Which cardboard was displayed with which frame?
Of course you can put your Coca-Cola cardboard in any old frame that fits. But, for those of you who care about accuracy, we have established accurate usage dates of the different style frames.
The Coca-Cola trolley sign
A brief history of one of Coca-Cola's most elusive and highly desired turn-of-the-century collectibles.
In the beginning –
the straight-sided glass.
Some little known marketing and manufacturing information about the first marked soda fountain glass used to serve Coca-Cola.
The Coca-Cola script logo during its first hundred years.
The interesting journey that the Coca-Cola logo has taken over the years can help you date your Coca-Cola items.
A history of Coca-Cola's first
The curious and complicated history of Coca-Cola Chewing Gum reads like a television soap opera. Learn more about this interesting part of Coca-Cola's (and chewing gum's) history.
The iconic Coca-Cola syrup urn.
Few things represent a period of time as much as the Wheeling Pottery syrup urn represents the early days of Coca-Cola. Find out more about this iconic collectible of the soft drink world.
Did full depth Coke cases
actually hold hutch bottles?
The answer is very rarely, if ever. Learn more about the Hutch bottle and full depth case time frames, and learn why finding a case that actually held hutch bottles is a lot harder than one might think.
Nice things often come in small packages . . .
. . . and the 1939 Coca-Cola sample cooler is certainly no exception. What collector wouldn't love to have one on their shelf or in their display case? Learn all the details about when, why and how this little beauty was used.
Serving tray comparision
A side-by-side comparison of authentic serving trays, along with their reproduction counterparts.
Who doesn't smile when they see a giant display bottle?
No matter your age, you have to admit that the large bottles are cool. Learn when these giant Coca-Cola bottles were used and see examples of how they were displayed.
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