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Auctioneer Morphy Auctions 877-968-8880
Auction Date Oct 17 Auction
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Lot: 1001 - 1941 Coca-Cola Cardboard Poster.

Beautiful poster featuring cowboy and is framed under glass. The condition is spectacular with only the most minor of any edge wear. Condition: 9.7, Near Mint+. Dimensions: Framed: 35 - 1/2" x 23 - 1/2" x 1".

Lot: 1002 - 1940 Stunning Coca-Cola Horizontal Cardboard

Beautifully framed under glass and possibly trimmed from a larger standard size. The visible image measures 20 - 1/2" x 43". It could also have been a proof for an outdoor billboard as it is mounted on heavy cardboard, according to John, that is 1/4"

Lot: 1003 - 1939 Coca-Cola Canadian Cardboard Cutout.

Beautifully mounted and framed under glass, this is yet another exceptionally clean and bright piece from John and Charlotte's collection that displays nearly no wear or marks of mention at all. Condition: 9.9, Near Mint+. Dimensions: Framed: 30" x

Lot: 1004 - 1936 Rare Large Cardboard Coke Poster with Girl at

Framed under glass and exhibits no wear, with only two very minor ripples in upper right corner area in the light cardboard. This poster is unusually beautiful due to the fact that the lithographer employed uniform scattering of tiny silver

Lot: 1005 - Impressive 1918 Coca-Cola Umbrella Girls Festoon.

This one is beautifully framed under glass in somewhat of a compact fashion without the arms being fully extended, but instead tucked around the piece. The condition of this piece is beautiful and it presents as much stronger than what is normally

Lot: 1006 - Late 1930s Impressive Coca-Cola Cardboard Cutout.

This beautiful piece was lithographed in Canada and the bold colors and strong green background definitely serve to make the image pop. The condition is astounding, with only the most minor of any extreme outer edge marks or small nicks and the piece

Lot: 1007 - Important 1937 Coca-Cola Cardboard Window Display.

Beautifully framed and matted under glass and complete with its original envelope. This piece is from the collection of Thom Thompson and is one of very few known, being the best condition known. Even the easels on the back of the display have never

Lot: 1008 - Impressive 1928 Coca-Cola Bottle Display.

Framed under glass and mounted with mylar corners, this is a rare and wonderful piece. The condition is stellar with strong, unfaded colors and only light edge wear with the most minor of a few surface marks. The two girls shown with bottles are

Lot: 1009 - 1939 Rare and Stunning Girl in Moonlight Poster.

This large horizontal is exceedingly rare and the best example known of only a few to ever surface - when I say a few, I mean less than five and only three are known to have been seen publicly. The only manufacturing defects are condition issues with

Lot: 1010 - Circa 1926 Impressive Coca-Cola Cardboard Cutout.

Even though this piece has several minor faults, it is incredibly hard to find and the condition makes it present wonderfully. It is nicely matted and framed under glass so that all the edges are visible. The three shortcomings of any note are a very

Lot: 1011 - Stunning 1936 Tall Vertical Coca-Cola Poster.

Absolutely fabulous poster featuring artwork by Andrew Loomis. The colors are bold and vivid on this poster, which is beautifully mounted and secured under glass and boasts a level of condition that one could never improve upon, with only very light

Lot: 1012 - Impressive 1947 Large Sprite Boy Display.

Three large individual cardboard die-cuts combine to make a truly eye-popping display. I've only seen a few sets of these over the years and none approach the level of this condition, which is nearly without fault or blemish. On the three large

Lot: 1013 - 1948 Girl with Cape Small Horizontal Coke Poster.

Beautifully framed and presented under glass with all edges shown, and only exhibiting the lightest of edge or border wear with one small rub line of the most minor variety. A most impressive example of a tremendously desirable poster. Condition:

Lot: 1014 - 1947 Coca-Cola Waitress Small Vertical Cardboard.

A beautiful and highly desirable poster in as high a state of condition as you will likely ever see. Maybe a minuscule and short surface wrinkle only, with no discernible blemishes notable otherwise. Condition: 9.8 - 10.0, Near Mint+. Dimensions:

Lot: 1015 - 1952 Coca-Cola Small Horizontal Poster.

Litho in USA and features a rarely-seen image with Sprite Boy and six-pack. Very shallow bend in the lower-left corner, with a resulting faint wrinkle. Elsewhere the poster exhibits no wear. Condition: 9.6, Near Mint. Dimensions: 36" x 20".

Lot: 1016 - 1937 Lady Shopper Coca-Cola Cardboard Poster.

Beautifully matted and framed under glass and a stunning example with the original hanging cord and no wear or soiling noted on the piece at all. Condition: 9.8 - 10.0, Near Mint+. Dimensions: Framed: 36" x 18" x 1".

Lot: 1017 - 1947 Small Horizontal Coca-Cola Poster.

Great artwork and is framed under glass with light edge and surface wear and only a very light variety of small marks and rubs. Condition: 8.8 - 9.3, Excellent - Near Mint. Dimensions: Framed: 43" x 26 - 1/2" x 1".

Lot: 1018 - 1950s Coca-Cola European Small Cardboard Poster.

The lithograph is by Smeets & Schippers in Amsterdam, and the attractive artwork is by Gil Elvgrin. The poster presents wonderfully well and is free from wear or soiling with the exception of the upper-left quadrant, where there are some lines of

Lot: 1019 - 1942 Small Vertical Coca-Cola Poster.

Framed and matted under glass and features bold artwork with girl and umbrella. Only a number of very tiny and minuscule color nicks in random areas on the poster, which are mentioned for accuracy but unseen from a few feet away from the poster. The

Lot: 1020 - 1943 "Have A Coke!" Small Vertical Poster.

As clean and crisp as you will ever find this poster. Beautiful artwork that is a popular image. Condition: 9.9, Near Mint+. Dimensions: 27" x 16".

Lot: 1021 - Coca-Cola Pepsin Gum Paper Label Jar.

The jar is unmarked and the label is a reproduction. The Franklin lid fits and compliments the jar but is not ground to match the jar. Very little wear on either piece. Condition: 9.0 - 9.5, Near Mint. Dimensions: 12" x 4 - 3/4" x 4 - 3/4".

Lot: 1022 - 1900 - 1910 Coca-Cola Fired Label Bottle.

This is a beautiful syrup bottle which is not often found and one which exhibits little wear anywhere and has a very strong remaining label. The cap is an early 1900s style cap and compliments the bottle wonderfully. Condition: 9.6, Near Mint.

Lot: 1023 - Circa 1910 Coca-Cola Syrup Bottle.

Very strong example of this wreath bottle with nice textured applied color label. The bottle exhibits little to no overall wear and is a great example. Condition: 9.5, Near Mint. Dimensions: 12 - 1/2" x 3 - 1/2" x 3 - 1/2".

Lot: 1024 - Circa 1916 Coca-Cola "Bottle" Flared Glass.

This is a beautiful example and free from any nicks, wear or defects. The script is wonderfully strong and the letters composing the word "BOTTLE" have a wonderful script style. The acid-etching is beautifully uniform on the glass. Condition: 10.0,

Lot: 1025 - Circa 1904 Coca-Cola Flare Glass.

Beautiful acid-etched glass with somewhat of a light logo as was often the case with this early piece. The glass itself is wonderfully strong with no wear noted. Condition: 9.5, Near Mint. Dimensions: 4" x 3" x 3".

Lot: 1026 - 1906 Coca-Cola Pocket Mirror.

A slightly bumpy surface which is fairly uniform in nature, with random small surface checking. Condition: 8.0, Excellent. Dimensions: 3" x 1 - 3/4".

Lot: 1027 - 1907 Coca-Cola Pocket Mirror.

A nice looking mirror with a wonderfully smooth surface and only light to very moderate surface wear. Condition: 8.9 - 9.2, Near Mint. Dimensions: 3" x 1 - 3/4".

Lot: 1028 - 1908 Coca-Cola Pocket Mirror.

A good looking example with the lightest of surface wear and a few minuscule marks and a very smooth surface. Condition: 9.4, Near Mint. Dimensions: 3" x 1 - 3/4".

Lot: 1029 - 1909 Coca-Cola Pocket Mirror.

A very nice example with quite light wear and only a few small marks anywhere. Condition: 9.0 - 9.3, Near Mint. Dimensions: 3" x 1 - 3/4".

Lot: 1030 - 1910 Coca-Cola Pocket Mirror.

A good example with only a slightly bumpy surface and only faint foxing at left-hand edge in just a few spots, with light surface wear. Condition: 8.5, Excellent. Dimensions: 3" x 1 - 3/4".

Lot: 1031 - 1911 Coca-Cola Pocket Mirror.

Bold and bright colors with nearly no wear and a slightly bumpy surface, uniform in nature. Displays beautifully. Condition: 9.0 - 9.4, Near Mint. Dimensions: 3" x 1 - 3/4".

Lot: 1032 - 1914 Coca-Cola Pocket Mirror.

This example exhibits strong and bold colors with no fading and very little surface wear. The surface itself is somewhat bumpy when felt or viewed at certain angles. Condition: 8.9 - 9.4, Near Mint. Dimensions: 3" x 1 - 3/4".

Lot: 1033 - 1916 Coca-Cola Pocket Mirror.

A beautiful mirror with strong color, a slightly bumpy surface and a wonderful shine. Condition: 8.8 - 9.4, Near Mint. Dimensions: 3" x 1 - 3/4".

Lot: 1034 - 1920 Coca-Cola Pocket Mirror.

A very smooth surface with great detail and only slight gloss loss from very light surface wear. Condition: 8.7 - 9.0, Excellent+. Dimensions: 3" x 1 - 3/4".

Lot: 1035 - Very Scarce 1922 Coca-Cola Pocket Mirror.

Being what is a very difficult mirror to find, the bright colors, shine and condition put this example right among the top of those known. There is a shallow dent in the mirror that is visible when held at various angles only, and those same angles

Lot: 1036 - Circa 1930s Small Coca-Cola Mirror.

This is a beautiful example with only some ultra-mild loss of silvering at the extreme outer-left edge and top left border, otherwise wonderfully strong stencils remain on the logo and both bottles and no evidence of wear at all. Condition: 9.2 -

Lot: 1037 - 1901 Hilda Clark Coca-Cola Coupon.

This is a very clean and bright example with only the most minor of any wear or marks. Condition: 9.6 - 9.7, Near Mint. Dimensions: 3 - 1/2" x 1 - 3/4".

Lot: 1038 - 1901 Hilda Clark Folding menu.

Framed in a double glass frame so that both sides are visible. The colors on the front of the piece are bold, bright and vivid and the condition is strong with only very light edge wear and free of soiling. The back of the menu reveals an unspoiled

Lot: 1039 - Coca-Cola Chewing Gum Shipping Box Label.

Circa 1912, this paper label would have served as a wrapper for the box that held 20 packs of gum. This is an exceedingly rare survivor and a piece you are not likely to encounter elsewhere. The colors are bright and unfaded and the label has only

Lot: 1040 - 1902 Coca-Cola Trade Card.

This is a very nice example of this menu with some mild smudging in the gold areas in the background, and just a few dimple dot depressions visible in her hair from some angles. There are two tiny color chips in the ribbon in her hair and a quarter

Lot: 1041 - Large 1904 Coca-Cola Ink Blotter.

This is a wonderfully strong example of what is a difficult blotter to find. The blotter exhibits no wear whatsoever with strong remaining blue tones and shades. Condition: 9.9, Near Mint+. Dimensions: 9 - 1/4" x 4".

Lot: 1042 - 1940 Coca-Cola Gum Five Piece Package Wrapper.

The item is framed under glass and appears to be in perfect condition. Condition: 10.0, Mint. Dimensions: Framed: 7 - 1/2" x 7 - 1/2" x 1".

Lot: 1043 - 1940s Coca-Cola Unapplied Window Decal.

The item is framed under glass and having never been applied displays very well with only uniform ripples and wrinkles. Condition: 9.3, Near Mint. Dimensions: Framed: 12" x 37" x 1".

Lot: 1044 - 1900 Coca-Cola Celluloid Bookmark.

Clean, bright and beautiful with strong remaining colors in every respect. No wear is evident. Condition: 9.8, Near Mint+. Dimensions: 2 - 1/4" x 2".

Lot: 1045 - Circa 1907 Coca-Cola Pepsin Gum Booklet.

This booklet is quite unusual and possibly unique and features an early iteration of the "Dutch Boy" character which was used to promote the sale of the gum. We have never seen the booklet and have only seen a small die-cut of the boy in this similar

Lot: 1046 - 1903 Coca-Cola Bookmark.

Beautiful colors, shine, and embossing with very little to no wear make this a powerful example. Only the most minuscule of any marks anywhere on the piece. Condition: 9.8, Near Mint+. Dimensions: 6" x 2".

Lot: 1047 - 1905 Coca-Cola Bookmark.

Framed under glass and a bright and beautiful example with only minuscule paper chipping at the corners, mostly at the bottom and certainly nothing of note. Condition: 9.6, Near Mint. Dimensions: Framed: 8" x 5" x 1/2".

Lot: 1048 - 1904 Coca-Cola Bookmark.

Framed under glass and appears as near mint to mint as manufactured, with the exception of a tiny trimmed area at the border in the extreme upper-right corner and side. It could well have been stamped that way at the factory. The colors are stunning

Lot: 1049 - 1902 Coca-Cola Celluloid Stamp Holder.

Very strong colors and overall appearance both front and back on this example. Nearly no wear with the exception of a few minor dimples around the eyelet, but possibly from original manufacturing. The color tones are amazing. Condition: 9.4 - 9.6,

Lot: 1050 - 1903 Coca-Cola Celluloid Notepad.

This notepad boasts strong colors and shows little to no evidence of fading or wear. The normal mild warping in the celluloid is not at all pronounced. Examination of the back reveals a very faint diagonal crease line when viewed from some angles in

Lot: 1051 - 1902 Coca-Cola Menu Card.

