|The picture shows a view of all (20) Old Coca Cola Soda Advertising & Premium Items in this lot. Only the coin in this lot is dated, but all of these items are old. Included in this lot are the following items:|
There is a colorful ©1949 trading card that you would paste into an album. It is titled ''WEARING CLOTHES MADE FROM COAL''. It pictures two women and an old black dial telephone in the foreground. (bottom right)
There is a plastic ''ENJOY COCA-COLA'' luggage tag. On the back is a clear covering or window to place a paper insert with your name and address. (bottom right)
There are (2) identical colorful imprinted copper metal plates. These were probably made to have a magnet on the back. These picture a home and a case of Coca Cola bottles. (left side) These read:
TAKE A CASE HOME TODAY
DRINK COCA-COLA IN BOTTLES
Next is a 1999 ''COKE CARD'' with its holder folder full of advertising. It appears to be some kind of a discount card with dozens of places to use it. We do not know what, if anything, is on the card. (bottom center)
There is a 1986 100th anniversary flag on a wooden dowel. (right side) The cloth flag is imprinted in red and yellow on a white background. It is dirty, but we did not try cleaning it. It is marked:
MAY 7 - 10, 1986
There are (6) imprinted plastic ''DRINK COCA-COLA'' advertising premium reusable bottle cappers. (scattered in the picture)
Next there is a a round reflective item. We are not sure what this is, but each side has a different Coca Cola logo. (far left side)
There is an instruction pamphlet for an old Coca-Cola soda machine 9 transistor radio. It has some creasing and tearing on the creases. (left side)
There is a 1993 Limited Edition Nostalgic Christmas boxed set of (2) unopened Coca-Cola card decks. (left side) There are the two unopened card decks with Santa Claus backs inside a hinged tin with the same Santa images. The tin is inside a cardboard sleeve.
There is a ©1991 Nostalgic Christmas Coca-Cola ''NOW IT'S MY TIME'' advertising sign with Santa Claus. It is made of cardboard with holes for hanging.
Next is a ©1997 ''ALWAYS THRILLING - ALWAYS COCA-COLA'' school three ring binder folder with a skiing polar bear.
There is a ©1996 magazine advertisement for a Coca-Cola musical soda machine coin bank.
The last item in this lot is a 1994 two page magazine advertisement for many Coca-Cola advertising items including: a straw holder, a drink glass, an Emmett Kelly clown sculpture, a playing card set, a hundred year book, a delivery truck coin bank, (4) different collector spoons, a thermometer, and a sweatshirt.
All of these items for one price! To judge the sizes the Santa Claus sign in the center measures 12'' x 7-3/8. These items appear to range from good to mint unused condition as pictured.