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Flat Top Cans
 

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FT-G-1  Georges Brown Ale

FT-G-2  Georges Light Ale  30 Metal Box

   

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FT-G-3  Gold Star Ale

FT-G-4  Golden Export Beer  Metal Box  “store cold – serve cool”

FT-G-5  Golden Export Beer  Metal Box  “minimum contents 9 2/3 fl oz”

   

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FT-G-6  Golden Hop Ale

FT-G-7  Guinness  Metal Box  “average contents 10 fluid ozs.”

FT-G-8  Guinness  Metal Box  contents in 3 units

FT-G-9a  Guinness  Metal Box  “minimum contents 9 2/3 fluid ozs.”

FT-G-9b  Guinness  Metal Box  “minimum contents 9 2/3 fluid ozs.”, top: harp

FT-G-10  Guinness  Metal Box  “minimum contents 9 2/3 fluid ozs brewed in Dublin”

FT-G-11a  Guinness Extra Stout  30Metal Box  “canned at the brewery”, “Guinness” under harp, 5 notches seam

FT-G-11b  Guinness Extra Stout  30Metal Box  “canned at the brewery”, “Guinness” under harp, 3 notches seam

   

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FT-G-12  Guinness Extra Stout  “Hope & Anchor Breweries ltd.”

FT-G-13  Guinness Extra Stout  30Metal Box  “canned for Guinness by 4512”

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FT-G-14  Guinness Extra Stout  28Metal Box  “canned for Guinness by 4514”

FT-G-15  Guinness Extra Stout  30 Metal Box  “canned for Guinness by 4515”

FT-G-16  Guinness Extra Stout  33Metal Box  “canned for Guinness by 4516”

FT-G-17  Guinness Extra Stout  30Metal Box  “canned for Guinness by 4518”

FT-G-18a  Guinness Extra Stout  30Metal Box  “canned at the brewery”, beige label, old opening instructions

FT-G-18b  Guinness Extra Stout  30Metal Box  “canned at the brewery”, orange label

   

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FT-G-19  Guinness Extra Stout  28Metal Box  Arthur Guinness Son & Co (Dublin) Ltd

FT-G-20  Guinness Extra Stout  28Metal Box  “4511”, Arthur Guinness Son & Co (Dublin) Ltd

   

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FT-G-21  Guinness Extra Stout  30Metal Box  “4515”, “Arthur Guinness Son & Co (Park Royal) Ltd”

FT-G-22  Guinness Extra Stout  33Metal Box  “4516”, “Arthur Guinness Son & Co (Park Royal) Ltd”

FT-G-23  Guinness Extra Stout  28Metal Box  “4517”, “Arthur Guinness Son & Co (Park Royal) Ltd”

FT-G-24a  Guinness Extra Stout  Metal Box  “4522”, orange label, 3 notches seam

FT-G-24b  Guinness Extra Stout  Metal Box  “4522”, beige label, 5 notches seam, top: “…Guinness di dublino…”

Straight Steel Cans

SS-G-1  Gateway Brown Ale  nm

SS-G-2  Gateway Brown Ale  nm  "brewed in the United Kingdom"  

SS-G-3  Gateway Lager  nm 

SS-G-4  Gateway Lager  nm  "brewed in the United Kingdom"

SS-G-5  Gateway Light Ale  nm

SS-G-6  Gateway Light Ale  nm  "brewed in the United Kingdom"

SS-G-7a  Gold Label No.1 Sparkling Barley Wine  Crown Cork Company  contents in 3 units

SS-G-7b  Gold Label No.1 Sparkling Barley Wine  Reads  contents in 3 units

SS-G-8  Gold Label  No.1 Sparkling Barley Wine  Crown Cork Company  "27,5 cl 9.68 fl oz"

SS-G-9a  Golden Export Beer  nm  “minimum contents 9 2/3 fl oz”, zip top

SS-G-9b  Golden Export Beer  nm  “minimum contents 9 2/3 fl oz”

SS-G-10  Green Top Pale Ale  nm

SS-G-11  Grünhalle Lager Beer  nm  “brewed by Greenall Whitley & Co. Ltd., Warrington U.K”

SS-G-12  Grünhalle Lager Beer  Reads  “brewed by Greenall Whitley & Co. Ltd., Warrington”

SS-G-13  Grünhalle Lager Beer  Reads  “brewed by Greenall Whitley & Co. Ltd., Warrington”, seamless

SS-G-14  Guinness Metal Box  “minimum contents 9 2/3 fluid ozs.”

