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    Posted 11 years ago

    Trey76
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    Looked it up in the Petretti collector book not in there. Is it a rare poster? He has everything ever made with the Coca Cola name on it in that book.

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    1. cocacolakid97 cocacolakid97, 11 years ago
      Just becasue it't not in petretti's doesn't mean it's rare or extremly rare. It is near impossible to list everything coca cola made over a 125 year period, especialy all the posters they made during WWII. This is late 30's or 40's poster, that's all I can say becasue of the 6 bottle cardboard carrier style. Becasaue of the condition, I don't believe this is terribly valuable. Probably worth fewer then 100 dollars.
    2. earlycoke earlycoke, 11 years ago
      No it is not rare. I have contributed many-many items to Allan's book over the years (my name is in the front acknowledgments) and trust me there are many items he does not have. There are many things the museum in Atlanta does not have as well. This 16x27 cardboard insert dates from the 1940-43 timeframe (that was the time that particular carton was in service). Unfortunately because of it's poor condition the cardboard is worth very-very little.

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