthday on Friday so now I don't even need a cake!
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question does anyone out there collect old aluminum cans? i have a ton of those as well as a ton of the pop top steel, very little zip top i am looking to sell. im going to hopefully finally get some pics up here today. ... See MoreSee Less

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Meister brau steel w open top
$1 - Clinton, IA (52732)

Open top
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ok does anybody have any info on this beer can collectors of america can value please? i did a search n found nothing. if need be i will post a pic ... See MoreSee Less

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No camels, just this pretty little goat from Art's Beer Cans. Click on the link below for more pictures. all the details, and the price. ... See MoreSee Less

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Vintage pop top beer cans
$1 - Clinton, IA (52732)

Here are all my pop top older cans each row runs 5 deep if anyone is interested. Most are in pretty good shape
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Thanks to Mark Rigney, my 16 ounce Falstaff 6 city's not-so-distant cousin is here to keep it company ... See MoreSee Less

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Any suggestions on how to clean 700 cans? I'd like to get 40 years of dust and grime off. Or, just leave them alone? ... See MoreSee Less

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Art's Beer Cans just listed these cans at www.artsbeercans.com. Happy shopping! ... See MoreSee Less

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Old homemade fishing float found in an antique store. It was only $3.00!

Just a Grain Belt underneath, but still cool.

Now I just need to find the guy who used the older Fitgers J-spouts for HIS fishing floats...
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Picked this up in a box of slag. ... See MoreSee Less

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Any sleeper or value to these cans?
$100,000 - San Jose, CA (95126)

Just checking if there is a winner/s in this group of cans?
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COLLECTING FOR
FUN. ART. HERITAGE.

As a catalyst for socialization, beer and brewing have been parts of our culture for a long, long time. That includes pop culture. During the 1970s beer can collecting was one of the country’s fastest-growing hobbies among kids and adults alike. Often called a fad then, we’re here to say that beer advertising collecting is still alive and kicking, growing as fast as ever thanks to social media, online auctions, and a boom in craft brewing that’s introduced thousands of new collectibles with wild, eye-catching designs. And thanks to the fun and enjoyment it brings to those who do it.

Collecting is fun no matter how or why we do it, whether it’s to decorate a man cave, to compete with kids at school to grow a mega collection of caps, or to seek high-end vintage cans worth thousands of dollars. However or why you do it, the BCCA welcomes you; not only as a fellow fun-loving collector but as a steward of beer heritage!

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