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    Posted 7 years ago

    Juanita
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    Anyone know the year(s) this glass was produced?
    Knowing the history of the original owner, it had to be obtained during or prior to the early sixties.

    The writing within the circle says:
    A 16 oz. Re-Creation of the original Flair Glass featuring a Design from the Turn of the Century...

    Below the circle is written:
    The Archives The Coca-Cola Company

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    1. aghcollect aghcollect, 7 years ago
      Made by Libbey Glass - look on the bottom for the cursive L mark - https://www.etsy.com/listing/162168894/on-sale-coca-cola-re-creation-turn-of
    2. moonlightgambler, 4 years ago
      Made in the 70's. First given out by restaurants. Statement about being a recreation is only partially true. Original flare glass was only 4" tall and did not have any pictures or ladies on them. Later versions had very nice reproduced ads featuring many early females.

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