Summerville , SC

I'm a collector and dealer in Summerville SC. My personal collection includes vintage Coca Cola, vintage wood radios and advertising. I can also be reached at chaderI'm a collector and dealer in Summerville SC. My personal collection includes vintage Coca Cola, vintage wood radios and advertising. I can also be reached at chaderichsen@gmail.com (Read more)


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1939 Siloutte Coca Cola Thermometer - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
1940's-1950's Coca Cola Straws - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
Botellas miniatura de Coca Cola - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
1928 Atwater Kent Model 40 Radio - Radiosin Radios
1930's Celluloid Coca Cola Matchbook Holder - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
Early English Muzzle Loader Shotgun 
Early Farm Seed Spreader  - Tools and Hardwarein Tools and Hardware
1930's Coca Cola Pinback  - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
1900 Coca Cola Fan - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
Smith Miller Coca Cola Truck - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola


  1. Nice finds, I especially like the Indian or Natuve American for those politically correct.
  2. I concur with Mr. Signaholic.
  3. Thank you guys from wet Charleston SC! Trying to keep the CC collection, wife and dog above water....in that order :)
  4. Looks to be a Westinghouse WC-160MD "multi-drink" machine. Made late 1950's through early 1960's. Machine holds 160 bottles.
  5. Nice sign for your collection
  6. Nice gift from your wife, always nice to have a partner that enjoys collecting as well.
  7. I wouldn't touch up.
  8. Super cool collection, I really like the wooden box you have them displayed in. I'm always looking for the Coca Cola whistle. Just missed one last week.
  9. Looks great Dave, nice condition!
  10. Looks great!
  11. Thank you Trey.
  12. Thank you Dave. Yes, two skinny wax like straws.
  13. Painted crate with decorative writing with decorative rope. Not original
  14. Thank you kerry10456! BB2 - Think you mentioned Harry in a previous post, very interesting story. Looks like you weathered the storm and figured out the fishing grabber!
  15. Looks like a salesman's training film from the 1930's. Very fun find...fire up the reel to reel projector!
  16. Nice collection, really like your stand.
  17. I thought they were probably 1950's. The 1960's versions had plastic bottles from what I can gather. Thank you Dave for the nice comments.
  18. DIY Dave: http://www.diyphotography.net/make-your-own-fake-ice-cubes-for-photography-staging/ Nice find and display. Sounds like a busy schedule this summer...hope you took off a few points on your...
  19. Looks to be a face for a bottle cap clock. Someone must have painted over a couple times.
  20. Sounds like my wife and I, so great to hear your story.
  21. Yes, 1970's and maybe value around $100 to $150.
  22. no worry BB2 and thank you for the nice works about the radio!
  23. Just opened up this thread and it stinks in here. How did a radio turn into all this guys :) Thank you TubeAmp and BB2....never cease to surprise me sir. Too funny.
  24. Thank you Signaholic!
  25. Thank you kerry10456 and Daddy_Nobucks. Caperkid-ice picks are fairly common items.
  26. Thank you Scottvez. I do have a copy of the patent but it's super nice to see the link. I was always told they changed the spelling durring WW1 to make it less German with Erichsen.
  27. Thanks Trey!
  28. Great sign!
  29. Nice pick up, will look great with your collection.
  30. Thank you Rattletrap and Roycroftbooksfromme1. Scottvez - Posted a couple different photos with one showing the entire gun. Not the best, but it was early this morning.
  31. Nice find!
  32. Thank you Signaholic. I agree, not many have as much knowledge as those two.
  33. Looks great!
  34. Reminds me of my grandfather, he had a dresser drawer with small items he picked up overtime. Loved to look through it as a kid.
  35. These are hard to find in this shape considering the glass didn't break.
  36. Super nice arrangement Signaholic! Two things I noticed, Ohio license plate from 1920's and radio. Is the radio Bakelite? I grew up in Ohio...any significance to the plate?
  37. Nice machine!
  38. Thanks Pickrknows and Trey.
  39. Thanks Pickrknows and kerry10456.
  40. Thank you Dave!
  41. Hope you feel better BB2. Sounds like a beer or two will help!
  42. Looks like a 1915 Edison Diamond Disc. Nice find! https://www.kovels.com/price-guide/phonographs.html?/edison/diamond-disc-model-c250-floor-model-oak-c1915-51-12-in-illustrated=&eid=685071
  43. Thank you for the Love it's....taking a page out of Trey's book.
  44. My grandmother was the first to swim the English Channel in 1927...alright, I made that up. Thank you Dave, it's cool to put the timeframe into perspective.
  45. Thank you Roycroftbooksformmer1, kerry10456 and Trey. Appreciate the birthday wishes as well. Trey-impressive CW Love It numbers this week. Tip of the hat to ya!
  46. Thanks Sean68,Signaholic and Shareurpassion. I'm a lucky guy to have found a picking wife who enjoys collecting. Signaholic- I noticed your plate earlier...super cool. Thank you for the background...
  47. What? Three in one day...now I'm getting envious! Nice sign...have to Come picking in your neck of the woods.
  48. On a roll man! Nice find...makes my Monday seeing your posts!
  49. Beautiful Trey- looking for a good button as well.
  50. GT3- send me your email and I'll send you some information on restoration places.
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