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I am a can collector who has not been active since 1978, would like to get in touch with other collectors... I have a small 400 can collection mostly from the 70's but I do have one rusty cone top as my claim to fame.
I am an avid collector of beer labels (Dutch brands only). Although my collection is now around 6400 labels - and counting - there is still room for more. I would especially like to hear from anyone who has material from outside the Netherlands. So, fellow-collectors out there, please get in touch!
My name is Graeme White and I live in Western Australia. I intend to build a micro brewery between 500L to 2000L brew. I am keen to find concise designs/ plans/ drawings and advice . It would be best to find this information at no cost but I am willing to pay if necessary.....I am not a wealthy man.
I recently have started collecting beer cans after 10 years away from the hobby. I at one time had over 2000 cans. I joined the army and was forced to only keep about 2 box fulls. Unfortunately I was unable to keep any doubles so I lack anything to trade. I am looking for any help or "donations of cans" that I can get. I don't even have any of the current easiest to find cans. I will put together a list of what I have and send it to you soon. Let me know if you can help and if you know anyone else I might contact. Thanks. Paul
I am a 27 year young student from Umeå in Sweden. I collect beermats and I like to switch with other collector. This to shrink my duplicate pile and increase my collection.
Serious Beer bottle cap collector in Albany, NY (USA) area looking for any and all US beer crowns, old corky's to brand new micro's, used or unused, 1 or 100. Send me an e-mail at [email protected] Hope to hear from you, my collection is stagnant.
I have a collection of old cans. Is there a market for these? Mike
What do you think?
I am also looking for old beer cans (including rusty ones). Any old can that had to be opend with a can opener (as opposed to a pull tab) would interest me. Best place to find such items is in a crawl space, covered up well, attic, wall, old building or barn, or any other place that has some protection from the elements. You can generally tell how old the cans are by looking for one of two things: (1) opening instructions on the side of the can - probably means 1930's or early 1940's, and (2) the words "Internal Revenue Tax Paid" which means prior to March 1, 1949. Anybody who thinks they have something interesting, please let me know.
I like your site! (this helps, PB)
I am a collector of the old beer cans from made from the 1930's to the 1960's. These cans had to be opened with a can opener. Some friends of mine have found them in the attic, basement, crawl space and/or under the porch.
I am looking for all kinds of unused crowncaps form all over the world. Are there any of you web surfers who also collect crowncaps and who would like to exchange crowncaps with me. I already have many contacts around the world, but I think the more the better. I can offer many interesting (beer) crowncaps from the Netherlands. Cheers.
We are 5 students in Norway connected to the net, trying to find some useful information about German beer and brewing. If you have written anything about it, and feel like sharing it with us you should reply. The best would be to get it in German!
Do you feel like helping them? Mail them!
My son is a very enthusiastic collector of beer mats. If anyone has any that they could donate, we would be grateful.
So, mail this boy and bury him under a pile of beermats!
Someone else has started counting for me though, it's a service by Nedstat