A good looking card which is framed and matted to expose all the edges. A photocopy of the back of the menu is affixed to the back of the frame and reveals some moderate wear with a few paper chips and some writing on the back of the menu. The front

Lot: 1052 - 1916 Pearl White Coca-Cola Calendar.

Beautifully matted and framed under museum glass. These calendars are rare due to the fact they were only used as a magazine insert supplement and this is a great example. Only possibly very mild age toning that does not affect display and a few mild

Lot: 1053 - 1919 Coca-Cola Calendar.

Pad appears to be complete from January on and the metal strip is still retained at the top. This version shows the bottle and the colors remain clean, strong and vibrant. There are two short 1" closed tears at the upper-left corner area with a 1/2"

Lot: 1054 - 1928 Coca Cola Calendar.

Attractively framed under glass and appears complete with the metal strip and a full pad which includes the December 1927 cover sheet. The calendar has great color and appearance and is quite clean, with only four light to medium creases from

Lot: 1055 - 1927 Coca-Cola Distributor Calendar.

This is from a grocer in Proctersville, Vermont. Beautifully mounted and framed under glass, the piece features a complete pad with only some minor rust and soiling around the staples region and no other wear noted. Condition: 9.8, Near Mint+.

Lot: 1056 - 1930 Coca-Cola Calendar.

This is a beautiful piece with its original metal strip and features artwork by Hayden Hayden and the pad appears complete from February forward. The piece is framed and matted under glass and displays brightly with only some very minor edge ripples

Lot: 1057 - 1920s - 1930s Coca-Cola Four-Color Porcelain Sign.

Only a few light nicks and scratches within the border. The outer edge green border has seem some chipping with repair and repainting. Condition: 8.0 - 8.5, Excellent. Dimensions: 12" x 31".

Lot: 1058 - 1938 - 1939 Coca-Cola Pinback Button.

Another salesman's variation pinback with only moderate surface wear and a slightly dull surface as a result when viewed in angles to the light. One or two very shallow dents with strong remaining color. Condition: 8.4 - 8.7, Excellent. Dimensions: 2

Lot: 1059 - 1942 Canadian Large Coca-Cola Porcelain Sign.

This is a beautiful and impressive example, one which you could likely never improve. It has a day-one shine, and only one tiny porcelain nick which was possibly made that way that does not exceed 1/8" round. One of the most rare of all Coke

Lot: 1060 - 1940s Coca-Cola Wooden Six-Pack Carrier.

Displays quite well with very strong red paint remaining on the stencils on all four sides. Very little wear overall with strong yellow paint remaining as well. Only light surface rust on the metal banding. Condition: 9.0 - 9.5, Near Mint.

Lot: 1061 - Late 1930s Coca-Cola Wall Clock.

This is a beautiful and strong example of this clock with a wonderfully finished wooden frame and a face that displays just like new with no crazing. Condition: 9.4 - 9.6, Near Mint. Dimensions: 16" x 16" x 4".

Lot: 1062 - Coca-Cola Cavalier Vending Machine.

A beautiful exterior in original finish. The machine comes with a key. It has the original thermometer and takes a dime. It is a Cavalier 51, vending 51 bottles and has paperwork inside it with some information. The appearance is very strong with

Lot: 1063 - 1929 Coca-Cola Tin Sign.

Complete with its original string hanger, this is a beautiful example of the popular bevelled edge sign series. There are only a few tiny nicks or marks within the gold border as well as just the lightest of wear on the outer gold border itself.

Lot: 1064 - 1932 Coca-Cola Embossed Tin Sign.

This sign is never found in this condition and is framed under glass for its protection. It displays no wear of any kind and is mint as manufactured. It also features the harder to find border. Condition: 10.0, Near Mint. Dimensions: Framed: 22" x

Lot: 1065 - 1931 Embossed Coca-Cola Tin Sign.

The colors are bright and unfaded, with only a few small scratches which are mostly in the upper right corner area and some tiny nicks at the top edges, two very shallow stress bends above the "B" and "T" of "BOTTLES". Condition: 8.8 - 9.2,

Lot: 1066 - 1948 Coca-Cola Tin Button Sign.

The code date is "AM 88" which should designate August of 1948.This is a beautiful piece in stunning condition with literally no marks or wear. Complete with original protective paper. Condition 10, Mint. Dimensions: 25" x 25" x 1".

Lot: 1067 - Beautiful 1950s Coca-Cola Tin Button with Arrow.

Both pieces are as strong and pristine as you will find with no wear. Condition: 9.9, Near Mint+. Dimensions: 24 - 1/2" x 15 - 3/4".

Lot: 1068 - 1920s Coca-Cola Embossed Tin Sign.

Framed under glass for its protection and near mint as manufactured without any wear or flaws. Made by Donaldson Art Sign Company. Condition: 9.9, Near Mint+. Dimensions: Framed: 9" x 21" x 1".

Lot: 1069 - Circa 1908 Coca-Cola Vienna Art Plate.

Complete with the original outer gesso frame. The surface is slightly dull with some mild darkening and patina on the face and rim of the tray. The gesso frame has some wear, chips and retouching. Condition: 8.0 - 8.3, Excellent. Dimensions: Framed:

Lot: 1070 - 1930s Coca-Cola Tin Clicker.

Very good remaining paint with only light overall wear. Condition: 9.0 - 9.4, Near Mint. Dimensions: 1 - 3/4" x 3/4".

Lot: 1071 - 1930s Coca-Cola Tin Clicker.

These are rare to find and this is the same example that is shown on page 311 of Petretti's 12th edition. It's a unique piece with a bottle shape and has a small bit of paint rust on the neck of the bottle as well as a bit of small rust spotting on

Lot: 1072 - 1920s Coca-Cola Wooden Whistle.

Clean and bright with strong original paint remaining and only a few rubs as a result of very light wear. From the Thom Thompson collection. Actual item shown in the Petretti's guide. Condition: 8.6 - 9.0, Excellent. Dimensions: 1 - 1/2" x 3/4".

Lot: 1073 - 1930s Coca-Cola Tin Whistle.

Very good overall example with some light wear and scratches, the strongest of which are on the backside of the piece that is not normally displayed. Condition: 8.3 - 8.7. Dimensions: 4 - 1/4" x 3 - 1/4" x 1".

Lot: 1074 - Lot of 2: Coca-Cola Whistles.

1930s aluminum siren and a 1920s metal whistle. The 1920s whistle has only very light paint wear with good remaining printing, the 1930s siren is very bright with very few marks or wear of any sort. Condition: 9.0 - 9.8, Near Mint. Dimensions: 2" x

Lot: 1075 - 1920s Coca-Cola Cardboard Whistle.

This whistle displays beautifully with strong and unfaded colors and only light wear and soiling at the bottom of the piece and at a few edges and corners. The wear is not advanced at all. Condition: 8.9 - 9.3, Near Mint. Dimensions: 3 - 3/4" x 1 -

Lot: 1076 - 1943 Coca-Cola Playing Card Deck.

A beautiful example with the original seal still on the box. Condition is wonderful with only the most minor of any marks or wear. This yellow version is rare. Condition: 9.5, Near Mint. Dimensions: 3 - 3/4" x 2 - 1/2" x 1/2".

Lot: 1077 - 1943 Coca-Cola Playing Card Deck.

This is a blue variation and also is stamped and sealed and unopened. A beautiful example again that could never be improved upon with no wear. Condition: 9.8, Near Mint+. Dimensions: 3 - 3/4" x 2 - 1/2" x 1/2".

Lot: 1078 - Beautiful 1950s Marx Coke Truck with Box.

Very strong example of this truck with only a few small marks of scratches anywhere and complete with a wonderful box that has only a few bends and dents but very strong red stenciling on all sides. Condition: 9.5, Near Mint. Dimensions: Box: 6" x

Lot: 1079 - 1940s - 1950s Pepsi-Cola Clock with Dancer.

Plastic and metal construction and was made in Germany. These clocks are fairly difficult to find and this is a very nice example with only very light wear and some mild loss on a few small spots of the gold highlights. From the Everette Lloyd

Lot: 1080 - 1910 Pepsi-Cola Change Tray.

Very attractive tray is offered here with uniform crazing on the face of the piece as well as only a few very tiny paint nicks and one or two small dimples seen when viewed from certain angles. The rim and border are both very clean with only a few

Lot: 1081 - 1909 Stunning Pepsi-Cola Calendar.

The item is framed under glass and if you're not familiar with the piece, the finish on the surface is highly enameled and quite shiny. The pad is complete from March 1909 to the following February of 1910 and the metal strip is still affixed to the

Lot: 1082 - Unusual Fowler's Smash Syrup Bottle.

Circa 1905 - 1915, this is quite unusual in that the bottle is triangular shaped. The bottom is marked "PATENT APPLIED FOR" and "ROSSLYN VIRGINIA". It has a very strong flat label under glass with only some quite mild edge staining and strong

Lot: 1083 - Circa 1910 Modox Cutout Change Tray.

Beautiful image, graphics and colors here with only light outer-edge wear, nothing of note. A few subtle gloss differences on the face of the tray might disappear from cleaning. Condition: 9.3 - 9.5, Near Mint. Dimensions: 5" x 4 - 3/4".

Lot: 1084 - Circa 1915 - 1920 Zipp's Cherri-o Tray.

This is a stunning example of what is a popular and most colorful tray. Virtually no wear with only the most minor of any marks anywhere on the piece. Condition: 9.7, Near Mint+. Dimensions: 12" x 12" x 1 - 1/4".

Lot: 1085 - 1920s Hires Cardboard Poster.

Beautifully framed under glass, this enameled and textured cardboard sign features attractive artwork by Bradshaw Crandell. There is a copy on the back of the sign affixed to the back of the frame which shows that it still has the original hanging

Lot: 1086 - Circa 1905 Hires Root Beer Tin Tray.

The condition on this tray is stunning and one would be hard pressed to ever improve upon this grade. Only a few most minor surface marks or scratches on the face of the tray, and a few outer edge rim chips and nicks only. Condition: 9.2, Near Mint.

Lot: 1087 - Circa 1900 Hires Root Beer Stoneware Coaster.

Beautifully formed and embossed, this exceptional piece presents as nearly perfect with no signs of wear. It is stamped and marked "METTLACH - VILLEROY & BOCH" on the back. Few examples exist. Condition: 9.9, Near Mint+. Dimensions: 4 - 3/4" Dia.

Lot: 1088 - 1880s - 1890s Rare Hires Paper Sign.

Nicely framed under glass and featuring a young lady with exquisite artwork and no wear. Condition: 10.0, Mint. Dimensions: Framed: 15" x 12" x 1".

Lot: 1089 - Attractive 1920s Hires Cardboard Poster.

Beautifully framed and matted under glass with captivating artwork by Haskill Coffin. The visible image measures 14" x 20" and displays only very subtle age toning and the smallest and lightest of a few nicks and marks. A very impressive display

Lot: 1090 - Circa 1905 Hires Root Beer Pocket Mirror.

This version features girl with multiple roses and exhibits only light to very moderate wear. Condition: 8.7 - 9.2, Excellent - Near Mint. Dimensions: 3" x 1 - 3/4".

Lot: 1091 - Circa 1905 Hires Root Beer Pocket Mirror.

This variation features girl holding mug and has only light to very moderate surface wear. Condition: 8.5 - 9.2, Excellent+. Dimensions: 3" x 1 - 3/4".

Lot: 1092 - Lot of 2: Hires Mugs.

Two nice early mugs are featured here, the white mug is beautiful with no wear. The tall heavy stoneware mug has a few closed cracks descending from the top lip for an inch or two. Condition: 8.5 - 10.0, Excellent - Mint. Dimensions: Largest: 7" x 5

Lot: 1093 - 1900 - 1905 Hires Root Beer Squatty Mug.

Marked "MADE IN GERMANY BY VILLEROY & BOCH" and exhibits little to no wear with light crazing, light soiling and a few mild interior stains. Condition: 9.5, Near Mint. Dimensions: 4" x 4" x 3".

Lot: 1094 - 1900 - 1905 Tall Hires Mug.

The bottom is stamped and marked "MADE IN GERMANY BY VILLEROY & BOCH". The colors and condition are beautiful with little to no wear and mostly just interior crazing as light as you will find. Condition: 9.6, Near Mint. Dimensions: 5" x 4" x 2 -

Lot: 1095 - Early Hires Root Beer Stoneware Mug.

1890 - 1905, with very heavy embossing and a wonderful example with only two very tiny rim nicks which possibly could have been from original manufacturing. Condition: 9.7, Near Mint+. Dimensions: 5 - 1/2" x 4 - 1/2" x 3".

Lot: 1096 - Cardinal Cherry Syrup Dispenser.

The very rare green version. Another good looking and heavily embossed dispenser with only light to very moderate wear exhibited. This variation has green cherries and leaves on a royal blue background. The piece presents very well with no major

Lot: 1097 - Ward's Lime Crush Syrup Dispenser.

This lime crush figural dispenser displays very strongly, and is free of any evidence of heavy wear or use. There are a few color chips on the piece, most of which are on the bottom decoration and they have little impact on overall display. There is

Lot: 1098 - Crawford's Cherry Fizz Syrup Dispenser.

This classic dispenser displays very well with only a few body marks and the lightest of small area staining. Interesting to note is that the words "ROOT BEER" are still visible on the back of the dispenser and were hand painted years ago as this

Lot: 1099 - Grape Crush Syrup Dispenser.

This figural barrel dispenser features embossed grapes and is made of purple glass rather than ceramic construction. The condition is beautiful and nearly perfect as manufactured. There are gold highlights around the embossed lettering. A few

Lot: 1100 - Cherry Smash Yellow Version Syrup Dispenser.

This is yet another variation of Cherry Smash featuring five cents on the sides with yellow lettering. It displays very well and has an original marked pump. There is only very moderate wear or marks on the piece with evidence of a surface repair

Lot: 1101 - Drink Fowler's Root Beer Syrup Dispenser.