SS-G-15  Guinness  Metal Box  “minimum contents 9 2/3 fluid ozs brewed in Dublin”

SS-G-16  Guinness  nm  "Extra Stout brewed in Dublin Ireland", repeated words “Guinness” are 85mm

SS-G-17a  Guinness  Crown Cork Company  "Extra Stout brewed in Dublin Ireland", bottom: “Travellers Fare”

SS-G-17b  Guinness  nm  "Extra Stout brewed in Dublin Ireland"

SS-G-17c  Guinness  nm  "Extra Stout brewed in Dublin Ireland",  “Guinness” in red/light tan

SS-G-18a  Guinness  Crown Cork Company  "Extra Stout brewed in London England"

SS-G-18b  Guinness  nm  "Extra Stout brewed in London England", bottom: “British Rail Catering”

SS-G-19a  Guinness  Metal Box  “Arthur Guinness Son & Co Dublin Ltd in Dublin Ireland”, top: “top aluminium”

SS-G-19b  Guinness  Metal Box  “Arthur Guinness Son & Co Dublin Ltd in Dublin Ireland”

SS-G-20a  Guinness  Metal Box  “Arthur Guinness Son & Co”, ”The” starts halfway “G”

SS-G-20b  Guinness  Metal Box  “Arthur Guinness Son & Co”, ”The” starts halfway “G”, bottom: "British Rail Catering"

SS-G-21  Guinness  Crown Cork Company  “Arthur Guinness Son & Co”, text expands the word “Guinness”

SS-G-22a  Guinness  Reads  “Guinness” vertically (bottom to top), older ring pull

SS-G-22b  Guinness  Reads  “Guinness” vertically (bottom to top)

SS-G-23  Guinness Extra Stout  Reads  "brewed in Dublin Ireland", back; "9 2/3 fl. oz 275 ml", silver lines

SS-G-24a  Guinness Extra Stout  nm  text expands the line "brewed in Dublin Ireland"

SS-G-24b  Guinness Extra Stout  nm  text expands the line "brewed in Dublin Ireland", bottom: "Travellers Fare"

SS-G-25a  Guinness Extra Stout  Crown Cork Company  “9 2/3 FLUID OZS. 275ML.",  black label

SS-G-25b  Guinness Extra Stout  Crown Cork Company  “9 2/3 FLUID OZS. 275ML.",  dark-brown label

SS-G-26a Guinness Extra Stout  Crown Cork Company   “275 ml 9.68 fl oz”

SS-G-26b  Guinness Extra Stout  Crown Cork Company  “275 ml 9.68 fl oz”, bottom: “Travellers Fare”

SS-G-27a  Guinness Extra Stout  nm  “275 ml 9.68 fl oz”, contents info in small font

SS-G-27b  Guinness Extra Stout  nm  “275 ml 9.68 fl oz”, contents info in small font, bottom: “Travellers Fare”

SS-G-28a  Guinness Extra Stout  Reads  "London England", back; "9 2/3 fl oz 275ml", seam; silver lines, orange

SS-G-28b  Guinness Extra Stout  Reads  "London England", back; "9 2/3 fl oz 275ml", seam; silver lines, yellow

SS-G-29a  Guinness Extra Stout  nm  "London England", back;" 9 2/3 fl oz 275ml"

SS-G-29b  Guinness Extra Stout  nm  "London England", back;" 9 2/3 fl oz 275ml", misprint

SS-G-30  Guinness Extra Stout  Crown Cork Company  "London England", back; ”9 2/3 Fluid OZS. 275 ml"

SS-G-31  Guinness Extra Stout  nm  “London England” & “275 ml 9.68 fl oz”

SS-G-32  Guinness  Triple Stout  nm  “XXX”

Crimped Steel Cans

CS-G-1  Gateway Brown Ale  nm  "brewed in the United Kingdom"

CS-G-2  Gateway Lager  nm  "brewed in the United Kingdom"

CS-G-3  Gateway Light Ale  nm  "brewed in the United Kingdom"

CS-G-4a  Gold Label No.1 Sparkling Barley Wine  Reads  "27,5 cl 9.68 fl oz"

CS-G-4b  Gold Label No.1 Sparkling Barley Wine  Reads  "27,5 cl 9.68 fl oz", misprint

CS-G-5  Gold Label No.1 Sparkling Barley Wine  Crown Cork Company  "27,5 cl 9.68 fl oz" small font, “D” ends at the end of “&”

CS-G-6a  Gold Label No.1 Sparkling Barley Wine  Crown Cork Company  barcode added

CS-G-6b  Gold Label No.1 Sparkling Barley Wine   nm  barcode added

CS-G-7  Grünhalle Lager Beer  nm “Warrington U.K.”

