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    Posted 8 years ago

    jkukwa13
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    The first one has a lid, only the one sign,one bottle opener, and a water release valve. the second one has a second identical sign on the other side, two bottle openers, and a water release valve.

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    Comments

    1. jkukwa13, 8 years ago
      Forgot to mention, they are wooden with metal interiors and each have 4 carrying handles
    2. blunderbuss2 blunderbuss2, 8 years ago
      Ain't sen nut'ng lik tis b'fo. You came to the right site. We have some real radical purist Coke people here. Almost militant at times! Welcome to CW.
    3. Daddy_Nobucks Daddy_Nobucks, 8 years ago
      These large custom coolers were probably used at a fair or ball park or parades, some outdoor event where many people gathered on a regular basis. The signs and bottle openers are authentic 1940-1960 Coca-Cola pieces. The coolers are well made. I'm guessing these were commissioned by a bottler and used at local municipal events. They would make awesome planters.

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