spriteboy42

PA USA

I've been collecting since I was seven. Mainly antique Coca-Cola advertising. I grew up working in an auction house. So I know quite a bit about antiques from learniI've been collecting since I was seven. Mainly antique Coca-Cola advertising. I grew up working in an auction house. So I know quite a bit about antiques from learning all these years. Happy to share with fellow collectors with the same addiction! (Read more)

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1920s Coca-Cola promotional card table - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
1950 Coca-Cola Thermometers - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
1940s Cardboard Coca Cola tube - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
1957 Coca-cola Cardboard easel back signs - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
rearranged my coca cola room - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
1940s Cast Iron Figural Fish Bottle Opener - Brewerianain Breweriana
Small Corgi Coca Cola truck - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
1940's Marx Coca-Cola Spriteboy Truck - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
1960's LARGE Diamond Coca-Cola Can - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
1940s 48in. porcelian Coca-Cola Button sign - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola

Comments

  1. Very cool piece! I'd say several hundred for the value. Such great color!
  2. Beyond cool! Very interesting piece!
  3. Looks great in that frame! Nice find!
  4. Looks great in that frame! Nice find!
  5. Not in canada and more of like a church junk sale
  6. Very cool! Been looking for this particular bottle opener for quite awhile! You have a true treasure there!
  7. its a new item made within the past 5 years.
  8. Very nice truck collection trevor! I rarely see the blue version. And the vertical signs, Wow! Always nice to see different examples all together. Defiantly impressed.
  9. Very cool!
  10. Every collector has there preferences. I prefer coke tray. Nice collection you have going!the 1942 has to be my favorite.
  11. I believe they are fantasy pieces. Never issued by the coca cola company.
  12. Awesome find! Seen quite a few of these but never with those side signs, they alway have isle numbers instead
  13. AWESOME addition! Love the colors in this sign
  14. exactly. haha
  15. got it open and sadly no one of a kind rare poster. thanks for the input though
  16. Love the truck! tough find.
  17. Nice rescued sign. I love Haddon's advertising work!
  18. Thanks!
  19. Love it!
  20. Nice find! I know you posted this a couple years ago but I felt I needed to coment. I have two versions of this "black" lettered ice pick. They also made a version in which the opener on the end twis...
  21. I agree. That would be some coca-cola tray...
  22. Regulars are a definite favorite of mine. I love how many color variations there are of them!
  23. Very Cool! Love the crazy oranges.
  24. Stick with the figural cast openers! John Wright and Wilton produced most of them. There are hundreds of different animal shaped openers out there, even an alligator.
  25. VERY cool!
  26. i'd say they're from the 90's
  27. modified lip? can't tell.
  28. awesome find!
  29. Love it! Great addition to your display. Thanks for sharing :)
  30. saw that on there. Great buy!
  31. WOW very cool sign! love the graphics. Would def. be a center piece if in my collection. JEALOUSS
  32. i know they made many different styles of these plastic carriers, but it still amazes me when I see one I never saw before. Great additions!
  33. I have the samethings as pencil clips? are they real/ old at all?
  34. im looking at his other items and your right TGBWC!
  35. for sure! thats why i was shocked and needed the info from fellow collectors
  36. beauty for sure!
  37. wow people really believe that tho? crazyyy. what a scammer
  38. that was blown out off proportion! thanks for the warning
  39. http://www.ebay.com/itm/390628096093?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1423.l2649
  40. wow thought so. one sold for 150 on ebay tho so i skepical!
  41. beautiful collection! early examples and rare too! love the porcelain with the advertising and the silhouette clock. Great finding lost treasures with a story behind them :)
  42. cut down right?
  43. didnt bring much. surprised. Thought a diamond trash can from 1960s would bring more.
  44. I thought coca cola was bottled first in 1905
  45. wow awesome find! especially in your basement! worth quit a bite with that girl graphic! Jealous!
  46. oh wow thanks for the link
  47. A true beauty! alway loved the spotlight design! great price for the condition too. Very nicee find trevor :)
  48. Thanks! I know so surprised of the condition. some people really take care of their toy
  49. Thanks AzTom! I will.
  50. Great display! sure looks good with a white wall in it :)
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