CS-G-8  Grünhalle Lager  nm  “9 2/3 fl oz 275 ml”, “Jersey C.I.”

CS-G-9  Grünhalle Lager  Crown Cork Company  “275 ml 9.68 fl oz”, “Jersey C.I.”

CS-G-10  Guinness Extra Stout  nm  “brewed in Dublin Ireland”, "9 2/3 fl. oz 275 ml"

CS-G-11  Guinness Extra Stout  Crown Cork Company  “brewed in Dublin Ireland”, “275 ml 9.68 fl oz”

CS-G-12  Guinness Extra Stout  Reads  “275 ml 9.68 fl oz”, contents info in small font

CS-G-13  Guinness Extra Stout  nm  text expands the line "brewed in Dublin Ireland" “275 ml 9.68 fl oz”

CS-G-14  Guinness Extra Stout  nm  “brewed in Dublin Ireland”, “You Toucan get a 50p voucher free” 1980 promotion can

CS-G-15  Guinness Extra Stout  nm  "brewed in London England", back;" 9 2/3 fl oz 275ml"

CS-G-16a  Guinness Extra Stout  Crown Cork Company  “London England”, “275 ml 9.68 fl oz”

CS-G-16b  Guinness Extra Stout  nm  “London England”, “275 ml 9.68 fl oz”

CS-G-16c  Guinness Extra Stout   nm  “London England”, “275 ml 9.68 fl oz”, misprint

CS-G-17a  Guinness Extra Stout  Crown Cork Company  “You Toucan get a 50p voucher free” 1980 promotion can

CS-G-17b  Guinness Extra Stout  nm  “You Toucan get a 50p voucher free” 1980 promotion can

CS-G-18  Guinness Extra Stout  Reads  “275” ends under “Brewed”, “Wanted Reward 1₤”  1981 promotion can

CS-G-19  Guinness Extra Stout  Reads  “275” ends under “Brewed”

CS-G-20  Guinness Extra Stout  Crown Cork Company  “275” ends under “Brewed”, “Wanted Reward 1₤”  1981 promotion can

CS-G-21  Guinness Extra Stout  Am Can Com  “London England”, “275” ends under “Brewed”

CS-G-22  Guinness Extra Stout  nm  “London England” & “275 ml 9.68 fl oz”

CS-G-23  Guinness Extra Stout  nm  “London England” & “275 ml 9.68 fl oz”, “Wanted Reward 1₤” 1981 promotion can

CS-G-24a  Guinness Extra Stout  Am Can Com

CS-G-24b  Guinness Extra Stout  Crown Cork Company

CS-G-25a  Guinness Extra Stout  Crown Cork Company  “SAVE THE TOUCAN” 1982 promotion can

CS-G-25b  Guinness Extra Stout  Am Can Com  “SAVE THE TOUCAN” 1982 promotion can

CS-G-26a  Guinness Extra Strong Stout  Crown Cork Company  address in chain, text on side in red

CS-G-26b  Guinness Extra Strong Stout  nm  address in chain, text on side in red

CS-G-27a  Guinness Extra Strong Stout  Crown Cork Company  text on side in gold

CS-G-27b  Guinness Extra Strong Stout  Crown Cork Company  text on side in gold,  misprint

Extruded Steel Cans

ES-G-1a  Gold Label No.1 Sparkling Barley Wine  Nacanco4  top: “claim your £££ refund”

ES-G-1b  Gold Label No.1 Sparkling Barley Wine  Nacanco4  top: “best before end”

ES-G-1c  Gold Label No.1 Sparkling Barley Wine  Nacanco4  top: “whitbread best before end”

ES-G-2  Gold Label No.1 Sparkling  Barley Wine  Nacanco  "Money Back Challenge" 1983 promotion can

ES-G-3  Gold Label Very Strong Special Beer  Nacanco  “best before” as third line

ES-G-4  Gold Label Very Strong Special Beer  TDV H848  “Original Gravity” as second line

ES-G-5  Gold Label Very Strong Special Beer  TDV E143  "alcohol 10.9% vol." as second line