Beautiful condition root beer dispenser with its original marked plunger pump. The piece is free of all except the most minor of any body marks or wear and the condition would be very difficult to ever improve upon. Condition: Near Mint+. Dimensions:

Lot: 1102 - Dr. Swett's Root Beer Syrup Dispenser.

This classic barrel has bright gold leaf rings remaining with strong original lettering on one side. The body is clean and bright with little to no marks or wear noted. The plunger pump fits perfectly and seats nicely. Condition: Near Mint.

Lot: 1103 - Drink Parfay Syrup Dispenser.

This unusual form of a dispenser is very enjoyable as a variation on the standard style, and this is a nice example. It only shows evidence of moderate use with some resulting wear on the gold banding, as well as a stress surface crack around the "K"

Lot: 1104 - 1914 The Willy's Overland Co. Cardboard Cutout.

Outstanding colors and graphics exist on this piece with an attractive Western scene presented. The car and passengers is a separate piece of cardboard which folds out to protrude roughly one inch from the piece and makes a nice dimensional display.

Lot: 1105 - Circa 1915 Packard Cable Paper Poster.

Beautifully framed and matted under glass with stunning artwork of girl atop pier post. The image area is bold and vivid and without blemish. Condition: 10.0, Mint. Dimensions: Framed: 30" x 23" x 1".

Lot: 1106 - 1905 Bull Dog Fruit Cider Oval Sign.

The sign is beautifully embossed and enameled cardboard construction with a flat section at the base made to resemble the bottom of an easel. It still retains its original paper hanging hook on the back and the artwork is beautiful and was taken from

Lot: 1107 - CIrca 1920 - 1925 Howard Duster Large Poster.

This poster is framed under glass with strong vivid colors and a wonderful image of girl with prominent display of the product. Only one or two minuscule marks exist on the poster and it is literally without blemish elsewhere. Condition: 9.8, Near

Lot: 1108 - 1920s Hy-Quality Coffee Cutout Cardboard Sign.

Nicely framed under glass is this beautiful, classic and desirable cutout with the girl on swing. This is a very clean example with only some very light variety of soiling mostly in the form of a few small darker dots and a couple of most minor

Lot: 1109 - Thompson's Malted Milk Porcelain Jar with Lid.

Circa 1920s, this is as strong an example of the jar as you will ever find. Only the most minuscule of any marks or wear. Condition: 9.9, Near Mint+. Dimensions: 10" x 7 - 1/2" x 7 - 1/2".

Lot: 1110 - Nestle's Milkmaid Brand Clock.

The exact age of this clock is unknown and the bezel is a bit off-center and looks as though it was integrated into the wooden frame at a later time, possibly indicating some sort of marriage of two clocks together. There is also evidence of old

Lot: 1111 - Impressive 1900 W. H. Baker Chocolate Paper

Beautifully matted and framed under glass and displaying multiple products. The colors are rich and vibrant, and the poster displays powerfully with only three or four paper crimps or wrinkles, seen when closely examined. This is a scarce item that

Lot: 1112 - Framed Lillibridge Chocolates Cardboard Cutout.

This beautiful piece is dated 1906 and the lithographer is Kauffman and Strauss Company.The piece has only a bit of minute warping on the right side, but features day one color and detail with no wear. Condition: 9.7, Near Mint. Dimensions: 18" x 15"

Lot: 1113 - Early Circa 1905 Zeno Gum Cutout of Little Girl.

Nicely framed under glass this darling cutout is exquisite in its details and retains rich embossing and a beautiful enameled finish. What is difficult to discern the way it is framed is that there are open cutouts near the girl's hair on the piece

Lot: 1114 - Early and Large Kis-Me Gum Cutout.

At 18" tall, this size and format is much larger and more impressive than what is normally seen. The cardboard is highly enameled and the die-cut form is very detailed and heavily embossed. No wear or blemishes are noted on the piece at all, with the

Lot: 1115 - Circa 1900 Zeno Gum Small Cardboard Sign.

Framed under glass and a beautiful example with no wear. Condition: 9.9, Near Mint+. Dimensions: Framed: 15" x 15" x 1".

Lot: 1116 - Pulver Chewing Gum Dispenser.

This machine is beautiful in every respect and quite a strong example. It comes complete with keys and vends perfectly. There are only the smallest of outer edge nicks in the porcelain body, with just a few small nicks around the white receiver

Lot: 1117 - J P Primley's Chewing Gum Showcase.

Nice cabinet with all original finish and lettering. A good bit of the gold leaf is worn from the lettering but the glass front and panels are sound. The showcase still retains its original manufacturer's tag on the base at the center in the front.

Lot: 1118 - 1930s - 1940s Copper & Brass Fire Extinguisher.

This is a nicely polished and good display piece with only light soiling and minimal wear. Condition: 9.0 - 9.5, Near Mint. Dimensions: 24" x 9" x 8".

Lot: 1119 - Glass Display Case.

This is a wonderful petite size with what appears to be all original glass and finish on the oak portions. The back door is spring-loaded and the mirror in the back of the cabinet on the door is a replacement. Condition: Excellent. Dimensions: 6" x

Lot: 1120 - Glass Display Case.

Nice looking cabinet in a good size and appears very sound with glass on all four sides. It is set up with three interior shelves and exhibits only light wear. Condition: 9.0+, Near Mint. Dimensions: 24" x 15" x 15".

Lot: 1121 - Glass Display Case.

This is a cover case and the contents are accessed by simply lifting the top straight up. Very sound condition with only light wear. Condition: 8.5 - 9.0, Excellent. Dimensions: 18" x 15" x 20".

Lot: 1122 - Waterman's Pen Display Case.

Good looking display case with most of the original decal on wood remaining very well. Only moderate overall wear. Condition: 8.0 - 8.5, Excellent. Dimensions: 12" x 21" x 18 - 1/4".

Lot: 1123 - Jos Knittel Mfg. Show Case.

Very nice show case in a petite size with an attractive cherry-toned finish and very little overall wear. Condition: 8.5 - 9.0, Excellent. Dimensions: 15 - 3/4" x 13" x 8".

Lot: 1124 - Circa 1900 - 1910 Zeno Gum Display Case.

Great looking early oak showcase with very little wear and only light soiling. There are two old screw holes on the left and right side of the base that probably lent stability on a counter at one time when this was in use. Condition: 8.5 - 9.0,

Lot: 1125 - Adams Pepsin Tutti-Fruitti Show Case.

This is a classic small show case that has been beautifully refinished and appears to have its original mirror in the back with only partial and limited loss of silvering. A very sound example overall. Condition: 9.0 - 9.2, Near Mint. Dimensions: 17

Lot: 1126 - Carter's Inks Display Case.

This is a great looking case with decals on three glasses and a mirrored back. The oak cabinet is very sound with only light exterior wear and the entire cabinet presents wonderfully. A very rare show case and possibly unique. Condition: Excellent+.

Lot: 1127 - Glass Front Wooden Display Case.

Very nice cabinet with an old lock and key mechanism for front door and three interior shelves. Light to moderate overall wear. Condition: 8.5 - 9.0, Excellent. Dimensions: 24 - 1/4" x 20" x 12 - 1/4".

Lot: 1128 - Corticelli Silk Spool Cabinet.

Nine-drawer model with original decals on the front wooden panels, top and bottom. A very good appearance with the drawer panels having been replaced with masonite sheets to accommodate good utility. Attractive finish on the cabinet itself with just

Lot: 1129 - J & P Coats Spool Cotton Display Cabinet.

Nice classic four-sided cabinet with only light to moderate overall wear and a natural-looking if not original finish. Condition: 8.5 - 9.0, Excellent. Dimensions: 22 - 3/4" x 21" x 17 - 1/2".

Lot: 1130 - Beautifully Restored Early Toledo Scale.

This scale makes a wonderful display piece with highest quality glossy repainting and striping and polished brass accents. Displays as near mint. Condition: Restored. Dimensions: 15" x 17" x 7".

Lot: 1131 - Toledo Scale with Expert Restoration.

Restored in green paint with a high gloss finish and nicely detailed striping and displays as near mint. Condition: Restored. Dimensions: 15" x 17" x 7".

Lot: 1132 - National Stores & Specialty Co. Scale.

This is a beautiful scale with a total and professionally done restoration. The face plate is chrome-plated with red, white and blue painted highlights and really sets this little scale apart. The capacity of the scale is four pounds and displays as

Lot: 1133 - De Laval Wood Cabinet with Supplies.

Nicely presenting oak cabinet with embossed tin sign. There is some rubbing of the background paint, most notably on the embossed tin sign panel. The window lock style door clasp is partially broken. Cabinet finish is pleasing and could be original.

Lot: 1134 - Sauer's Flavoring Extracts Display Cabinet.

A great looking and very sound cabinet with a highly decorative fully restored front glass panel. The level of restoration is outstanding and complete with gold leaf. The case is quite sound and in a pleasing finish. Condition: 8.5 - 9.0, Excellent+.

Lot: 1135 - Early Diamond Dyes Wooden Cabinet.

The case of the cabinet is very clean with only the lightest of wear as is the embossed tin sign on the front. The sign itself is about as high condition as one will ever find with only one or two tiny paint flecks and still retaining a wonderful

Lot: 1136 - Willimantic Four-Drawer Spool Cabinet.

This is a nice looking cabinet with full decoration and advertising on all four sides and a nicely detailed wooden case. Beautifully refinished at one point in the past and displays only very light wear. Condition: 9.0 - 9.3, Near Mint. Dimensions:

Lot: 1137 - I. W. Harper Nelson Co. Kentucky Whiskey Jug.

Very sound jug made of stoneware with uniform crazing over the body of the jug and only very light wear. Condition: 9.0, Near Mint. Dimensions: 7" x 5" x 5".

Lot: 1138 - Spring Lake Sour Mash Bourbon Jug.

This jug presents very well with only some light wear on a few of the letters. Condition: 9.0, Near Mint. Dimensions: 7 - 1/2" x 5" x 5".

Lot: 1139 - Meredith's Diamond Club Pure Rye Whiskey Jug.

Another very fine looking jug with only a small rub on the "U" of "PURE" and light wear on the gold leaf. Condition: 9.3, Near Mint. Dimensions: 7 - 1/2" x 5" x 5".

Lot: 1140 - Pennsylvania Club Pure Rye Whiskey Jug.

Another very clean jug with a bold front logo and decoration and little to no overall wear. Condition: 9.7, Near Mint+. Dimensions: 7 - 1/2" x 5" x 5".

Lot: 1141 - Old Maryland Pure Rye Whiskey Jug.

This is a very nice early jug with strong graphics and no wear. Condition: 9.8, Near Mint+. Dimensions: 7 - 1/2" x 5" x 5".

Lot: 1142 - 1906 "Country Life in America" Bound Magazines.

This large book features issues spanning from May to October of 1906 and includes some beautiful and fantastic advertising on its pages, including some very interesting Coca-Cola ads. It contains three impressive full page back cover color ads. Two

Lot: 1143 - 1943 Coca-Cola Small Horizontal Poster with

Mounted and framed under glass, this poster presents wonderfully well with beautiful graphics and the primary shortcomings are limited to a strong scuff in the green field on the left side and some very light surface scuffs and surface wear in the

Lot: 1144 - 1945 Large Vertical Coke Poster with Serviceman

Framed under plexiglass with an image area that has only a few small spots or marks with one tiny color chip in the upper-right blue field. Only the lightest of edge wear and soiling with a small bend in the lower left corner. This image is rarely

Lot: 1145 - 1945 Horizontal Coca-Cola Poster.

Framed under glass so that all the edges are visible, and the actual piece measures 23 - 1/2" x 41". The artwork and colors combine to provide a mesmerizing poster here, and the allure is definitely supported by the high state of condition. Only a

Lot: 1146 - 1941 Large Vertical Coca-Cola Poster.

Nicely framed under glass with spacers. A beautiful and vibrant poster with only one or two small scuffs or marks of little to no consequence. There are some small random dots in the color on the upper left side and corner of the piece, but those

Lot: 1147 - 1940 Coca-Cola Cardboard Cutout of Bathing Girl.

Framed under glass and secured with mylar supports. Very clean and bright with day-one colors remaining and retaining the original string hanger. Virtually no wear or detriments are noted. This lot also includes the two foot protector pieces designed

Lot: 1148 - Highly Desired 1936 Large Coke Circus Poster.

Framed under glass, this poster is as good as you'll ever find in terms of condition, with only one small closed tear and paper chip at the very top border edge on right side. Elsewhere, only minute edge wear. A wonderfully vivid and clean interior

Lot: 1149 - 1930 Coke Cardboard Cutout Bottle Display.

This is a very rare find and impossible to find in this condition. It's attractively framed under glass and is wonderfully clean and with only the lightest of color nicking at a few of the edge areas. No wear or marks on the main image area or front

Lot: 1150 - Exceedingly Rare 1903 - 1905 Coca-Cola Chewing Gum

Beautifully matted and framed under glass, this darling piece could not display any better or be one of the more high-profile pieces from John's collection. It was discovered 20 - 25 years ago and had been in the hands of a long-time Coca-Cola plant

Lot: 1151 - Large & Impressive 1929 Heavy Cardboard Poster.

This is a tremendously rare survivor which has been mounted and framed under glass. The condition and colors are truly eye-popping and within the border the piece presents as nearly pristine. On the outer border only there are small specks of soiling

Lot: 1152 - 1935 Coca-Cola Jackie Cooper Large Poster.

Nicely matted and framed under glass and displays beautifully with one 2" closed tear on right side and only a few very tiny marks or nicks. The piece is also complete with its side extender panels, which are offered in two separate frames. The

Lot: 1153 - 1927 Coca-Cola Good Company Trolley Sign.

A beautiful example with only the slightest of age toning and some very minor edge wear. A nice original sheen remains on the poster and improvement on this condition would be difficult. Condition: 9.5, Near Mint. Dimensions: Framed: 26 - 1/2" x 16 -

Lot: 1154 - 1948 Coca-Cola Cardboard Poster.

