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Coca Cola864 of 22771940, 20"x28", Coca-Cola Tin Sign1950's Alumn Coke Carriers
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Posted 2 years ago

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uniqantiq
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I actually just acquired this about 2 hours ago from a building supplies warehouse that had it lying around.

I absolutely love Coca-Cola, and although I am only 23 years old...I don't think I will ever join the Pepsi Generation. Thus, I immediately fell in love with this table because of it's extra unique shape and nostalgia it carried for me. I am a beer connossieur and I highly regard my quality brews and bottle-ware from around the world. I had collected various vintage bottleware from pepsi, fanta, coca-cola and sprite as well so it just made sense to grab this table right then and there.

Dimensions are 36" in diameter and approx. 29" in height, although it also has adjustable legs to balance out the level.

It was Made In Canada exclusively for the 1997 Molson Indy in Toronto.

I've done some extensive research and I cannot find a single table that is remotely similiar to this unit here. I guess it's because Coca-Cola never actually sold them commercially for the main-stream consumer so this is something that will be extremely difficult if not downright impossible to find.

A great day for Coca-Cola memorabilia :)

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  1. Daddy_Nobucks Daddy_Nobucks, 2 years ago
    Nice table uniqantiq. Keep up the Coca-Cola collecting, it's a lot of fun. And be sure to post your finds here so we can enjoy your style. Welcome.
  2. uniqantiq, 2 years ago
    @ TGBWC,

    With all due respect, I do not like to brag, however I am fortunate enough to be a little more educated than most my age. A quick fact, I had the opportunity to be a witness 1st hand to the art of brewery in the hills of Germany where the monarchs have perfected their wheat recipe for the past 400+ years. You may recognize a few brands next time your at you're local liquor store such as, Hackor Pschorr Hefe Weizen, Pauliner and Gerelsteiner to name a few. I was 18 at the time. I soak the right information in like a sponge. This is exactly why I have slowly started getting into collecting .

    I am fascinated by history and it's mutual effect it has on us when we have a piece of it.

    @ Daddy_Nobucks,

    Thanks ! I appreciate it! I am in fact actually having a lot of fun with this.

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