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 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.
This month we feature dozens of rare zip-top, fan top, juice top, and ring top beer cans. We also have a strong assemblage of flat top cans, including some real hum-dingers. Also note the scarce and rare trays, and taps. As usual, check your shelves, as minor variations abound.
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.