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    Posted 11 years ago

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    Here's a Coca Cola Pocket Knife I picked up when I was a kid, but to this day I really don't know if it's actually an old knife or a reproduction. It's at least 25 years old because I've had it that long. Says USA on bottom portion of larger blade.

    The question though, is it 40, 50, or 60 years old?

    Reproduction or real? How can I tell?

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    1. mantique_collector, 11 years ago
      Gotcha. Well, I certainly appreciate all the feedback, Ray. Yeah, I'm a little suspect on it myself. I have a couple others with different graphics, but I just have a feeling all of them are repops.
    2. Terry, 11 years ago
      I just bought a similar knife but it also has Chicago Wolds Fair 1933 on it along with Drink Coca Cola in Bottles 5 cents. Any thoughts ?
    3. mantique_collector, 11 years ago
      Hey Terry, do you have the knife posted here on Collectors Weekly? If so, it would be easier to get an idea (especially from the more knowledgeable collectors than myself) if it was authentic or not.
    4. Terry, 11 years ago
      Not posted yet but it should be soon. Thanks
    5. cocacolakid97 cocacolakid97, 11 years ago
      I think it's real, the lettering and styles looks right, The only thing that makes look like a repro is the "Drink" in coca cola.
    6. cocacolakid97 cocacolakid97, 11 years ago
      Plus the blade, screws have a good patina (I think I spelt it right) on it.
    7. mantique_collector, 11 years ago
      I guess with these pocket knives it can be tough to know for sure, but thanks for the comment kid.
    8. Darrin, 11 years ago
      I am really interested in finding out if my knife is real?
      it was given to me for christmas about 10yrs ago,if any
      body could help me find out if my knife is real,I sure would
      appreciate the help.
    9. Mac, 10 years ago
      I found a Coca Cola knife in my dads collection Reads: Drink Coca Cola in Bottles 5 cents , World Fair Chicago 1933 and USA on one blade , Red in color.
      Comments welcome.
      Thanks Mac
    10. Signaholic Signaholic, 10 years ago
      These are reproduction knives, they have made so many that the market is flooded with them. Jim Parker who use to own Case knives, made a bunch of these in the 80s. There are old Coca Cola knives but this is not one,,,sorry.
    11. Katie, 10 years ago
      I have a Coca Cola knife that reads "Geniet Coca Cola" on the blade. Under that logo it says GEREG HANDELSMERK (I think). It also has a bottle opener at the base of the blade. Under that it is stamped ROSTFREI ALTENBACH SOLIGEN (I think). The handle looks like some sort of Mother of Pearl inlay. I bought it for my dad and I'd like to know more about it if anyone can help me. What langauge is it in? When and why was it made?
    12. ktpanic42, 10 years ago
      This is Katie with the German Coca Cola pocket knife. I posted some images of the knife in the show and tell part of the website. Appologies for the pictures- they arent the best.

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