The size is larger than the standard small horizontal and the graphics are stunning. The condition is stellar and as good as you'll ever find with no marks or wear. Condition: 9.9, Near Mint+. Dimensions: 41" x 23 - 1/2".

Lot: 1155 - 1930s Coca-Cola Cardboard Poster with Florine

Framed and matted under plexiglass. The image area measures 13 - 1/2" x 29 - 1/4" and is wonderfully clean and free from wear and marks in every way. Condition: 9.8 - 10.0, Near Mint - Mint. Dimensions: Framed: 35" x 18 - 3/4" x 1".

Lot: 1156 - 1944 Large Vertical Coke Poster with Serviceman

Framed under plexiglass with strong remaining color and only random surface marks and rubs most of which take the form of very small scattered dots. Elsewhere, quite a clean example with only a few minimal marks, not impacting condition greatly at

Lot: 1157 - 1943 Small Vertical Coca-Cola Poster.

Framed under non-glare glass with nearly no wear and beautiful colors and images. There is one very shallow upper-left corner bend and small surface wrinkle. Condition: 9.6, Near Mint. Dimensions: Framed: 27" x 16" x 1".

Lot: 1158 - 1939 Vintage Series Small Vertical Coca-Cola

Framed under glass and displays wonderfully with its original glossy and textured surface. With the exception of a lower-right corner bump, very minor edge wear, and a few small spots or marks, the poster is without blemish. Condition: 9.4 - 9.6,

Lot: 1159 - 1940s Coca-Cola Small Vertical Poster with Girl on

Framed under glass and is a beautiful example again with no wear noted. Condition: 9.8 - 10.0, Mint. Dimensions: Framed: 30" x 18" x 1".

Lot: 1160 - 1949 Coca-Cola Cardboard Poster.

Very bright and clean and from the Heydt collection in Germany. The face of the poster has only a very minor small scratch and depression near the "T" of "REFRESHMENT", with some very light extreme outer-edge wear and a very minor smudge at

Lot: 1161 - 1949 Coca-Cola Small vertical Poster with Tennis

Framed under glass and is beautifully bright and clean and near mint as manufactured with the exception of three tiny paper chips in the color in the extreme lower-right hand corner. Condition; 9.4 - 9.7, Near Mint. Dimensions: Framed: 32" x 21" x 1

Lot: 1162 - 1944 Girl on Bike Small Horizontal Coke Poster.

A few tiny surface scuffs and scratches that don't greatly detract and mostly in solid color or background areas, very little edge wear and no soiling. Condition: 9.2, Near Mint. Dimensions: Framed: 25 - 1/2" x 42" x 1".

Lot: 1163 - 1903 - 1905 Coca-Cola Chewing Gum Jar and Lid.

The lid with the round stopper has a number of small chips at the base of the stopper which are hidden from view when in place. The jar itself is beautiful, clean and bright, and exhibits little to no overall wear. Condition: 9.0 - 9.5, Near Mint.

Lot: 1164 - 1912 - 1913 Small Five Cents Coca-Cola Flared

This is a beautiful example of the small nickel glass and has wonderfully uniform acid-etching. The glass exhibits only the lightest of any wear or marks and is free of any chips or nicks on the rim. Condition: 9.7, Near Mint+. Dimensions: 4" x 3" x

Lot: 1165 - 1913 Coca-Cola Large Five Cent Flared Glass.

This is a beautiful and bright example with no rim chips or nicks, very strong and uniform acid-etching, and only a small series of very light surface scratches on the lower left side of the glass. Those scratches certainly don't stand out and take

Lot: 1166 - Circa 1912 Large Five Cents Flared Glass for

This is another clean aand bright glass with only one sand-pebble as manufactured, a small air bubble as manufactured and five small rim nicks. The acid-etching is quite uniform and the "5 CENTS" is exceptionally bold and a much thicker line on the

Lot: 1167 - 1900 - 1904 Coca-Cola Straight-Sided Glass.

This is yet another beautiful glass which is a variation of the other 1900 - 1904 style. This one features stencil breaks in the syrup line and the logo. No wear or imperfections are noted. Condition: 10.0, Mint. Dimensions: 4" x 2 - 1/4" x 2 - 1/4".

Lot: 1168 - 1905 Small Lillian Nordica Coupon.

Beautifully matted and framed under glass with a photocopy of the backside of the coupon shown in right panel. The coupon itself is very bright with only the tiniest of any marks a few small dots of light soiling. Not commonly seen all attached with

Lot: 1169 - 1910 Coca-Cola Postcard.

This example has only a small upper-right corner bend and the lightest of any wear on the face of the card. The back of the card has been written upon and bears a 1910 postmark. Condition: 9.1 - 9.4, Near Mint. Dimensions: 5 - 1/2" x 3 - 1/2".

Lot: 1170 - 1944 Small Horizontal Coca-Cola Poster.

A beautiful poster that is framed under glass and features a natural, glossier finish than most posters of the era. Presents as a flawless example. Condition: 10.0, Near Mint+. Dimensions: Framed: 22" x 39" x 1 - 1/4".

Lot: 1171 - 1912 - 1914 Rare Coca-Cola Gum Fan.

These items are very rarely found and this came from the collection of the late Phil Perdue. It's a darling piece with numerous faces of young children shown on the front and a great graphic of the gum pack on the back. The piece exhibits some light

Lot: 1172 - 1901 Coca-Cola Trade Card.

This is a strong example and is a slightly different variation in a larger format from the smaller 1901 "Hilda" coupon. Very clean and bright with only some pencil writing of a person's name on the back of the coupon. Condition: 9.5 - 9.7, Near Mint.

Lot: 1173 - Circa 1908 Coca-Cola Drink Coupon.

Nice condition card with strong purple tones remaining on the front and brown predominates on the back of the card. Neither side exhibits any meaningful wear. Condition: 9.5, Near Mint. Dimensions: 3 - 1/2" x 1 - 3/4".

Lot: 1174 - Lot of 4: Coca-Cola Vehicle Photographs.

These photos are quite early and historic in nature and the vehicles are something to marvel at. A few stains and smudges on two of the photographs, with light wear elsewhere. Condition 7.5 - 8.5, Excellent. Dimensions: Each: 9" x 11".

Lot: 1175 - Circa 1912 Coca-Cola Matchbook.

This is a wonderfully strong example of a rare matchbook and the colors are bold, bright and vivid. There are only four staple holes both front and back combined and nearly no soiling or wear otherwise. All matches inside are marked and un-detached.

Lot: 1176 - 1911 Coca-Cola Envelope.

This came from the Roddy Goodman Company in Knoxville, who were both Coca-Cola bottlers and candy manufacturers. It's a great item that helps document the relation and crossover between the two interests. A good bit of wear and tatter is on the cover

Lot: 1177 - Circa 1913 Coca-Cola Matchbook.

Complete with all of its marked matches and totally unused. This makes for a beautiful and strong example with only the lightest of any soiling, not affecting the display of what is a beautifully colored image of a girl with bottle. Another item that

Lot: 1178 - 1930s Coca-Cola Pullmatch Ashtray.

This item is offered with a promotional card showing the piece as it was offered to bottlers. The plating on the bottle is beautiful. The condition of the base ashtray is wonderfully sound with only light soiling. The shade topper is slightly faded

Lot: 1179 - Very Rare Circa 1900 Coca-Cola Pewter Glass

This unique piece could easily pre-date 1900 and it is stamped with a maker on the bottom. The letters that are visible read as "...WN MFG. CO.", and underneath that, visible are "...RUPLE PLATE". After research by John, he determined this means

Lot: 1180 - Coca Cola 50th Anniversary Plate.

From the 1950s, this Lenox plate is totally unused and just like new with no wear at all. Condition: 10.0, Near Mint+. Dimensions: 10 - 1/2" Dia.

Lot: 1181 - 1940s - 1950s Coca-Cola Sandwich Plate.

Made by Wellsville China Company, this is a strong and crisp example with no wear not commonly found. Condition: 9.9, Near Mint+. Dimensions: 7 - 1/2" Dia.

Lot: 1182 - 1930s Coca-Cola China Sandwich Plate Plus Box.

Offered in this lot is the standard china plate of the period in wonderful condition with only light uniform small pattern crazing and no wear. Included in the lot is an original cardboard box which once held one dozen sandwich plates. The box is in

Lot: 1183 - Coca-Cola 1917 Calendar.

Beautifully framed and matted under museum glass and appears to be complete with a full pad and metal strip. The colors are bright and strong as is the condition, with only 10 or 12 horizontal light roll marks and lines Condition: 9.1 - 9.4, Near

Lot: 1184 - Beautiful 1918 Coca-Cola Calendar.

Nicely matted and framed under glass, the pad appears to be complete with the attached metal strip at top. The colors and preservation on this calendar are absolutely stunning and is one of the highest condition examples, if not the highest, that I

Lot: 1185 - 1922 Coke Calendar.

Attractively matted and framed under glass, the metal strip is not visible but the pad is full for the year. The January page of the calendar pad has light soiling and staining only, and the calendar top is wonderfully clean and bright with two or

Lot: 1186 - 1939 Coca-Cola Calendar.

This is a stunning example and was made in Canada. It retains its metal strip, hanger hook and a full pad with cover page. It's a stunning example and free of any defects at all. Condition: 10.0, Mint. Dimensions: 24 - 3/4" x 13 - 3/4".

Lot: 1187 - 1938 Coca-Cola Pinback Button.

A nice large size with great graphics of the cooler that would have been worn by the salesman. The colors are bold and bright and there is only light surface wear on the badge. There is a very shallow horizontal dent as well as a sharper, tiny dent

Lot: 1188 - 1933 Coca-Cola Porcelain Shield.

This is a beautiful two-sided example with high gloss and shelving that is very pronounced on both sides. The lesser side has a few mild cardboard pattern rubs or scuffs that are visible only when viewed at certain angles. There is also a very

Lot: 1189 - 1950s Coca-Cola Small Dome Clock.

This small German made piece features four bottles for the pendulum and is known as "The Contessa". It is very clean and bright under the plastic dome as well as the outer base ring and retains a very bright face. Condition: 9.0 - 9.3, Near Mint.

Lot: 1190 - 1950s Coca-Cola Cinderella Clock.

This clock displays very well with a beautiful and bright face and dial. These pieces were made in Germany and don't surface very often in the marketplace. There is some very mild wear and soiling on the plated surfaces. The side panels and front

Lot: 1191 - 1942 Coca-Cola Tin Sign.

Another stunning example with only four neatly drilled non-original holes in the extreme outer corners. This particular version was made by American Art Works and is dated March 1942. The condition is absolutely stellar and unspoiled with only the

Lot: 1192 - 1901 Coca-Cola Change Tray.

This tray displays and presents beautifully with only uniform small pattern crazing. Elsewhere on the face of the tray there are eight to ten tiny dots, primarily in the red field with retouching and retouching on the lower part of the table sign on

Lot: 1193 - 1903 Coca-Cola Change Tray.

This is a classic early change tray with a good and sound overall appearance. There are some fine surface scratches and crazing lines, with some darkening in the form of light staining along some of those lines. Elsewhere on the tray, rim and border

Lot: 1194 - 1906 Coca-Cola Change Tray.

Very light uniform surface scratching and two tiny surface dents, strong color remains on the face of the tray and only a small smudge on the bottom of the border and a few tiny rim nicks. Condition: 8.8, Excellent+. Dimensions: 4 - 1/4" Dia.

Lot: 1195 - 1907 Coca-Cola Change Tray.

This tray has only a few small marks anywhere in the image area with a slight loss of gloss there. The border has a bit more soiling and some small edge nicks. Condition: 8.0 - 8.3, Excellent. Dimensions: 6" x 4 - 1/4".

Lot: 1196 - 1909 Coca-Cola Change Tray.

One small shallow dent and a few surface marks visible when viewed at certain angles. Just a few outer edge rim nicks and quite a clean border. Condition: 8.9 - 9.3, Near Mint. Dimensions: 6 - 1/4" x 4 - 1/2".

Lot: 1197 - 1910 Coca-Cola Change Tray.

This tray has a clean face with some light large pattern crazing on the face. The border and rim are quite clean. Condition: 8.8 - 9.2, Near Mint. Dimensions: 6" x 4 - 1/4".

Lot: 1198 - Circa 1910 Pepsi-Cola Change Tray.

Beautifully clean and bright with stunning colors and detail. There is one tiny area of retouching, just at and above the top of her hat. Displays better than rated condition. Condition: 8.5 - 9.0, Excellent. Dimensions: 6" x 4 - 1/4".

Lot: 1199 - 1910 - 1920 Cherry Smash Label Under Glass Bottle.

This is another great syrup bottle which features only slight fading but very strong gold leaf remaining on the label under glass. The bottle itself is quite clean with nearly no wear. It is interesting to note that the cap is also embossed "FOWLER'S

Lot: 1200 - Large and Impressive Nesbitt's Orange Cardboard

Very graphic with strong artwork by Andrew Loomis. Exceptionally bright and clean with no wear. Condition: 10.0, Mint. Dimensions: Framed: 27" x 38 -1/2" x 1 - 1/2".

Lot: 1201 - 1920s Orange Crush Hand Fan.

This piece is richly framed and matted in a small showcase mounting which exposes all the edges of the fan. This example is without flaw and absolutely stunning. Condition: 10.0, Mint. Dimensions: Framed: 15" x 11 - 1/2" x 1 - 1/4".

Lot: 1202 - 1940s NuGrape Embossed Bottle Cutout.

This is a gorgeous tin sign which is heavily embossed with day one color remaining and only the most minor of any marks or wear. Condition: 9.8, Near Mint+. Dimensions: 17" x 5".

Lot: 1203 - 1950s RC Cola Santa Cardboard Poster.

This poster is framed under glass and free of marks and wear. Condition 9.9, Near Mint. Dimensions: Framed: 11 - 1/2" x 28" x 1 - 1/4".

Lot: 1204 - Cherry Smash Syrup Dispenser.

