This month's Thursday night auction features a collection of 1900s-1960s California labels combined with other label offerings from other parts of the country. Pretty straightforward, actually.
This month we have some fine breweriana up for bid, from the 1960s all the way back to the pre-prohibition era. Among them are some seldom-seen Southern pieces here as well as some great Western rarities from the Utah collection of Carlos Gallegos. There is also a smattering of non-beer advertising.
Here's something different, a little-appreciated corner of the breweriana hobby: Bottles. The majority of today's offerings are the much collected Steinie and Stubby bottles from the 1930s-1960s, and the Handy or "Glass Can" bottles from the 1950s-1980s. All fit nicely on your existing can shelves.
These are the "Other Cans" - a rag-tag band of dumpers, reunion cans, Can company cans, mock-ups, test cans, banks, and error cans. Nothing great, but they're all good. Actually, we have some pretty nice items in this auction as well. All-in-all a bunch of unique stuff - that won't break the bank.
Thursday evening 335 lot auction featuring beer advertising matchcovers from the early to the mid-20th century. These represent some of the scarcest matchcovers in the breweriana-collecting hobby. There will be a flat shipping rate of $4 for US addresses, $12 overseas.
TavernTrove's Second Sunday auction for April features some of the best vintage beer cans and breweriana from the Ric Moses and other collections. Lots consist of high-grade, rare flat tops, cone tops, small cans, Serving Trays. We also have several dozen six, ten and twelve-pack holders up for bid.
TavernTrove's Second Sunday auction for March features vintage collectible beer cans from the Ric Moses collection. Lots consist mainly of high-grade cans of moderate scarcity. We also have many more full and empty six, twelve, and 24-pack holders.
This Thursday evening, TavernTrove is offering 329 lots of Pre-Prohibition brewery ephemera, some from before the Civil War. We have trade cards, brochures, booklets, and letterhead with Brewers' signatures. Many items are very rare, possibly one-of-a-kind. All are ancient survivors.
Bottle Caps, or Crowns, as the pros call them. These 336 lots mainly represent the crowns from the Ric Moses beer collection and a soda collection, being sold in lots, from here in North Carolina. For this auction, TavernTrove is offering a $5 flat shipping rate to US addresses, $15 elsewhere.
February's premier auction features more of the Ric Moses collection, including some of his better small cans, flat tops, cone tops, Instructional cans, and quarts. We also have more full and empty six and twelve-pack holders.
Thursday evening 341 lot auction featuring beer advertising matchcovers from the early to the mid-20th century. These represent some of the scarcest matchcovers in the breweriana-collecting hobby.
This week it is vintage American beer bottle, keg, and case labels from the 1890s-1960s. No wallpaper here, each label in this 326 lot auction represents a scarce example with historical and collector value. Check your books, as variations abound.
Bottle Caps, or Crowns, as the pros call them. These 330 lots mainly represent the crowns from the Ric Moses collection. They range from the fairly common to the rare, with some unusual variations. For this auction, TavernTrove is offering a $5 flat shipping rate to US addresses, $15 elsewhere.
January's premier auction features a small taste of the Ric Moses collection. He was a small can specialist but he also accumulated a quality assortment of flat tops, cone tops, and bock beer cans. He also had hundreds of full six-packs and six-pack holders, several dozen of which are here offered.
A Thursday evening auction featuring 265 vintage beer cans for the beginning to the intermediate collector. The graphics are great, and the condition is excellent. The bid increments are $1 and the shipping is LOW. Keep an eye out for variations as they, as usual, abound.
Another great breweriana auction featuring dozens of rare collectible beer cans of all varieties dating from the 1930s through the 1960s. We also have signs, serving trays, and tap handles. Look and be amazed. As usual, check your shelves, as minor variations abound.
This week it is vintage American beer bottle, keg, and case labels from the 1890s-1960s. No wallpaper here, each label in this 250 lot auction represents a scarce example with historical and collector value. Check your books, as many variations abound.
Thursday evening 250 lot auction featuring beer matchcovers from the early to the mid-20th century. Some are extremely rare. Several of the covers are in fact salesmen's samples that have no applied striking surface and were never stapled into matchbooks.
This week: Bottle Caps, or Crowns, as the experts call them. These 250 lots represent crowns from several years of TavernTrove acquisitions. They range from the fairly common to the rare, with some manufacturer variations. Check your inventory.