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    Posted 7 months ago

    Malatero2
    (17 items)

    I picked this up at a flea market. I cannot find another like it. Is it a real coca cola product or is this something someone made? Any Ideas

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    1. RichmondLori RichmondLori, 7 months ago
      I don't know about any similar ones, but I could put this one to use, fill it up with ice and coke or a beer or two....off to the day.....enjoy
    2. Vynil33rpm Vynil33rpm, 7 months ago
      I think it’s an official Coca-Cola product
      I am posting another picture
    3. Daddy_Nobucks Daddy_Nobucks, 7 months ago
      1940’s-1950’s aluminum 6-bottle carrier. Used for home delivery (bottlers delivered just like the milkman) or a housewife could take to the store and full up. Cardboard cartons have been around since the 1920’s. Many more of the reusable carriers survive and are highly collectible based on age and condition. Some of the early cartons can bring a pretty penny. Nice find Malatero.
    4. Malatero2, 7 months ago
      Thanks, Daddy_Nobucks and Vynil33rpm, I can see pictures now. I was not searching the right decade so my searches were flooded with other carriers. It doesn't seem to be in the greatest shape due to rust, so I think it is galvanized steel or tin rather than aluminium.

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