This is a beautiful dispenser. The pump is marked "FOWLER'S ROOT BEER" but fits properly and is nearly identical in appearance to a Cherry Smash pump. The colors and decoration are bright and bold on both sides with only a small color scratch on one

Lot: 1205 - Drink Birchola Syrup Dispenser.

This is a good looking dispenser with decoration on both sides which includes its original marked plunger pump. The piece is bright and beautiful and free from any major defects with the exception of some very mild and expected crazing and a few

Lot: 1206 - Drink Dr. Swett's Root Beer Syrup Dispenser.

This is another strong dispenser that displays beautifully from John's collection and features rich colors and decorations in the entirety of the embossed tree stump. The strength of the decoration and the preservation of the surface is truly

Lot: 1207 - Drink Fan-Taz Syrup Dispenser.

This is always a popular and desired dispenser and the way this one displays makes it no exception. The graphics have strongly survived with little to no wear with the exception of some wear on the gold leaf decorated scenes on the baseball form.

Lot: 1208 - Cherry Chic Syrup Dispenser.

This wildly embossed and colorful syrup dispenser displays beautifully and exhibits very few signs of hard wear at all. Only a few of the red cherries have a couple of small areas of paint loss and elsewhere the body of the dispenser is essentially

Lot: 1209 - Buckeye Root Beer Syrup Dispenser.

This is a classic and attractive inverted teardrop ceramic dispenser featuring the satyrs around the base. The piece is clean and very sound with a tight-fitting plunger pump that has a cap marked "ROOT BEER". The lack of any wear and the

Lot: 1210 - Drink Grape Julep Syrup Dispenser.

This is a very strong example of the block lettered Grape Julep dispenser. The paint is exceptionally strong and the surface and base exhibit little evidence of much use of this dispenser over the years. The plunger pump fits perfectly and has a cap

Lot: 1211 - Large 1918 Colorite Printer's Proof.

Nicely matted and framed under glass and reveals the printer's color bar and registration marks. The graphics and colors are stunning and very well preserved since the piece is just like new with no wear. Condition: 9.8, Near Mint+. Dimensions:

Lot: 1212 - 1901 Enameline Framed Paper Poster.

Beautifully framed under glass, exposing all the edges and the top and bottom metal strips with the original top hanger. Strong colors and a charming image, with the girls and baby and the product containers shown. Only a few very small marks and

Lot: 1213 - Circa 1915 Gibson's Greeting Cards Soldier Cutout.

Made of very heavy cardboard and framed under glass and designed to have been displayed around the side of a door frame in a retail establishment or elsewhere. Very crisp and bright and in unused condition, and displays only three bend lines or

Lot: 1214 - Circa 1915 Gibson's Cutout Cardboard Sailor.

This is quite a unique ad item from the standpoint it was designed to mount at the side of a door frame. The condition is beautiful, with bold color and graphics of the sailor, and the piece displays no wear and only a few very minor surface bends or

Lot: 1215 - Curved Porcelain Watch Your Weight Sign.

This great sign is off of a full size scale. It is in excellent condition with strong color and gloss. The field and graphic are in excellent shape. There is only some light chips on the top mounting holes and a discoloration on the bottom hole.

Lot: 1216 - Peerless Perfect Balance Scale.

A nice blue porcelain floor model in presentable original condition. The piece is complete with the key and the rear access plate. The front glass is missing from the top of the machine and the dial displays evidence of moderate rust and wear.

Lot: 1217 - Primitive Manual Wooden Washing Machine.

Good looking primitive piece with strong paint and stencil remaining on both sides. Manufactured by the favorite washer machine company of Muncie, Indiana. Condition: 8.5, Excellent. Dimensions: 35" x 29" x 21".

Lot: 1218 - 1946 Coca-Cola Canadian Small Horizontal Poster.

Vivid colors and very clean with only a small lamination wrinkle and a few shallow bends with faint wrinkle lines, most of which are at or near the border, leaving a very clean image area. Condition: 9.1 - 9.4, Near Mint. Dimensions: 36" x 20".

Lot: 1219 - Circa 1910 - 1915 Coca-Cola Cardboard Whistle.

These are graphic items that are rarely seen and this one features the straight sided bottle from the 1910s. Even though the whistle is in two pieces as a result of being folded and unfolded, the condition is quite strong with only some minor soiling

Lot: 1220 - 1944 Small Vertical Coke Poster with Girl and

Framed and matted under glass to reveal only the tiniest of any small marks or bits of wear anywhere on the poster. This is a very desired image and would take literal perfection to only slightly improve this condition. Condition: 9.5 - 9.7, Near

Lot: 1221 - 1954 Trapeze Girl Small Horizontal Coke Poster.

Framed under glass and presents very well with a few minor marks and two or three small areas of expert inpainting in the upper right corner area. A few very small and faint stains near the top-center border are seen with close inspection and nearly

Lot: 1222 - 1948 Large Coca-Cola Horizontal Poster.

Framed under glass and bordering on pristine with only one tiny rub and the most minor of any marks anywhere. Condition: 9.7, Near Mint+. Dimensions: Framed: 58" x 28 - 1/2" x 1".

Lot: 1223 - 1942 Small Horizontal Coke Poster with Bathing

This is an absolutely beautiful poster that is framed under glass and exhibits only the most minor of edge and corner wear with a small bump in the upper right corner. The rest of the poster within the border is without blemish and absolutely

Lot: 1224 - Stunning 1942 Girl with Dogwoods Small Horizontal

This is highly desired poster and one phenomenal example. It is virtually near mint to mint as manufactured and free of wear in every respect. Condition: 9.8 - 10.0, Mint. Dimensions: 36" x 20".

Lot: 1225 - Rare and Impressive 1942 Sprite Boy Cutout Sign.

Framed under glass and retains the original string hanger, this is a perfect example with bold and vivid colors and powerful graphics. Condition: 9.9, Near Mint+. Dimensions: Framed: 21" x 27 - 1/2" x 1 - 1/4".

Lot: 1226 - Scarce 1931 Coca-Cola Small Vertical Cardboard

Beautifully matted and framed under glass and still retaining its original string hanger, the artwork is beautiful and interesting and a variation from what is seen from most of the years that Coke produced ads. The condition is very strong with only

Lot: 1227 - Extremely Rare 1931 Coca-Cola Cardboard Cutout.

Nicely mounted and framed under glass and the artwork is very familiar to Coke collectors since it is signed Normal Rockwell. The dog is heavy cardboard cutout and the same thickness as the boy and is mounted atop the piece at lower-left corner. The

Lot: 1228 - Exceedingly Rare 1923 Coca-Cola Picnic Scene

The artwork and image here is truly stunning and this was the cover lot in 1988 at the legendary Pop Poppenheimer auction. The girl seated highest and in the back was Diana Allen, a nationally recognized screen star of the 1920s. Included with this

Lot: 1229 - Beautiful 1936 Coca-Cola China Girl Poster.

This piece is matted and framed under glass and exhibits no wear or soiling, with only a few subtle impressions or tiny wrinkles visible from certain angles. The color is bright and vivid with no fading. Condition: 9.8+, Near Mint+. Dimensions:

Lot: 1230 - Highly Sought 1940 Aviator Girl Coca-Cola Poster.

Beautifully framed and matted under glass with bold and vibrant colors and absolutely no soiling or fading. The outer corners have very minor bumps on three of the four, aside from that, it has only the most minor of any surface marks or wear and

Lot: 1231 - Scarce 1940 Coca-Cola Santa Trolley Sign.

This is a very scarce poster or sign to ever locate and features a wonderfully colored six-pack carrier of the period. It is mounted and framed under glass and is as bright and beautiful as the day it was made with no wear at all. Condition: 10.0,

Lot: 1232 - 1948 Large Vertical Coca-Cola Poster.

This is yet another fabulous poster from John's collection that has only very small corner bumps in the upper corners and one vertical 6" surface ripple from the manufacturing process. The girl is beautiful and the image is astounding. This large

Lot: 1233 - 1941 Coca-Cola Small Horizontal Poster.

Wonderfully classic piece featuring a singer with bottle. This example is as clean and bright as you could ever hope to find with no wear or flaws of any note. Condition: 9.6, Near Mint. Dimensions: 36" x 20".

Lot: 1234 - 1955 Coca-Cola Small Vertical Poster with Cowgirl.

Mounted and framed under glass, this poster is without fault or wear and could not be in a higher state of condition. Condition: 10.0, Mint. Dimensions: Framed: 36" x 25" x 1".

Lot: 1235 - 1952 Work Refreshed Coca-Cola Small Vertical

This image is seldom seen and represents a very rare poster from the period. Very mild edge wear and a few corner bumps with one small paper tear at top-center that only comes a 1/2" into the poster color. Condition: 9.0 - 9.2, Near Mint. Dimensions:

Lot: 1236 - 1948 Small Horizontal Coca-Cola Poster.

Strong graphics featuring Sprite Boy and a large six-pack. The colors are deep and vivid, with a corner bump both right corners and small closed surface tear, upper-right hand edge. Condition: 8.8 - 9.1, Excellent+. Dimensions: 36" x 20".

Lot: 1237 - 1940 Coca-Cola Cardboard Poster.

Framed under glass and is clean bright and beautiful. No wear and only very mild corner bumps and the lightest of any edge wear. Condition: 9.6, Near Mint. Dimensions: Framed: 31" x 20" x 1".

Lot: 1238 - 1943 Coca-Cola Small Horizontal Poster.

Presents beautifully with only a number of tiny areas of soiling, mostly in the form of random dots, a few very small corner bumps and only minor marks elsewhere. Condition: 9.3, Near Mint. Dimensions: 36" x 20".

Lot: 1239 - 1905 - 1911 Coca-Cola Pepsin Gum Jar and Lid.

Both the jar and the lid are beautiful with little to no wear and no chips on either. Condition: 9.5 - 9.8, Near Mint. Dimensions: 10 - 1/2" x 4 - 3/4" x 4 - 3/4".

Lot: 1240 - 1920s - 1930s Frosted Glass Coca-Cola Globe.

This piece displays very well, however the metal tassel and top connecting hardware are not original to the globe. The stencil on the globe is quite strong all the way around with no wear or rubbing and there are only a few small chips or nicks at

Lot: 1241 - Circa 1920s Coca-Cola Acid-Etched Syrup Bottle.

This is a beautiful bottle which could pre-date 1920 since the logo and surround is acid-etched and not applied color label. The bottle is extremely clean and clear with nearly no wear. Condition: 9.6, Near Mint. Dimensions: 12 - 1/2" x 3 - 1/2" x 3

Lot: 1242 - 1914 - 1918 Coca-Cola Flared Glass.

This acid-etched glass has a very strong logo, syrup line, and the word "DRINK". The glass is clean and clear, with three small rim nicks and no other wear exhibited. Condition: 8.8 - 9.3, Excellent - Near Mint. Dimensions: 4" x 3" x 3".

Lot: 1243 - 1923 - 1925 Coca-Cola Modified Flare Glass.

Nicely etched with only a few very tiny surface marks and no chips. This glass has no trademark at the tail of the "C". Condition: 9.5, Near Mint. Dimensions: 4" x 3" x 3".

Lot: 1244 - 1927 Coca-Cola Annual Report to Stockholders.

This is an interesting 10-page booklet which lists branches and warehouses, sales figures, cash deposits and other interesting information. In addition on page 7 are 5 beautifully illustrated roadside billboards shown in full color. The report has

Lot: 1245 - 1920s Coca-Cola Fan from Ruston, Louisiana.

This is nicely framed under glass and is in great condition with nearly no wear. The fan was designed for church use and promoted Coca-Cola in bottles for summer or winter consumption. Condition: 9.5 - 9.7, Near Mint. Dimensions: Framed: 22 - 1/2" x

Lot: 1246 - Circa 1907 Coca-Cola Trade Card.

When opened and folded down, the scene is revealed as two bald gentlemen being served Coca-Cola on a tray by a waitress. Very strong condition exists here, with only the very faintest of any possible marks or wear, except for a tiny color fleck on

Lot: 1247 - Rare 1910 Coca-Cola Crown Artwork.

This rare bottlecap sketch is on a card roughly the size of a postcard and has been laminated under plastic years ago. The sketch was made by the Crown Cork & Seal Company in January of 1910 and the design was approved by a man whose signature

Lot: 1248 - Lot of 2: Circa 1912 Coca-Cola Spearmint Gum

The gum wrapper is from the collection of Thom Thompson and was purchased from Dave Caldwell in June of 1988 by Thom. This was likely a printer's proof as there are a few staple holes in the label, with only very light wear otherwise. That fact,

Lot: 1249 - 1911 Coca-Cola Motor Girl Postcard.

This postcard displays very well, however it has a fairly strong bend line from the middle of her hat brim over to the right in the field. There are also a few shallow bends in the upper-right corner and at lower-left side edge. Elsewhere, just a few

Lot: 1250 - Circa 1900 Coca-Cola Drink Coupon.

Very bold design and more difficult to find than most coupons of the period. There is a small scratch and one tiny hole at the upper left side at the edge of the shell design, very light edge wear, and a few random, very tiny small marks. The colors

Lot: 1251 - 1902 Coca-Cola Celluloid Notepad.

This is an impressively strong example with bold colors remaining front and back. The interior is blank and has never been written upon and the celluloid is very sound with minimal natural rippling and no breaks. Condition: 9.6 - 9.7, Near Mint.

Lot: 1252 - 1903 Coca-Cola Menu Card.

Classic artwork here with Hilda Clark shown with a glass. The surface of the piece exhibits only light wear with a few corner nicks and just a slight loss of vibrancy in the gold tones and frontal presentation. The back presents as roughly the same

Lot: 1253 - 1921 - 1924 Coca-Cola Spearmint Gum Stick.

This is a beautifully clean original stick of gum with its original wrapper and quite a rare survivor. The condition is wonderfully strong and the front displays as nearly perfect and the back has only a very mild tiny area of color interruption and

Lot: 1254 - Circa 1903 Coca-Cola Chewing Gum Bookmark.

