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    Posted 11 years ago

    chatty
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    My father in law worked for Coca cola in the early 1920's and mid 30's and he passed away recently so we cant ask him..
    Im trying to find out what date this was made in and what they used it for...was it a promo or advertisement or ???
    Its made of light cardboard and has a slit for the bank park on the middle of the hood in the front..
    it measures about 16 wide and 6 inches tall... the wheels are plastic but the rest is cardboard..
    the Bottles on top of the back of the truck is detachable...it lifts like if you were going to unload them..
    anyways if anyone knows anything about this unique bank i would so love to know what you know...
    how old it is? or what kind of value does it hold?

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    1. Lee Sayer, 11 years ago
      Not sure but this could have been used as a promo item to deposit drawing slips in.We used to have many instore proms in the supermarkets I worked in.As is today the competition between Coke and Pepsi was strong.
    2. retroraabe retroraabe, 8 years ago
      These were sold by Walmart in the 80's or 90's. I bought two at the time. I do not know how scarce they are but I've been collecting for 30 years and have come accross few. Cool item!

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