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Posted 6 years ago


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Neat photographs. Came in a old photo album i found in a dump. Have about 15 more, all coke related. Can anyone give me some info. any value? Thanks enjoy.

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  1. Savoychina1 Savoychina1, 6 years ago
    Great pictures. In the second picture..."It's snowing down south"! (When is the last time you heard that! LOL
  2. cocacolakid97 cocacolakid97, 6 years ago
    Value: Priceless (depends on buyer) Info: Displays from the 50's. That giant bottle is neat! Ray or early coke can give more detailed description.
  3. chip1714, 6 years ago
    what years do you think there from??
  4. cokefan, 6 years ago
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  6. cokefan, 6 years ago
    Ray, I guarantee you that if you put them on eBay for $1 ea. they would sell.
  7. chip1417, 6 years ago
    o'well life goes on!!!! guess i will post the other snapshots for your groups enjoyment.
  8. earlycoke earlycoke, 6 years ago
    These may not have much monetary value, but the value is in learning how the advertising was actually used. I would love to have the large bottle. Wonder where it went to after they were done? Maybe they took it home for the kids to play with. In the second photo there is actually a Coca-Cola trash can pictured. I have seen a lot of trash cans that I considered phoney, but not one actually in use in the period. Always something to learn!
  9. rocker-sd rocker-sd, 6 years ago
    Thanks earlycoke, for a few words of reason. Not everything has to have a signifcant dollar value to have value. I think a lot of serious collectors woud be interested in these for reference, and others who couldn't afford a bottle like that if they found one, would be happy to have a early photo.

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