Exceedingly rare and a beautiful and delicate piece. The condition appears to be totally unused and this possibly unique bookmark is not featured in any value guides. The detailing and embossing on the borders and top section add to the beauty of the

Lot: 1255 - 1911 Celluloid & Metal Coca-Cola Watch Fob.

This is a great looking survivor with strong color and only very light edge stains at the extreme border edges of the celluloid. The wear to the metal both front and back is minimal, with appropriate and expected age toning. Upon close inspection

Lot: 1256 - 1910 Coca-Cola Watch Fob.

This piece presents nicely with only some slight bumpiness on the celluloid with some very small areas of foxing or staining most notably in the upper left side area, some normal light oxidation on the plated metal surfaces is evident, but not very

Lot: 1257 - 1915 Coca-Cola Convention Medal.

This pinback button has beautiful porcelain inlay and was made by Robbins Company in Attleboro, Mass. The condition is bright and beautiful and the gold highlights pop off of the cloisonne background. Condition: 10.0, Mint. Dimensions: 3/4" Dia.

Lot: 1258 - Most Impressive 1901 Coca-Cola Calendar.

Beautifully mounted under museum glass with mylar corners and displays what appears to be a complete pad beginning in September of 1900. The colors are strong and vivid and the enameling is still shiny and the embossing is highly detailed and heavy

Lot: 1259 - Gorgeous 1903 Coca-Cola Hilda Clark Calendar.

Wonderfully matted and framed under museum glass and displaying an original March 1903 page. The top of the calendar has stunning and vivid remaining colors with only a couple of minor surface depressions just under the top grommet at center, and

Lot: 1260 - Impressive 1908 Coca-Cola Calendar.

Beautifully framed and matted under glass with what appears to be a complete pad. The January page of the pad has a few staple holes and small bends in the upper-right corner. The calendar top is gorgeous with a great color and shine remaining and

Lot: 1261 - 1915 Coca-Cola Calendar with Elaine Holding Glass.

Very attractively framed and matted under glass, complete with its original metal strip and a full pad for the year. Only the faintest evidence of some toning from age in the top 1" or so of the calendar, and a beautiful example overall with great

Lot: 1262 - 1947 Two-Sided Coca-Cola Sidewalk Sign.

This is a beautiful condition sign and mounted in a wooden frame such that both sides display. It's a very hard variation to find and has nearly no shortcomings or wear and is near mint as manufactured. Condition: 9.6, Near Mint. Dimensions: Framed:

Lot: 1263 - 1948 Coca-Cola Sign of Good Taste Button.

A beautiful tin sign with absolutely no wear. Condition: 10.0, Mint. Dimensions: 15 - 3/4" Dia.

Lot: 1264 - Early Coke Regulator Clock.

Complete with pendulum and key and displays well with average fading on the "DRINK COCA-COLA" logo and wording. Otherwise, a few stains on the clock face and only light cabinet wear. This 1906 clock has the original bottom glass. It was found in

Lot: 1265 - Coca-Cola Cones / Floats Sign.

Shop painted on masonite with a silver wood frame, the middle of the sign displays a 1950s round decal and the back left corner is stamped "COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY". Not sure of the actual age of the paint on the sign, but certainly displays as

Lot: 1266 - 1948 Coca-Cola Glass and Wooden Counter Sign.

This is a beautiful example and exhibits nearly no wear. The plastic crest at the top of the piece is strong as well and much brighter than what is normally found. The back of the piece is fresh as well and retains the original Price Bros. decal.

Lot: 1267 - Complete 1940s Coca-Cola Lighted Sign Display.

Included in this lot is the original box plus a never-used new old stock "SERVE YOURSELF" lighted theater sign. Also included is a 1949 cardboard insert that also says "SERVE YOURSELF" and is the proper insert for this sign. The condition on both

Lot: 1268 - Fantastic Early Coca-Cola Wooden Thermometer.

Circa 1905, this is without a doubt the highest condition example of a wooden Coke thermometer I have ever seen. It is nearly perfect as manufactured with only a few subtle and tiny nicks or marks of any sort. Condition: 9.8, Near Mint+. Dimensions:

Lot: 1269 - 1903 Coca-Cola Change Tray,

Wonderful shine and colors remain with only a small paint nick around 5:30 at the bottom of the face of the tray. The border is clean but there are numerous tiny outer rim nicks. Condition: 8.3 - 8.6, Excellent. Dimensions: 4 - 1/4" Dia.

Lot: 1270 - 1927 Coca-Cola Tin Arrow Cutout.

This is beautiful example and these arrows are very difficult to find in this condition in today's market. The colors are unfaded and display only the lightest of wear or marks. There is on one side visible light pattern wood graining from the old

Lot: 1271 - 1920s Coca-Cola Embossed Tin Sign.

This beautiful example displays wonderfully with only a few quite light scratches and one small paint nick near the borderline at top. Framed under glass. When viewed at certain angles, some shadows and wood graining from the old protective paper are

Lot: 1272 - Beautiful 1937 Coca-Cola Cutout Tin Flange.

Very strong paint and color tone remains on this example, which makes it a difficult example to find. The paint is exceptionally heavy and strong compared to most of these you will ever encounter. Great gloss with only a few small scratches on the

Lot: 1273 - 1956 Coca-Cola Tin Button & Arrow.

This is a beautiful example complete with some original paper and free of any wear, with one or two minuscule edge nicks on the button. Condition: 9.8, Near Mint+. Dimensions: 20" x 12".

Lot: 1274 - 1927 Coca-Cola Serving Tray.

Beautiful and one of the strongest examples I've ever seen. Only a few very small outer edge rim nicks and light edge wear. Condition: 9.6 - 9.8, Near Mint. Dimensions: 15" x 12" x 2".

Lot: 1275 - Early 1950s Coca-Cola Tin Button Sign.

A beautiful example with only the most minor of any small surface marks and likely as clean as you can find anywhere. This has the actual manufacturing information on the bottom rim, a truly impressive button. Condition: 9.7, Near Mint+. Dimensions:

Lot: 1276 - Early Cherry Smash Watch Fob.

Construction is celluloid and metal and the graphics are beautiful with cherries and leaves shown on a branch. Only light soiling and wear. Condition: 8.5 - 9.0, Excellent+. Dimensions: 2" x 1 - 1/2".

Lot: 1277 - 1910 - 1920 Ward's Lemon Crush Syrup Bottle.

This is quite a clean and bright example with a fired black and gold leaf label that survives in a high state of condition. Little overall wear anywhere on the bottle or label. Condition: 9.6, Near Mint. Dimensions: 12 - 1/2" x 3 - 1/2" x 3 - 1/2".

Lot: 1278 - 1905 - 1910 Deacon Brown Change Tray.

This is a gorgeous tray with bright and stunning artwork and colors. Condition is phenomenal with only the most minor of tiny outer edge marks or wear. Condition: 9.8, Near Mint+. Dimensions: 5" Dia.

Lot: 1279 - Circa 1910 - 1915 Grape Smash Syrup Bottle.

This bottle features an enameled label which is fired on. It is quite a difficult bottle to locate and displays wonderfully, even though a lot of the original gold leaf is worn from the outer edges of the label. Elsewhere the label has only slight

Lot: 1280 - Circa 1910 Fabulous Dr. Pepper Cardboard Sign.

Framed and matted under museum glass with mylar pads. Very clean and bright appearance and captivating artwork with vivid colors. Very minor corner wear only with a very faint stain in the lower-right border area in the corner. This piece would

Lot: 1281 - 1910 - 1920 Howel's Orange Julep Bottle.

This is a gorgeous syrup bottle which features a strong label under glass decoration. The gold leaf and all the original color remains on and under the label and one could likely never find a better example. There is only a bit of air bubbling under

Lot: 1282 - 1950s Nesbitt's Orange Large Cardboard Poster.

This darling image with the two young girls is nicely framed under glass and impressive in color and condition. No discernible wear or marks are noted. Condition: 10.0, Mint. Dimensions: Framed: 38 - 1/4" x 27 - 1/4" x 1 - 1/2".

Lot: 1283 - 1940s Dr. Swett's Tin Flanged Sign.

A great looking sign which is not that commonly found. The better side has some mild edge chips and small marks, and the lesser side has a bit more edge chipping in the color and some light scratches and marks. Dimensions: 13 - 1/4" x 17 - 1/2" x 2".

Lot: 1284 - Cherry Smash Syrup Dispenser.

This is the desirable five cent version and is a bright and beautiful example. With only light wear to the bottom gold banding and virtually no body wear, this is quite an impressive dispenser. It's also complete with its original marked plunger

Lot: 1285 - Indian Rock Ginger Ale Syrup Dispenser.

This classic and beautiful inverted teardrop Indian Rock dispenser is boldly decorated on both sides and this is a wonderful example. The strong gold banding remains at the bottom with only light soiling around the base, and little evidence of any

Lot: 1286 - Cardinal Cherry Syrup Dispenser.

This is an absolutely gorgeous example of the Cardinal Cherry dispenser and includes a ball pump that fits and seats perfectly. The highly embossed and boldly colored dispenser is literally free from marks or wear or evidence of any significant use.

Lot: 1287 - Cherri Bon Syrup Dispenser.

This dispenser displays wonderfully well with only light soiling and a few minor color rubs which are concealed by the flange of the pump. Elsewhere along the solid color areas of the dispenser are just a few random color nicks and small rubs

Lot: 1288 - Ward's Orange Crush Rare Oversized Syrup

This is a beautiful and classic dispenser and is the oversized version. Very strong color is present with only a few color nicks in a couple of spots at the base primarily; any wear elsewhere is of an extremely light variety, and the sheen on the

Lot: 1289 - Cherry Smash Syrup Dispenser.

Offered here is a desirable Cherry Smash featuring the glass and five cents on the central leaves. Included with the piece is the original marked plunger pump. All the decoration is bold and strong and shows evidence of little to no wear. The only

Lot: 1290 - Ward's Lemon Crush Syrup Dispenser.

Beautiful example of the figural Lemon Crush dispenser offered here. Only a few small color chips in the paint around the base area and just above. There are two very minuscule chips in the base at the very base on the piece with the largest one

Lot: 1291 - 1905 - 1910 Adams' Pepsin Tutti Frutti Pocket

Nice mirror with only a slightly bumpy surface and nearly no wear. Close inspection does reveal a most light foxing stain on her left shoulder. Condition: 8.7 - 9.0, Excellent+. Dimensions: 2 - 3/4" x 1 - 3/4".

Lot: 1292 - Early Runkel's Cocoa Pocket Mirror.

This is a good looking mirror with a beautiful girl holding an oversized product box. Very clean and bright with only a few tiny bumps in the surface and a very small surface rub at top edge of the piece with light overall surface wear only.

Lot: 1293 - Sweet Wheat Chewing Gum Early Pocket Mirror.

Great color and graphics and a very clean example with only very light surface wear. Condition: 9.0 - 9.4, Near Mint. Dimensions: 1 - 3/4" Dia.

Lot: 1294 - Circa 1900 Esterbrooks Pens Paper Poster.

Beautifully mounted and framed under glass and complete with its original metal strips at top and bottom. This is needless to say quite a scarce piece, with a darling schoolgirl shown at desk, and free from wear or flaws. Condition: 9.9, Near Mint+.

Lot: 1295 - 1912 White House Coffee Poster.

This unusual heavy paper or light cardboard poster is framed under glass with only light wear and soiling and a few very minor bend marks, primarily the upper left corner. The product container of one pound of coffee is nicely detailed and

Lot: 1296 - Bryson Artwork of Young Girl Draped in American

This is a nice stock piece of artwork in the form of a paper poster with no advertising applied. Circa 1915 - 1925 and is a stunning image with no wear and only a small corner bend in the lower-right. Condition: 9.9, Near Mint+. Dimensions: 20 - 1/2"

Lot: 1297 - 1944 Coca-Cola Cardboard Poster with Cheerleader.

Very strong overall condition, with some very mild outer edge rubs and small corner bumps. Condition: 9.3 - 9.6, Near Mint. Dimensions: 27" x 16".

Lot: 1298 - 1942 Coca-Cola Ballerinas Small Vertical Poster.

Beautifully matted and framed under glass with less than a 1/2" of the outer border not exposed. The colors and enameling on the poster are stellar and the poster displays only the most minor of surface wear and a few small surface scratches seen

Lot: 1299 - 1947 Coca-Cola Hospitality Small Horizontal

Beautiful, bright and clean, with only one or two minuscule marks and no wear.Condition: 9.8, Near Mint+. Dimensions: 36" x 20".

Lot: 1300 - 1950s Small Vertical Coke Poster with Skater Girl.

Mounted and framed under glass and a fantastic example with day-one color and no wear or marks. Condition: 10.0, Mint. Dimensions: Framed: 33" x 21 - 1/2" x 1".

Lot: 1301 - 1944 Large Coca-Cola Poster.

Nicely framed under plexiglass and features a popular wartime theme and graphics. The condition is stunning, with literally no wear and only the most minor of a few tiny marks, most of which are in a couple of border areas. Condition: 9.7, Near

Lot: 1302 - 1948 Coca-Cola Cardboard Poster.

Stunning artwork combines with a larger size than the standard small horizontal. Very clean and bright. Condition: 9.9, Near Mint+. Dimensions: 41" x 23 - 1/2".

Lot: 1303 - 1937 Coca-Cola Snow Bough Five-Piece Festoon.

Every piece is separately framed on this exceedingly rare festoon which was acquired from the lifetime collection of Thom Thompson. The festoon is totally unused and displays only the lightest and most minuscule of any sort of wear imaginable. Except

Lot: 1304 - 1944 Coca-Cola Sprite Boy Dimensional Cutout.

This is a beautiful cardboard 3D cutout that is nearly impossible to find. The presentation is astounding here as the piece is displayed within a deep showcase frame assembly. The colors and condition are astounding as well, with only very minor bend

Lot: 1305 - 1901 Coca-Cola Cardboard Hanging Sign.

