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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1941 Coca Cola Lollipop Sign - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
1896 Celluloid Coca Cola Bookmark - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
Coca Cola Rushton Star Creation Santa - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
1950's Coca Cola Apron II. - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
Coca Cola Chewing Gum Jar  - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
1912 The Truth Booklet - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
Coca Cola Office - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
1913 Coca Cola Tray - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
1950's Coca Cola waist tie apron - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
1930's Coca Cola Pencil Box - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola


  1. Great collection and very well displayed! Think your dog is very proud to have made Collectors Weekly as well!
  2. Thank you Dave, trying to make a nice small early collection. Put the bookmark in a 3x3 magnetic frame so she doesn't fall off the shelf and becomes a meal for the dog.
  3. Happy Holiday's as well CokeKid!
  4. Thank you Trey- slightly more rust but think it will clean up some.
  5. Posted the flange sign that made me stop today that wasn't for sale. The owner said he had other items in a trailer and said I could take a look. Had a bounch of random items stacked but in the side...
  6. Light me up a smoke I'm sick of the fake vapor stick. Back in the good old days they knew real men needed a place to treasure their guilty pleasure. Nice unusual find Daddy. PS. Miss Baumann is...
  7. Thank you Dave and Mr. Blunderbuss2.
  8. She had seen some celluloid ones on eBay but didn't know the rarity of this one. I told her that $3.00 was well spent. Think I owe them dinner...
  9. Very nice indeed sir. Good display item to accompany your coolers.
  10. The other Santa was my grandmothers. I can't find any details but think it looks similar to Miricle on 34th Street Santa. My guess is 1940's?
  11. Looks to be 1960's. Like it!
  12. Complete set in the origional box! Nice post.
  13. aw...snap, now I feel compelled to post my Rushton this weekend after digging him out for the holidays.
  14. Sounds like a plan Dave, World of Coke has some amazing items displayed.
  15. Looks like a 1930's cardboard display I've never seen. I tried to look it up but don't see one like it. Nice condition...how is it mounted to the wood?
  16. Like it a lot, interesting the difference between them. Heading to Atlanta today to visit family. Asked to visit headquarters but again politely turned down. Suggested World of Coke...but I've been ma...
  17. Thank you everyone. Have a great Thanksgiving!
  18. Thank you, will give them a try.
  19. Ttomtucker - Great collection...always like your posts. I have a friend who has a great condition switchboard maybe from the 1920's. Do you know of any websites with more information I could find. I ...
  20. Love the Marx and Wyandotte metal trucks. Double Coca Cola score!
  21. Looks great.
  22. Thank you Dave. I just need to find a couple packs of Coca Cola gum to fill it. Not sure I want to tap the 401k just yet.
  23. I like these menu boards. Neat to think a waitress may have filled out the daily specials in 1941. I'm sure the food cost much less and tasted better then.
  24. Looks great!
  25. Thank you Dave. Yes, I was pleasantly surprised when I received it how good the condition was. Spent under $20 for it and a blotter together. It must have been in a book or preserved well. Anything ba...
  26. Too bad they didn't use the bottom. Nice story and old tray.
  27. Smoke a cigar and sit back and enjoy. In very good condition and a great thermometer to add to you collection.
  28. TGBWC - That's the same line I use with my wife as well.
  29. Looks great in the wet bar. I like what you've done already with replacing the taps and overall condition. The only issue I have is it appears to be dispensing black beads looking at the glass on the ...
  30. Thank you Dave and Pickrknows.
  31. I almost made the mistake on the same fake but Ray saved me the heartache as I emailed him first. I've been searching for one and you have inspired me to keep looking.
  32. Thank you Reed.
  33. What a find and incredible deal. How was it listed Daddy? I was almost tricked by a fake one of these last month. I bet your heart jumped when you noticed this listing on eBay.
  34. And reply to TGBWC...sigh.
  35. Looks good!
  36. Like it, can be used for storeage or maybe a restaurant for display. Endless uses and needs to survive another 50 plus years.
  37. Great looking sign and in good shape!
  38. Thank you blunderbuss2 I'll hang it with "character marks" and all.
  39. Thank you Dave and Ray.
  40. Well about that.... Back not much better. May have been caught up in the bidding.
  41. Had to smile at your post as I struggle with the same decor challenge. Good looking collection.
  42. I agree with you about the listing in the book. Think it's too low for today because I've never seen one listed on eBay. Much in the book is valued less because more comes out of the closet. Case in p...
  43. Super cool Manikin. Love the old Elvis photos! My aunt went to one of his shows and has a scarf she received from him as a promotion. Think you either had a picture taken or he took off a scarf and h...
  44. Thank you CokeKid, Daddy and TGBWC for the nice comments.
  45. Always nice to have the Elaine tip tray. Nice find!
  46. You dove in and won a good one Pickr! Alright maybe a cheesy comment but nice addition to your collection.
  47. Super cool Dave. Great top label, I know those are hard to find in great shape.
  48. Thank you Dave...it's Chad not Carl....but I've been called so many other names I don't care:). TGBWC (Ray) - I received a message over ebay from the person who sold me the label saying he noticed...
  49. I know, you mentioned that before and agree with you about the label. I think this is the real deal because of the paper, when I hold it to the light it's very uneven in color. Take a look at page...
  50. In my humble opinion, it could be from late 1930's to Buddy Lee 1950's. All have yellow dot under the logo. Wonder if it was made for the holiday's because of the colors. I looked at both previous LIV...
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