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  • Dawna Moore

    Cold drinks tasted colder in these aluminum cups, but they sweated alot

  • Deb Click Spicer

    Aluminum drinking glasses, My Aunt had these and we loved them and still talk about these today. Just takes us back in time.

  • Genevieve Walker

    Aluminum tumblers the best way to keep cold drinks cold: Our Aunt Bonnie' summer family reunion. DA-H

  • Joan Clark

    Remember these? Colorful metal cups. Aunt Helen had these.

  • lisa w

    Aluminum glass set with the pitcher. For cold drinks. And if you held them too long, your hands got cold too!

  • Ricki Burleigh

    Aluminum drinking glasses delivered by our milkman! These were filled with cottage cheese. These bring back such great memories!

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