This piece is beautifully presented, matted and framed under glass with strong remaining colors. Any shortcomings are of a minor variety and include a faint smudge or mild rub at the bottom center border area. Also there is some light soiling and

Lot: 1306 - 1912 Rare Coca-Cola Paper Poster.

Wonderfully museum mounted and matted and framed under UV glass. Visible image measures 14 - 1/2" wide by 22" tall within the mat board. The maker's mark and the date mark are both visible at the bottom. This is an absolutely beautiful piece. Only

Lot: 1307 - 1923 Coca-Cola Four Seasons Trolley Sign.

Beautifully matted and framed under glass, with the visible image measuring 10 - 1/4" x 20". Only two or three very faint smudges in the red field with a few tiny paper nicks and one or two vertical lines, both of which are from the original

Lot: 1308 - 1943 Large Vertical Coke Poster with Girl and

Framed under plexiglass. This is a wonderfully clean and bright example with only the most minor of light soiling in the lower-right corner area of the poster, revealed upon close examination. The artwork and colors are very visually stunning.

Lot: 1309 - 1942 Coca-Cola Snowman Large Vertical Poster.

It is framed under glass and is as perfect an example was you could ever hope to find with no wear. Condition: 10.0, Mint. Dimensions: Framed: 55" x 33 - 1/4" x 1 - 1/4".

Lot: 1310 - 1948 Small Vertical Coke Poster with Baseball

Mounted and framed under glass and presents as a stellar example with no wear, soiling or marks of any note at all. Condition: 9.9, Near Mint+. Dimensions: Framed: 34" x 22" x 1".

Lot: 1311 - 1943 Small Vertical Coke Poster with Serviceman

Mounted and framed under glass and presents wonderfully strong with only the most minor of surface wear and a few small color rubs between the heads of the couple in the green field. Condition: 9.3+, Near Mint. Dimensions: Framed: 32 - 1/2" x 21 -

Lot: 1312 - 1952 Coca-Cola Six-Pack Carton Display Components.

Included within this lot are 1952 signs that serve to advertise and promote sales of six-packs during the period. Included with the "TAKE ENOUGH HOME" sign are the cardboard stand and holder to accommodate the battery operated motor, which would hold

Lot: 1313 - 1944 "Coke Belongs" Small Horizontal Poster.

This is yet another most impressive poster from John and Charlotte's collection that has a wonderfully clean surface with only the most minor of tiny rub marks or small bits of wear at the edges and borders. Certainly nothing of note. Condition: 9.6

Lot: 1314 - 1952 Coca-Cola Cardboard Poster.

Great color and graphics and as close to perfect as you'll ever find this poster. Only minuscule soiling in a few small areas. Condition: 9.8, Near Mint. Dimensions: 27" x 16".

Lot: 1315 - 1951 Coca-Cola Two-Sided Poster.

Complete with a beautiful and original wooden gold frame. One side features girl at party and is dated 1950, the other side features girl with paintbrush and is dated 1951. Both sides are bright and beautiful with no wear. Condition: 9.8, Near Mint.

Lot: 1316 - Lot of 2: 1942 Bevel Edged Coca-Cola Cardboard

Beautifully framed under glass and displays wonderfully with only two very shallow dent lines. The gloss on the piece is amazing and without wear in its entirely. Also included with this piece and hidden in the back of the frame is an original

Lot: 1317 - 1952 Small Vertical Coke Poster with Party Scene.

Framed under glass with only the extreme outer edges of the border hidden from view. The visible image here is yet another bright bold and beautiful poster without blemish. Condition: 9.9, Near Mint+. Dimensions: Framed: 29" x 18" x 1".

Lot: 1318 - 1930s Coca-Cola Pewter Bell Glass.

Great overall appearance with only light wear and marks and one very small dent. Condition: 8.5 - 9.0, Excellent. Dimensions: 4" x 3" x 3".

Lot: 1319 - 1927 Coca-Cola Modified Flare Glass.

This is a beautiful glass with only some very small surface marks or scratches. This version features the trademark in the tail of the "C". Condition: 9.2 - 9.5, Near Mint. Dimensions: 4" x 3" x 3".

Lot: 1320 - Circa 1927 Coca-Cola Modified Flare Glass.

This glass is much like the other 1927 modified flare in that it features the trademark in the tail of the "C" but the formation of the flare is more pronounced than the other version offered. This has a few very tiny strong scratches near the base

Lot: 1321 - 1941 - 1946 Coca-Cola Bell Glass.

This is a very nice minty glass. John always strived to be complete in his glass collection and this is without defects. Condition: 10.0, Mint. Dimensions: 4" x 3" x 3".

Lot: 1322 - Lot of 2: Coca-Cola ACL Glasses.

The drink version features "ENJOY COKE" on the other side and is clean with no wear. The other 1970 features "ENJOY" on both sides, one side says "COCA-COLA" and the other simply says "COKE". No wear on either glass. Condition: 10.0, Mint.

Lot: 1323 - Circa 1935 Acid-Etched Coca-Cola Bell Glass.

This glass features the trademark in the tail and is very clean and bright with no wear. Condition: 10.0, Near Mint. Dimensions: 4" x 3" x 3".

Lot: 1324 - Coca Cola Standardized Delivery Booklet.

This illustrated booklet is from 1931 and is related to some items that came from Roddy Goodman, who served on the standardized committee during that period of time with Coca-Cola. The 24-page booklet has wonderful illustrations of trucks with

Lot: 1325 - Pre-1900 Coca-Cola Drink Coupon.

Heavy paper or light cardboard construction with some minor bend wrinkles seen upon close inspection. Elsewhere only very light wear or soiling. Condition: 8.2 - 8.5, Excellent. Dimensions: 3 - 1/2" x 1 - 1/2".

Lot: 1326 - Large 1950s Coca-Cola Ad Book Page.

This piece features great graphics with a sprite boy and a 12-pack. It shows the appropriate color keys for all the colors featured in the ad. Nicely framed under glass with slight age toning and a few small edge stains. Condition: 9.3, Near Mint.

Lot: 1327 - Lot of 6: Coca Cola Photographs.

These photos are from the 30s and 40s and feature a nice assortment of machines, trucks, and office staff photo, and a trade booth display. Some mild age toning and light wear overall. Condition 8.0 - 8.5, Excellent. Dimensions: Each: 9" x 11".

Lot: 1328 - Lot of 7: Coca-Cola Photographs.

A nice grouping of assorted photos, one of which include men in the sign shop assembling and painting signs. Also shown is the cooler department, some staff with 1950s products as well as a beautiful 1930s trade show display. One early photograph is

Lot: 1329 - 1896 Coca-Cola Celluloid Bookmark.

This two-sided version is very desirable and nearly impossible to find in this high state of condition. The colors are bright and beautiful, the reds are unbelievably bold, and there is no wear. Condition: 9.9, Near Mint+. Dimensions: 2 - 1/4" x 2".

Lot: 1330 - Scarce 1896 Coca-Cola Oversized Bookmark.

This is the single-sided version with heavy graphics around the border which really frame and accent the piece more so than in the smaller versions. The piece only exhibits the mildest of any surface wear with a very faint stain around the word

Lot: 1331 - Circa 1913 Coca-Cola Celluloid Watch Fob.

This is a strong and bright example of what is a difficult piece to find and exhibits very little overall wear. There is some evidence of very minor surface wear and a few small scratches, but certainly nothing deep or offensive. The colors are great

Lot: 1332 - Circa 1905 Coca-Cola Watch Fob.

Celluloid and metal construction. Strong embossing remains on the back of the piece with only light to moderate wear. Colors and detail are strong on the face of the piece featuring the early paper bottle label and there is only light wear and

Lot: 1333 - 1930s or Later Executive Coca-Cola Pullmatch

There are some slight questions as to the age and authenticity of this piece due to the fact that the bottle appears to be later than a 1930s or 1940s style bottle. The shade topper on the piece and the knob do appear authentic in every respect. The

Lot: 1334 - Beautiful 1907 Coca-Cola Glass Change Receiver.

Made by the Empire Ornamental Glass Company in New York with a firmly applied decal transfer on the back of the piece. The condition of the sign is wonderfully strong and stable with only a few small chips in the color within the border, and a bit

Lot: 1335 - 1919 Marion Davies Coca-Cola Calendar.

Beautifully framed and mounted with mylar corners as is the case with most things from John's collection. This is a wonderfully strong example of this calendar featuring a complete pad, only the most minor of the lower-left and upper-left corner bend

Lot: 1336 - 1920 Coca-Cola Calendar with Bottle.

Beautifully matted and framed under glass and complete with the original metal strip and what appears to be a complete pad. There are a few closed tears and wrinkles on the January page but the rest of the visible image of the calendar top is

Lot: 1337 - 1923 Coca-Cola Calendar.

This is nicely framed and matted under glass and features a full pad with the original hanger and metal strip. There are a few mild surface scratches in the top two inches at the center and only five or six very mild horizontal fold lines or creases.

Lot: 1338 - 1925 Coca-Cola Calendar.

Beautifully mounted and framed under glass and is complete with a full pad, the 1924 December cover sheet, its metal strip and the original New Year promotional sheet. This is a stunning and beautiful example and likely right out of an original tube,

Lot: 1339 - 1950s Coca-Cola Porcelain Button with Bottle.

Only some light acid rain staining with chips at two mounting holes and an extra neatly drilled mounting hole at top center edge. Only light edge soiling and displays wonderfully. Condition: 8.0 - 8.5, Excellent. Dimensions: 24 - 1/2" x 24 - 1/2" x

Lot: 1340 - 1939 Coca-Cola Canadian Door Push.

This fantastic porcelain push is near mint as manufactured with only the most minuscule of any random bit of surface wear at all. Condition: 9.9, Near Mint+. Dimensions: 13 - 1/2" x 3 - 1/2".

Lot: 1341 - Coca-Cola Silhouette Girl Neon Clock.

This is a good looking and clean example with a strong face that exhibits only minimal to light wear and no crazing. The entire clock presents as having no specific condition shortcomings and displays quite well. Some collectors question the vintage

Lot: 1342 - Circa 1908 Coca-Cola Vienna Art Plate.

This is a very clean and bright example and features its original outer gesso frame. Only the mildest of some very light crazing and nearly no wear. Condition: 9.5, Near Mint. Dimensions: Framed: 14 - 1/2" x 14 - 1/2".

Lot: 1343 - Circa 1908 Coca-Cola Vienna Art Plate.

A very strong and crisp example with nearly no wear and only the smallest of any tiny marks in the form of one or two specks of some sort of residue that do not greatly distract at all. A few very tiny edge nicks on the outer edge. Condition: 9.4 -

Lot: 1344 - Circa 1908 Coca-Cola Vienna Art Plate.

Good strong overall appearance on this plate with only one or two tiny surface nicks and scratches and nearly no rim or border wear. Condition 9.3, Near Mint. Dimensions: 10" Dia.

Lot: 1345 - 1931 Coca-Cola Embossed Tin Sign.

Beautiful piece with bottle shown, which appears nearly perfect and as manufactured with only a few tiny nicks probably from that process. Condition: 9.9, Near Mint+ Dimensions: 12 - 1/2" x 4 - 1/2"

Lot: 1346 - 1960s Coca-Cola Cutout Tin Sign.

Clean, bright and unused with no marks or wear and includes the original packaging paper. Condition: 10.0, Mint. Dimensions: 26" x 12".

Lot: 1347 - 1941 Coca-Cola Double Bottle Thermometer.

Awesome condition here with gold tones remaining just as they were when the piece was made. Beautifully and heavily embossed with virtually no wear. Condition: 9.8 Near Mint+. Dimensions: 15 - 3/4" x 6 - 3/4".

Lot: 1348 - Lot of 2: 1920s Orange Crush Hand Fans.

Gorgeous graphics and spectacular condition with no wear or marks. Condition 9.8, near mint+. Dimensions: Each: 12" x 10 - 1/2".

Lot: 1349 - Circa 1905 - 1910 Pepsi-Cola Watch Fob.

The logo is enameled in blue on top of a copper and brass background. There is only light to moderate overall wear and a small mark on the word "healthful" at the bottom of the logo. Condition: 8.5 - 9.0, Excellent. Dimensions: 1 - 3/4" x 1 - 1/2".

Lot: 1350 - 1950s Royal Crown Poster with Girl on Phone.

A beautiful poster with vivid colors and no wear. Condition: 10.0, Mint. Dimensions: 28" x 11".

Lot: 1351 - 1950s Royal Crown Cardboard Poster.

Beautiful colors and bordering on pristine with no wear. Condition: 9.9, Near Mint+. Dimensions: 28" x 11".

Lot: 1352 - 1940s Dr. Pepper Bottle Topper.

Good looking cardboard cutout which has never been folded out to sit atop a bottle. Great condition with only a small upper corner bump and little to no wear or marks elsewhere. Condition: 9.7, Near Mint+. Dimensions: 12 - 1/4" x 8 - 1/4" x 1".

Lot: 1353 - 1950s Royal Crown Cola Cardboard Poster.

Framed under glass with very mild surface rubbing and very light overall wear. Condition: 8.5, Excellent. Dimensions: Framed: 28 - 1/2" x 11 - 1/4" x 1".

Lot: 1354 - 1940s to 1950s Royal Crown Case and Six-Pack Rack.

General overall mild rust and medium wear and the piece bears a manufacturing date of 1942. Condition: Very Good. Dimensions: 39 - 1/2" x 19" x 17 - 1/2".

Lot: 1355 - Pepsi-Cola & Coca-Cola Sidewalk Markers.

1930s to 1950s. The Pepsi-Cola marker exhibits moderate overall wear and the anchor is detached. The Coca-Cola marker is unused with nice patina. Condition: 7.0 - 10.0, Very Good - Mint. Dimensions: Largest: 3 - 3/4" x 3 - 3/4" x 2".

