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I collect old, authentic Coca-Cola signs and ad pieces. I love prowling eBay and pulling the trigger on a sweet BIN deal. Collectors Weekly is without a doubt the I collect old, authentic Coca-Cola signs and ad pieces. I love prowling eBay and pulling the trigger on a sweet BIN deal. Collectors Weekly is without a doubt the best site of its kind. So I hang out here, watch Pickers and The Roadshow, to enhance my collecting experience. I am a member in poor standing of the exclusive-defunct 8-Pack Club, along with TGBWC, earlycoke, Signaholic, pickrknows, tommy1002, cocacolakid97, and coke.trevor.cola. My collecting motto is: Good Times, Great Finds! (Read more)


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1950's Coca-Cola Buddy Lee Doll - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
1957 Coca-Cola Hanging Mobile Sign - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
1948 Coca-Cola Sign Guide - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
1922 Coca-Cola Sign - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
1927 Coca-Cola Tin Sign - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
1930's Coca-Cola Umbrella - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
1941 Coca-Cola Boy and Girl Sign - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
1938 Coca-Cola Sign - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
Cracker Jack Item - Toysin Toys
1939 Coca-Cola Salesman Sample Cooler - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola


  1. Looooking goooood bb2!
  2. Thanks Coke1234!
  3. Nice one Mr. 'Fuel, great find!
  4. Bernie! Thank you sir. I'm considering having it "detailed", I think a doll expert could do some good. Depends on cost though... Nice to year from you!
  5. Wise words, Spirit.
  6. I see you pulled this off the web. Typically posts are pieces in the author's collection, but objects of interest are always welcome too. I agree it's an image of a great bottle.
  7. Nice early Georgia bottle. Joseph Biedenharn of Vicksburg, Miss. is widely acknowledged as the first person to bottle and sell Coca-Cola in 1894. Brunswick Coca-Cola was founded in 1903 at 110-112 R...
  8. I agree with purvis, nice authentic sign. Scarce version. If you plan to buy more old Coca-Cola signs, get yourself a copy of Petretti's 12th Edition Guide so you have a point of reference for price...
  9. This one is listed 1947-1952 in Petretti's 12th Edition.
  10. International signs can be a challenge, as they are less documented than domestic versions. I love these Canadian push plates. I believe there are many fakes and restored pieces out there. The Coca...
  11. thank you Gulf, I do enjoy that mini ice cooler.
  12. Thank you Mani for the info. I've learned a little about dolls reading your interesting posts over the years, enough knowledge must have soaked in that it helped here. It's nice of you to share your...
  13. thanks purvis!
  14. Thank you Newfld and jscott
  15. Looks like part of an old ice cooler by maker Glascock Bros. out of Muncie, Indiana. The sign by itself makes for a great dumpster dive.
  17. Thanks purvis. I like the metal signs best, but try to mix in a few of other materials as well. Paper, cardboard, Masonite, glass, etc. There are some great old paper signs and you're right, they ...
  18. Nicely displayed Trevor, super!!
  19. Nice 45" by American Art Works of Coshocton, O.
  20. Wow that's a nice one!!! Congrats Michael. Looks fabulous.
  21. Hi Perry, thanks, I think this was around the time the buttons were first introduced.
  22. 1950's. A hanging sign, not door push. One of my fav's. Also came in a tin version.
  23. According to the price guide, the white button was 16", 24" and 36". Like you, I don't recall seeing many if any other than 24".
  24. A lot of collectors get fooled by this reproduction. The authentic sign is 1922 and marked in the lower right hand corner "Made in the USA" and "The Elwood Myers Co. Springfield, Ohio".
  25. Looks like one of these that someone attempted to restore. The flange piece seems to be cut down and logo is somewhat awkward.
  26. LOL oh no the "P" word!!!
  27. The S is worn off at the end of bottle(s), can still make it out. But UncleRon is correct. This is a fake/fantasy knife, no old/authentic version exists. Still useful for opening parcels of collect...
  28. AM is Allen-Morrison Sign Co. I've heard many theories about their manufacturing code. Still looking for the secret decoder ring! ;0)
  29. Shorter version.
  30. Agreed. TGBWC was the slogan for 1963, so this dates to right around that year. Used for large outdoor events primarily. Fairs, company events, that sort of thing. Could have been owned by a circu...
  31. Fishtail logo was used 1958-1963. You have a great collection, I've enjoyed your recent posts.
  32. 1960-ish, nice one!
  33. It'll look good anywhere. Great find.
  34. Yes, very nice, a favorite of Coca-Cola tray collectors. Great memento of your grandparents.
  35. A beauty. Hard to find and the fountain service version is highly sought after. I paid too much for my 3x5 too but made up for it after. I'm sure you will too. Congrats on your sign, nice one!
  36. Easy to get lost in time looking at such a beautiful old photograph. Thanks for sharing it Manikin!
  37. These Coca-Cola polar bears are 1990's, so it looks to me like someone put stickers on a pair of older chairs.
  38. Thank you Scott, Happy New Year!
  39. The Arciform ("fishtail") logo was used 1958-1963, so your sign dates from that period. M.C.A is maker and 1927 is a production code.
  40. Wow what a big beauty. Canadian. This style is late 40's early 50's. Not sure of maker, maybe St. Thomas. I have a smaller rectangular version with maker's mark lower left hand corner "Made in Can...
  41. Merry Christmas Vv!
  42. Merry Christmas Perry!
  43. Thank you CK!
  44. Great piece Scott.
  45. Wow Bernie you've been busy! That space looks incredible. It's been a long time since I've seen your game room. Love the signage and the displays are off the charts. Well done brutha!
  46. Thanks Bernie and Coke1234 and Henry, Happy Holidays.
  47. Thank you Mani, 'fuel, and Gulf. Mani there's always cold bottles of Coca-Cola in the basement, so yes I get thirsty down here! Merry Christmas, you 3 wise collectors!!!
  48. Safe travel. Happy Holidays!
  49. bb2 quitchyerbitchin and go make a snow angel !!! ;0)
  50. Drinking cup for sure. Dilution is typically required for medicinal liquid dosing, including those of the herbal and apothecarial variety. The stuff tastes terrible, usually bitter. So alcoholic sp...
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