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WideAwake0247's items10 of 22Type cobb and jonas Wagner, postcardVintage photograph
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    Posted 2 years ago

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    Haven't been in in awhile. Been very busy.. finding more and more cool things.. can anyone help me out with this piece.. I have found so many on line all with different stamps on the back.. any info is good.. maybe oneday I will be able to get on here and help other people out with their finds.. thanks

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    1. scottvez scottvez, 2 years ago
      FANTASY buckle. These were made in the late 1960s- 70s, so now they show enough aging to fool folks.

      No originals exists.

      They were made with many different designs-- Wells Fargo, HD, Colt, Winchester and many other motifs.

      They usually sell for less than $20 by those who know the story, but I have seen them bring several hundred when a new collector believes the hype.

    2. fhrjr2 fhrjr2, 2 years ago
      I seriously doubt anyone would believe that Coke would approve of the female image. Coke was aimed at younger people and Coke was fairly conservative when it came to nudism. Sexy yes, nude no.
    3. WideAwake0247, 2 years ago
      Thank you Scott where would someone go if they would want to really find out more about what they have.. I have so much vintage stuff and can not find alot of info on.. wondering seems i see your name on here alot and you seem to know alot, would you recommend anyone.. thank you again.
    4. blunderbuss2 blunderbuss2, 2 years ago
      BB2 was here
    5. Gonavy Gonavy, 2 years ago
      I like this piece a lot, and in my humble opinion I believed there is some value here. Coca Cola collector would love to have this in there collection.
    6. scottvez scottvez, 2 years ago
      Most collectors that I know prefer authentic/ original rather than forgeries, fakes or fantasy items.

      If you're looking to add one to your collection, a quick search on ebay of "coke buckle" turns up numerous examples for less than $20:

      I stopped counting examples when I got to 25, about midway down on page one!

    7. fhrjr2 fhrjr2, 2 years ago
      Scott is right about being fake. Additionally Coke has never endorsed nudity in any form in their advertising. They even rejected photo's of a pin up girl wearing a milk dress to sell Coca Cola milk. The photo's were released without the word Coca Cola but Coke refused to use them. They have pretty strict moral codes they stick to. No coke collector would bother with a fake item. If they do they are just a collector of junk.

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