ES-G-6  Guinness Extra  TDV H833  “Serve Cool”

ES-G-7  Guinness Extra Stout  nm  “London England” & “275 ml 9.68 fl oz”

ES-G-8a  Guinness Extra Stout  Nacanco 4  cream band at top, yellow label

ES-G-8b  Guinness Extra Stout  Nacanco 4  cream band at top, yellow label top: ‘best before’

ES-G-8b  Guinness Extra Stout  Nacanco 4  cream band at top, beige label, top: ‘best before’

ES-G-9 Guinness Extra Stout  Con Can Com W576  "brewed in Dublin Ireland", “SAVE THE TOUCAN” 1982

ES-G-10  Guinness Extra Stout  Nacanco4  “best before - see date on end of can” under label

ES-G-11  Guinness Extra Stout  Nacanco  “best before - see date on end of can” on side

All Aluminium Cans

AA-G-1a  Gold Label Number One Barley Wine  Nacanco  Nacanco- mark below text, top: “best before end”

AA-G-1b  Gold Label Number One Barley Wine  Nacanco  Nacanco- mark below text, top: “whitbread best before end”

AA-G-2  Gold Label Number One Barley Wine  Nacanco  Nacanco- mark left below text, top: “whitbread best before end”

AA-G-3  Gold Label Number One Barley Wine  Nacanco  info in 3 lines

AA-G-4a  Gold Label Very Strong Special Beer  Con Can Com  “original gravity” as second line

AA-G-4b  Gold Label Very Strong Special Beer  Nacanco  “original gravity” as second line

AA-G-5  Gold Label Very Strong Special Beer  Nacanco  third line: “Whitbread & Co. plc”

AA-G-6  Gold Label Very Strong Special Beer  Nacanco  second line: "alcohol 10.9% vol."

AA-G-7  Gold Label Very Strong Special Beer  Nacanco  “Powerfull Offer” 1990 promotion can

AA-G-8a  Gold Label Very Strong Special Beer  Nacanco  pull-tab, text in 3 lines

AA-G-8b  Gold Label Very Strong Special Beer  Nacanco  stay-tab, text in 3 lines

AA-G-9  Gold Label Very Strong Special Beer  Gerro Kaiser  “1000 Personalised Gold Labels” 1991 promotion can

AA-G-10  Gold Label Very Strong Special Beer  Gerro Kaiser  “Quality Brass Picture Frames” 1992 promotion can

AA-G-11a  Gold Label Very Strong Special Beer  Con Can Com  text in 4 lines

AA-G-11b  Gold Label Very Strong Special Beer  Gerro Kaiser  text in 4 lines

AA-G-12a  Guinness Extra  Con Can Com  “Serve Cool”

AA-G-12b  Guinness Extra  Nacanco  “Serve Cool”

AA-G-13  Guinness Extra  Nacanco  "alc 4.3%"

AA-G-14  Guinness Extra Stout  nm  “brewed in Dublin Ireland”, text in 3 lines

AA-G-15  Guinness Extra Stout  Metal Box  “SAVE THE TOUCAN” 1982 promotion can

AA-G-16  Guinness Extra Stout  Con Can Com W113  “original gravity 1038-1042",  “best before-see date on end”

AA-G-17  Guinness Extra Stout  Con Can Com W648  "original gravity 1040-1044", “see date on end of can”

AA-G-18  Guinness Extra Stout  Con Can Com W648  "original gravity 1040-1044", “see date on end of can”

AA-G-19  Guinness Extra Stout  ConCanComW651  “brewed in London”, "1040-1044", “end of month see base”

AA-G-20  Guinness Extra Stout  ConCanComW118   “brewed in London”, "1038-1042", “end of month see base”

AA-G-21  Guinness Extra Stout  Con Can Com  “brewed in Dublin, Guinness”

AA-G-22  Guinness Original  Nacanco  “best before end of month shown on end of can”

AA-G-23a  Guinness Original  Con Can Com  “best before date shown on end of can”

AA-G-23b  Guinness Original  Gerro Kaiser  “best before date shown on end of can”

AA-G-24a  Guinness Original  Gerro Kaiser  "brewed in Ireland and London”, factory mark under barcode

AA-G-24b  Guinness Original  Gerro Kaiser  "brewed in Ireland and London”, factory mark on side

AA-G-25  Guinness Original  Con Can Com  “brewed in Ireland and London”

AA-G-26  Guinness Original  Gerro Kaiser  “brewed in Ireland”