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    Posted 8 years ago

    mikeigotit
    (505 items)

    I thought these were so cool looking at the advertising in the photographs Coca-Cola Texaco gas station and so much more just wanted to share

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    Coca-Cola® Vintage 1 oz Silver Struck Bar
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    1970's Coca-Cola Coke USA Key Chain Mini Can Miniature Can Keychain NOS Vintage
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    Coca-Cola® Vintage Batter Up 1 oz Silver Colorized Round in TEP
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    1922 Rare Drink Coca Cola In Bottles 5 Cent Sign
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    Coca-Cola® Vintage 1 oz Silver Struck Bar
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    1. PostCardCollector PostCardCollector, 8 years ago
      Was this taken in the deep south?
    2. mikeigotit mikeigotit, 8 years ago
      Really I have no ideal where this was taken. Found at estate sale.
    3. PostCardCollector PostCardCollector, 8 years ago
      When was cola 10 cents? In your photo it was. Cola was 5 cents in 1940s I think and Pepsi gave you twice as much as Coca Cola ( in bottles)
    4. mikeigotit mikeigotit, 8 years ago
      PostCardCollector, in 1936 A 12 oz Pepsi cola was 10-cents a bottle, due to lack of sales it was reduce down to 5-cents until around 1960's and you got 6-oz of Coke Cola for 5-cents in 1936.
    5. PostCardCollector PostCardCollector, 8 years ago
      What would we do without it?
    6. packrat-place packrat-place, 8 years ago
      "For decades, the traditional retail price of Coca?Cola (sold in the 6 ½ -ounce bottle or at the soda fountain) remained at a nickel. By the late 1940's -- with production costs soaring -- a handful of bottlers broke from the normal cost structures and charged dealers 90 cents to $1 per case, rather than the standard 80 cents.
      The result: The cost of a bottle of Coke now varied between 6 and 10 cents. The first recorded price increase occurred in 1946 in Los Angeles, with bottlers in Louisiana, Illinois and the Pacific Northwest quickly following. Still, the movement away from the nickel Coke was slow to develop. By 1950, only approximately 125 (or 5%) of the 1,100 U.S. bottlers had raised prices. Most bottlers held to the standard 80 cents case price until economic pressures forced prices up in the years 1957-1959.
      Atlanta was one of the last major markets to increase prices when it finally imposed the $1 wholesale case price in March 1959. By 1960, with a few isolated exceptions, the nickel Coke had disappeared from the American scene."
    7. mikeigotit mikeigotit, 8 years ago
      Packrat-place thanks !!!
    8. mikeigotit mikeigotit, 8 years ago
      Post card collector I really don't even want to think about living without a Pepsi or Coke I'm a Pepsi man myself !!!
    9. PostCardCollector PostCardCollector, 8 years ago
      OK "Pepsi Man"! Remember This? Or are you too young. It's an oldie.

      "Pepsi Cola, Hits The Spot,
      12 Full Ounces,That's A Lot.
      Twice As Much For a Nickel Too,
      Pepsi-Cola Is The Drink For You"!
    10. mikeigotit mikeigotit, 8 years ago
      Post Card Collector I don't remember it, but I love it!!! And I won't foget it!!! Thanks, it's Stuck in my head Now !!!! Lol
    11. PostCardCollector PostCardCollector, 8 years ago
      It has the cutest tune--Go to Youtube and type in Pepsi Jingle--You'll have to try out a few--but you'll hit on the right vocal and you can sing along. I like it!! There are later ones too ( not as cute!)--but wait for the oldie.
    12. Manikin Manikin, 8 years ago
      https://www.google.com/search?q=old+photo+men+on+roof+and+porch+1920s&espv=2&biw=1733&bih=833&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjnpceRkM7NAhUEfiYKHVf7AYYQsAQIJQ&dpr=0.9#tbm=isch&tbs=rimg%3ACRm9VHxwnfCAIjjOD8C3SMwuuKKTyK6XXzevh9gMZkFhAU-0Izwdl5cltXLPc3MMZUh-Vaendq6VMn0K_15anw-vGoCoSCc4PwLdIzC64EdiUkQOWyeuWKhIJopPIrpdfN68RPv5MwM5EzrAqEgmH2AxmQWEBTxEVNy6tRSKO4yoSCbQjPB2XlyW1Efkppx21AeVcKhIJcs9zcwxlSH4R_1R1GUo7N0oEqEglVp6d2rpUyfRFYDGD3_1ZbgoCoSCQr_1lqfD68agEXtQTN99xeBG&q=old%20photo%20men%20on%20roof%20and%20porch%201920s&imgrc=cs9zcwxlSH5EpM%3A

      Taken in 1939 in NC photographer and has been reproduced , very cool photo of times gone by :-)

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