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Old 01-19-2014, 12:33 PM   #1
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Default Price Lowered - Stackable German Heavy Duty Plastic Beer Crates/Racks w/Bottles

I am selling 10 more stackable plastic German beer crates/racks. The crates are in good shape with some scuffs from use. They hold 20 bottles and have individual 3" x 3" slots for each bottle so bottles don’t rattle or tip. The bottles are all 0.5 liters and have a few scuffs from use (German returnables), but are structurally sound. The bottles are not swing-tops, but are pry off tops and are thick walled. All bottles are clean and the labels have been removed.

I have 5 of each style shown.

Price: Crate with 20 bottles is $25
I had listed some before for $35 dollars, but sold them reduced.

Each crate is made from heavy duty plastic and measures 16"x11"x11.5" They are fully stackable and great for storage or transport.

I am located in Connellsville, Southwestern Pennsylvania and not interested in shipping these, however I will consider it if I don’t have local interest.

(Due to weight and size, shipping is typically $20 - $25 Standard Post.)

Pm me if interested or with questions.

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Empty Case
Bottle Shape and Average Wear
All Cases Stacked (The bottles are in some cases upside down.)

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Old 01-23-2014, 05:08 PM   #2
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I have 8 left.

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Hi! Was curious if you had any left? I'm north of Pittsburgh, and might be interested in a few crates.

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Yes, I do have some left. My mom lives in Armstrong county. Do you live near on in Armstrong? Please send me a PM. Thanks.

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Yes, I do have some left. My mom lives in Armstrong county. Do you live near on in Armstrong? Please send me a PM. Thanks.
Sent you a PM...look forward to hearing from you!
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Old 02-02-2014, 01:03 PM   #6
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Are these from "1878" beer?


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Yes, Urtyp 1878. I have some left with the labels on them. They have the boar's head on them.

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Great to hear from you. I replied to you. I do have some left.
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I have sold the cleaned bottles, but do have some crates with bottles that still have their labels on them. The bottles and crates are in good condition, but they are dusty and the labels are in poor condition. All bottles have been stored upside down, so the inside of the bottles are clean. The labels are easily removed with just a soak in hot water.

The price of these crates w/bottles (500ml) is still $25. I will no longer ship these, so please PM me if interested in picking them up.

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