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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Coca Cola 1930's Bottle Crown, SC - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
1940 and 1950 celluloid Coca Cola hangers - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
Early 1900's Coca Cola Photo Postcard - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
1940 Coca Cola Menu Board - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
Coca Cola Case Tag? - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
1902 Coca Cola Menu - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
Coca Cola "Eagle Head" bottle opener - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
1923 Coca Cola Tray - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
Coca Cola 1936 "Bulletin" Metal Sign - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
Coca Cola Gift - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola


  1. Condition is rough because of the rust. Would rate as Good and maybe worth $100 to $125. In Excellent condition they fetch $300 plus. Nice story and thermometer, glad you pestered your grandmother...
  2. Never seen one like this, must be early 1940's is my guess.
  3. Thanks Pickr! Can't sneak too many past Dave, he is sharp! Have a great 4th!
  4. These are good records for any serious Coca Cola collector. Well posted Dave and nice fob! Have a great 4th as well with your family.
  5. Will have to check it out.
  6. Thank you Dave. Light CW action as I've picked for my wife's birthday. A 1914 piano and a sewing machine that belonged to our home from the 1930's. Bought it from a lady who purchased at an estate sal...
  7. Incredible find in an old house. Thank you for sharing.
  8. Looks good to me, as they're challenging to find. You might be able to find a similar advertising fan and replace the handle.
  9. Super cool Dave, these will look good hung together. Love the earlier stuff.
  10. Nice "Betty" tray Pickrknows.
  11. Thank you Shareurpassion and PostCardCollector.
  12. Diana- fascinated by the story. Would love to hear more and maybe I could help you solve the mystery. Feel free to contact me at chaderichsen@gmail.com.
  13. Looks great.
  14. Super nice find!
  15. Thanks Coke1234. Attempted to paint one of the dials but it looked too new and quickly removed the paint. Good luck on the search, I've seen some reasonably priced at at online auctions.
  16. Outstanding shape for age and incredible find.
  17. Super cool!
  18. Beautiful set. Maybe post on eBay for local pickup only if selling. You could also consign possibly at a local antique shop. Personally, I would keep it.
  19. Daddy_Nobucks is alright and like the glass.
  20. Electric light Metalcrafts are had to find.
  21. Philip Handel slag glass lamp from about 1906-1920.
  22. Thank you Coke1234. Think they made them from 1939-1941 maybe.
  23. No, emailed them but haven't had the chance to stop in during the day when the owner is working. Didn't get a response from email but doesn’t surprise me considering they’ve been around over 125 years...
  24. Vendo V-81 D ? with the white top is my favorite. Nice display Coke1234!
  25. Thank you again Lucas!
  26. Good info, thank you NutfieldHistory.
  27. Thank ya Dave. Have a good weekend.
  28. One of my favorites so far this year is your Hilda tip but this is runner up. She is very clean and in really great shape.
  29. Very nice. Would love to see the back. What kind of deal did you get...if you don't mind me asking?
  30. What did ya pick up?
  31. Interesting, I have the dog to the right as well and have always wondered the date of creation. Mine doesn't have a label anymore. I'm guessing yours on the left is older by photos I've seen. I grew...
  32. Wow, she looks good Dave. Amazing display and tip tray collection!
  33. One on the right was made by Old King Cole Company in Canton Ohio. Value around $300 to $500 depending on condition.
  34. You have a Gilbert Coca Cola clock made from about 1916 through early 1920's. Origionaly the glass would have words In Bottles 5c. etched into the glass. How much did you pay at the garage sale? ...
  35. Thank you Dave.
  36. Could be, that's a good suggestion. Hope everyone has a great Memorial Day weekend!
  37. Looks to be a 1960's carton insert. Point of purchase display.
  38. Stand corrected...made of steal and in Canada! Although I do consider Canada one or two drones away from being America. Just joking my Canadian brethren!
  39. Great display...you've acquired a really nice collection.
  40. They made real coolers back then. Made of steal and in America.
  41. Yes, these were the first "diamond cans"produced in 1960's. These can fetch over $100 plus if in great condition. Yours unfortunitely are really rusted but fun to collect none the less. Keep up the...
  42. She has a big modeling career, she'll get over it.
  43. Correct reggie1dog. You win a case of Coca Cola every week sent by Daddy_Nobucks!
  44. Keep them coming...nice collection.
  45. Thank you Cokemanhal and Trey. I think this is Hilda and the flowers are from me to her office.
  46. Thank you antiquerose and Daddy_Nobucks. Dave, it was a lucky find and I've eaten a three course meal of envy looking at you finds over the years.
  47. Thank you guys. Dave, do you have a similar opener?
  48. Nice find before Coca Cola collecting really took off in the mid 1980's.
  49. Used in the 1920's. The company has always used Coca leaves from the beginning to today. Trace amounts of cocaine were found in the early 1900's. Nice barrel...How did you acquire it?
  50. More like we've never admitted to cocaine but the effect of caffeine is less than tea or coffee. It is really funny how many words it took to tell the story in a brochure.
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