Dating tin types
This is accurate for the yellow version, which was the first Altes crowntainer that was used.
For example, the yellow label Altes Beer (192-01) and silver label Altes Beer (192-04) both show a copyright date of 1941.Based on the results of potential candidates, the app allows the user to anonymously like another user by swiping right or pass by swiping left on them.If two users like each other it then results in a "match" and they are able to chat within the app.These cans had a statement saying Withdrawn Free of Internal Revenue Tax for Exportation and usually carried the statement Made in the U. Just nine crowntainer cans carried such statements: Beer (192-6), Eblings Extra Special (193-9), Ebling Premium Beer (193-14L), Fitzgeralds Burgomaster Beer (193-34), Fort Pitt Beer (194-8), Hudepohl Pure Lager Beer (195-23), Old Topper Lager Beer (197-35), Trenton Old Stock Beer (199-11), and Tru Blu White Seal Beer (199-15).Crowntainer was a trademark by the Crown Cork and Seal Company that was registered with the US Patent Office & Trademark Office (USPTO).Unfortunately, very few breweries included both pieces of information.
Some breweries placed copyright statements on their cans.
Nearly 80% of crowntainers carry an IRTP statement. In the case of IRTP statement, there was another exception.
Cans produced in the United States for export to other countries for civilians and also those produced for the military during WWII. Beginning in 1936 and continuing until March 30, 1950, any beer can produced for military use had to carry the Withdrawn statement.
After Prohibition, brewers had to pay Federal Excise tax on every barrel of beer that they produced (while still in the vat).
Starting June 1, 1935, the US Government mandated that all beer containers have a specific tax-paid statement printed on them.
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