Posted 1 year ago
One of your members suggested I post this as I'm interested to get an idea of what it might be worth. My Mum has had it for about 40 years and has kept it in perfect condition. The picture is set in a theatre soda bar. My research indicates its early 1900s. It has Trademark Reg printed in the tail of the first 'C' of Coca-Cola and Lincoln CHi in the bottom right hand corner.
Text on top reads: After the theatre, drink a cup of Coca-Cola 5c.
Bottom reads: It relieves fatigue and excitement and induces a spirit of thorough, restful satisfaction as delightful to the senses as Coca-Cola is to the sense of taste.
Sold at all founts and carbonated in bottles.
Has anyone got any thoughts? Much appreciated.