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    Some of the less common cans in the collection

    These cans are small and not marked with what kind of powder was in them. What you see is all the labeling they have.

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    I remember the Herter's cans. They were around in the mid 60s when I started to load. (and Herter's was nearby) and I think I have seen the Bonanza can. (maybe sold through Gopher Shooter's Supply)

    Thanks for sharing all the cool stuff you find!

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    Very cool cans!
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    Interesting, I always like seeing the older stuff. thanks for posting
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