|The picture shows a view of all (7) Different Coca Cola Soda Advertising Items in this lot. There is a variety of different items here from different sources. Included here are the following items:|
There is a sound activated dancing and spinning Coca-Cola can. The can is wearing sunglasses and headphones. This is an interesting fun battery operated item that works well. It takes two AA batteries that are not included.
There is a small pull tab Coke tin can. The can was opened and emptied and the pull tab is missing. It once held 156 ml or 5.5 fluid ounces. It is also marked ''CANNED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY, LONDON, W.14.''.
There is a ©1985 Coca-Cola paper cup holder with a handle. It is made of red plastic with ''DRINK COCA-COLA'' on the side. The bottom is marked ''©1985 THE COCA-COLA COMPANY - COCA-COLA tm - MADE IN CHINA''.
Next is a numbered ©1994 figurine with the famous circus clown Emmett Kelly. It has him standing next to an old Coca-Cola cooler. His hand is up to drink a bottle of Coke, but the bottle from his hand is missing. There is a case of (12) bottles under the cooler and perhaps one could be removed to put in his hand again. The bottom of this figurine is marked as follows:
''AT THE RED COOLER''
©1994 THE COCA-COLA COMPANY
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
DISTRIBUTED BY STANTON ARTS
The next item in this lot is an unopened boxed ©1992 Christmas Coca-Cola playing card deck. The cards have a famous nostalgic image with Santa Claus by a Christmas tree with a Lionel train set and a helicopter. This set was made by the U.S. Playing Card Company.
There is a small framed Coca-Cola advertising mirror. It has an art nouveau style border. The mirror is not dated and the year that it was made is unknown. It may have been a novelty carnival prize. It is marked as follows:
DELICIOUS 5c COCA-COLA
SOLD EVERYWHERE IN GLASS OR BOTTLE
THE MOST REFRESHING DRINK IN THE WORLD
WHEREVER GINGER ALE SELTZER OR SODA IS GOOD
COCA-COLA IS BETTER - TRY IT!
The last item in this lot is an unused ©1989 Dover Publications post card reprint of a 1910 Coca-Cola trade card. It has a colorful image of a Victorian woman drinking a bottle of Coca-Cola while driving an automobile. It reads:
DRINK BOTTLED COCA-COLA
AND SO EASILY SERVED
All of these items for one price! To judge the sizes the framed mirror measures about 4-3/8'' x 4-3/8''. These items appear to range from excellent to mint unused condition as pictured and described above.