I’m looking for old beer and soda cans, especially the kind that needed to be opened with a "church key" can opener, usually called "punch tops" or "flat tops." Also interested in cone top cans (the kind with a spout like a gas additive can). I will drive long distances and pay very well for cans I need, and I am also interested in entire can collections. Whether you have 5,000 cans or only just one, if it's old and in good condition, I'd like to know about it, and I’d love to see PHOTOS.
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Great area brands of yesteryear include: STERLING ALE, COOK’S 500 ALE, FALLS CITY, OERTEL’S BOCK, FEHR’S, GOLDCREST 51, CHAMPAGNE VELVET, DREWRY’S ALE, REDTOP, BRUCK’S, TWENTY GRAND ALE, BARBAROSSA, MAVERICK, OLD CROWN, BURGER ALE, WIEDEMANN, ROYAL AMBER, and many, many more…
Also interested in signs, trays, tap knobs, clocks, and other brewery items from BEFORE 1970.
Most cans made after 1970 have no cash value; I am looking for cans made before that date! Cans I do NOT want include: Billy Beer, World's Fair, J.R. Ewing Private Stock, MASH 4077th, Harley Davidson, World's Fair, Schmidt's scenes, Sterling KY Derby cans, and pretty much anything made of aluminum. One exception: I am interested in any and all cans made by Evansville Brewing Company.
Hope to hear from you! Email is the best way to reach me, especially with attached PHOTOS of what you have. Thanks! - Mark.