Lot: 1356 - Early Dr. Swett's Root Beer Mug.

Heavily embossed with green and brown color highlights. Clean and bright with no wear. Condition: 10.0, Mint. Dimensions: 6" x 3 -1/2" x 4 - 1/2".

Lot: 1357 - Early Dr. Swett's Stoneware Mug.

A beautiful example that features royal blue and brown highlights with heavy embossing and no wear. Condition: 9.9, Near Mint+. Dimensions: 6" x 3 - 1/2" x 4 - 1/2".

Lot: 1358 - Christo Cola Syrup Dispenser.

This handsome Christo Cola dispenser is decorated on both sides and exhibits evidence of only the lightest wear. The plunger pump seats and fits well and the gold banding on the piece remains very strong. When turned upside down and viewing the base,

Lot: 1359 - Drink Ver-Ba Syrup Dispenser.

This is a very bright and beautiful dispenser with the strongest possible glossy glaze and little evidence of any wear ever. The only detractions at all on this piece are two small base chips on the underside which are barely visible from the back of

Lot: 1360 - Ward's Orange Crush Syrup Dispenser.

This is a classic figural Orange Crush dispenser with strong and bright original paint on the orange and base. It shows little evidence of any wear and has a ball pump that fits perfectly. The only exception to perfect condition is an area on the

Lot: 1361 - Buckeye Root Beer Syrup Dispenser.

This is a classic inverted teardrop with heavy logo and decoration on both sides and displays well. The entire top lip ring has been rebuilt but fortunately thhis building is largely hidden from view by the pump flange. Elsewhere there is light to

Lot: 1362 - Drink Howel's Orange Julep Syrup Dispenser.

A great looking dispenser is offered here and is complete with its original marked ball pump. Even though the appearance is strong, there is some discoloration on the left side of the logo and the piece shows evidence of color retouching and

Lot: 1363 - Drink Hire's Syrup Dispenser.

Very clean and classic is this barrel dispenser with logo on both sides. Included is what appears to be its original pump with marked cap. There is only one small 1 - 1/2" long running hairline crack on the top of the piece emanating from the lip and

Lot: 1364 - Howel's Orange Julep Syrup Dispenser.

Great looking example of the block lettered Orange Julep dispenser. This piece is complete with the original marked ball pump and the body shows only a few very mild color rubs or any other wear resulting from use or storage. The bottom gold banding

Lot: 1365 - 1910 Chrysanthemum Girl Tray.

This is a beautiful stock serving tray with the title at the bottom of the image, but no advertising applied. Could well have been a salesman's sample and bears a beautiful image in very high condition with nearly no wear. Condition: 9.7, Near Mint+.

Lot: 1366 - Early Celluloid Kelly Tires Pinback Button.

Made by Whitehead & Hoag with the original paper label still in the back, this pinback presents beautifully with nice detail of the girl and tire. Celluloid over tin construction with only very mild surface wear. Condition: 9.0 - 9.4, Near Mint.

Lot: 1367 - Circa 1900 Baker's Cocoa Porcelain Pitcher.

This is a beautiful piece and complete with its original lid and exhibits very little to no wear. Condition: 9.8, Near Mint+. Dimensions: 9 - 1/2" x 6 - 1/2" x 5".

Lot: 1368 - Circa 1920s Elgin Watch Company Material Case.

Nice wooden parts box with four open drawers now that the dividers have been removed. Only light to moderate overall wear. Condition: 8.0, Excellent. Dimensions: 9 - 1/2" x 13" x 9 - 1/2".

Lot: 1369 - 1910 - 1920 Glass Straw Holder.

Good overall condition with little to no wear. Condition: 9.0 - 9.5, Near Mint. Dimensions: 12" x 4 - 1/2" x 4 - 1/2".

Lot: 1370 - 1910 - 1920 Glass Straw Holder.

Displays very nicely with only light soiling and very little overall wear. Condition: 9.0 - 9.5, Near Mint. Dimensions: 12" x 4 - 1/2" x 4 - 1/2".

Lot: 1371 - Lot of 2: Glass Straw Holders.

Both of these straw holders are clean with only light to moderate wear and date from 1915 to 1925. Condition: Excellent. Dimensions: Largest: 12 - 1/2" x 4" x 4".

Lot: 1372 - 1943 Small Vertical Coca-Cola Poster.

This poster is framed under glass and is only lightly soiled with small corner bumps and light edge wear at the extreme outer-edge border. Condition: 8.5 - 8.9, Excellent. Dimensions: Framed: 33 - 1/2" x 22" x 1".

Lot: 1373 - 1956 Coca-Cola Small Horizontal Poster.

This is an image that is not frequently seen and a beautiful example. Only very light, extreme outer edge wear, with virtually no wear elsewhere. Condition: 9.7, Near Mint+. Dimensions: 36" x 20".

Lot: 1374 - 1950 Coca-Cola Small Vertical Home Refreshment

Two or three small surface dents and one mild corner bump, lower-left corner. Borders are immaculate elsewhere. Condition: 9.6, Near Mint. Dimensions: 27" x 16".

Lot: 1375 - 1942 Small Vertical Coke Poster with Girl by

A very clean poster with some small marks and mild edge chipping, mostly confined to the lower-left side edge and certainly nothing of note in terms of affecting display. Very clean and bright elsewhere and the piece borders on perfect within the

Lot: 1376 - 1948 Friendly Pause Coca-Cola Small Vertical

Framed under glass and a wonderfully strong and bright example with only the most minuscule of marks or wear seen at all. Condition: 9.8, Near Mint+. Dimensions: Framed: 36" x 23" x 1 - 1/2".

Lot: 1377 - 1941 Coca-Cola Small Vertical Poster with Girl

Framed under glass and a wonderfully strong example with only a few small edge nicks at the extreme outer edges and no wear elsewhere. Condition: 9.7, Near Mint+. Dimensions: Framed: 36" x 23 - 1/4" x 1".

Lot: 1378 - 1941 Small Vertical Coke Poster with Girl in

Framed under glass with a great appearance and high condition. The inside of the glass is soiled and if taken apart and cleaned the poster would display as nearly perfect. Condition: 9.9, Near Mint+. Dimensions: Framed: 31" x 21" x 1".

Lot: 1379 - 1942 Coca-Cola Small Vertical Cardboard Poster.

Framed under glass and a pristine example with no marks or wear. Condition: 10.0, Mint. Dimensions: Framed: 30" x 18" x 1".

Lot: 1380 - 1951 Small Vertical Coke Poster with Western Party

Secured and framed under glass and a wonderful example of this poster with no wear noted at all. Condition: 10.0, Mint. Dimensions: Framed: 32" x 22" x 1".

Lot: 1381 - 1954 Cardboard Coca-Cola Santa Cutout.

A beautiful unused piece which is framed under glass and still retains its original easel on the back as well as two cardboard protectors between the clock, his face, and his hand. Condition is immaculate with no wear at all. Condition: 9.9, Near

Lot: 1382 - 1949 Small Coca-Cola Cardboard Sign.

This is a beautiful illustration featuring a young woman with the attractive new cup design. Nicely framed and very strong condition with little to no wear. Condition: 9.7, Near Mint+. Dimensions: Framed: 11 - 1/2" x 13 - 1/2" x 1".

Lot: 1383 - 1920s Coca-Cola Six-Pack Santa Sleeve.

Beautiful colors remain on this example with only very light soiling and the most minimal of any wear. These are rare to find and are classically wonderful display items! Condition: 8.9 - 9.3, Near Mint. Dimensions: 12 - 1/4" x 8".

Lot: 1384 - 1940 Coca-Cola Cutout Service Woman.

Very little wear overall but does display a mild wrist and neck bend, with small corner bumps at her purse and the lower left corner. Condition: 8.5 - 8.9, Excellent+. Dimensions: 17 - 1/2" x 7".

Lot: 1385 - 1943 Coca-Cola Army Girl Cutout.

Great overall appearance with only the most minor of crinkling around her neck and jaw and just below her skirt. Two small edge bumps at the gloves and at lower left corner. Condition: 8.5, Excellent. Dimensions: 17 - 1/2" x 7".

Lot: 1386 - 1943 Coca-Cola Cutout Marine.

All of these servicewomen retain their original cardboard easels and make a very impressive grouping. This example is exceptionally strong with only small corner bumps at the bottom corners and only the lightest of any edge wear or marks elsewhere.

Lot: 1387 - 1943 Coca-Cola Service Woman Cutout.

This is a great looking piece, but with a heavier bend and mild stain at her wrist, elsewhere there are nearly no marks or wear. Condition: 8.3 - 8.5, Excellent. Dimensions: 17 - 1/2" x 6 - 1/2".

Lot: 1388 - 1943 Coca-Cola Cutout Servicewoman.

Like all of these, complete with the original easel. This example has a strong wrist bend with evidence of old tape repair. There is also a neck bend and a three-inch stain on the left side of her jacket and skirt with some surface rippling.

Lot: 1389 - Rarely Seen 1955 Coca-Cola Large Poster.

Framed under glass, the construction is either light cardboard or heavy paper, and the piece displays a few minor ripples with some mild staining along the bottom of the piece in several areas primarily. There is also some slight age toning with a 2"

Lot: 1390 - Circa 1948 Coca-Cola Small Cardboard Sign.

Framed under glass with only a minor surface wrinkle in lower-right corner and small stain in same region at the edge. Condition: 9.5, Near Mint. Dimensions: Framed: 20 - 1/4" x 16 - 1/2" x 1 - 1/4".

Lot: 1391 - 1941 Scarce Coca-Cola Home Refreshment Poster.

This nice cardboard sign is framed under glass and has only the most minor of any edge marks or wear. Condition: 9.8, Near Mint+. Dimensions: Framed: 21 - 1/2" x 21 - 1/2" x 1".

Lot: 1392 - 1955 Coca-Cola Santa Cardboard Cutout.

This piece is bright and beautiful with nearly no wear and on the back of the shrink wrapping is a color copy of the back of the Santa which features promotional Christmas related material from Coca-Cola. Condition: 9.8, Near Mint+. Dimensions: 19" x

Lot: 1393 - The Coca-Cola Bottler April 1909 Edition.

This is a 1959 reprint of the magazine and was an insert in the 1959 issue of "The Coca-Cola Bottler". Lots of great information and no wear. This lot also includes a June 1916 Coke ad featuring Elaine from Cosmopolitan which is framed. Condition:

Lot: 1394 - Early 1900's Coca-Cola Silver Glass Holder.

This is a beautiful and strong example of a classic Coke collectible. The piece is free of any bends or defects and exhibits very little to no wear. Nicely patinaed with a light natural tarnish. Condition: 9.5 - 9.8, Near Mint. Dimensions: 2 - 1/4" x

Lot: 1395 - 1930s Coca-Cola Sandwich Plate.

This is one of the best looking varieties and harder to find. This particular example has quite strong colors and is as nice as you could ever hope to find. It does have uniform medium pattern crazing, which is to be expected from a 1930s plate.

Lot: 1396 - Beautiful and Fully Restored 1939 Coca-Cola Floor

This is a wonderful and fully complete restoration of the iced cooler complete with the opener and cap catcher. The quality of the restoration is quite high, and was done by Jeff Walters with baked-on automotive paint. and the piece has only a few

Lot: 1397 - 1930s Coca-Cola Adjustable Porcelain Door Bar.

The iron brackets are not original to the piece, but are definitely true to the original in design and only need holes drilled at the four end points. The porcelain sign in the center is as strong as you will encounter in the marketplace with no

Lot: 1398 - 1898 Coca-Cola Celluloid Bookmark.

A beautiful and bold example with the strongest possible remaining colors. Upon very close inspection it should be noted for the sake of accuracy that there are two minuscule dimple dents on her right arm visible when viewed from certain angles only.

Lot: 1399 - Circa 1914 Coca-Cola Matchbook.

This version features a girl with the glass and has bright and vivid colors remaining. Some very light soiling and smudges do little to detract from the overall appearance and all except one of the marked matches remain inside. These are rare to find

Lot: 1400 - 1900 Coca-Cola Celluloid Stamp Holder.

Framed under glass so that both sides are visible and reveals a nice example. There are three or four shallow dimple dents on the front of the piece with some warping and horizontal mild roll lines on the back of the piece, along with a light central

Lot: 1401 - Coca-Cola Celluloid Owl Bookmark.

The colors are bright and beautiful with a diagonal surface scratch across the book that is seen when viewed at an angle to the light. It is very lightly adhered to mat board but what can been seen of the back is brightly colored and strong as well.

Lot: 1402 - 1914 Coca-Cola Calendar.

Beautifully matted and framed under glass and features its metal strip and appears to have a complete pad. Great color tones remain on this nicely textured surface with only the lightest of wear, most of which is situated in the top 1 - 1/2" of the

Lot: 1403 - 1916 Coca-Cola Calendar.

Very attractively framed under glass. The metal strip is not visible but has a complete pad with the exception of the December cover page. The colors are bright and unfaded and the piece displays wonderfully. There are three medium roll creases in

Lot: 1404 - 1921 Coca-Cola Calendar.

Attractively framed and matted under glass and complete with its metal strip and a full pad. This example is beautiful and bright with only some light edge wear on the bottom half of the right side primarily. There are also a few minor roll lines in

Lot: 1405 - Coca-Cola Small Format Lillian Nordica Calendar.

This version features a beautiful and complete 1909 calendar pad and the item is mounted with mylar pads under glass and displays no wear and only one small surface bend line of little consequence. Condition: 9.2 - 9.5, Near Mint. Dimensions: Framed:

Lot: 1406 - Circa 1950 Coca-Cola Porcelain Button.

This is a gorgeous example with only two to three tiny edge nicks and a few minuscule surface scratches. Condition 9.4, Near Mint. Dimensions: 24" x 24" x 2".

Lot: 1407 - 1950s Coca-Cola Pendulum Clock.

This clock exhibits a nice bright face and dial and displays very well with a clean interior under the dome and only light to medium oxidation on the outer plated surfaces. It was made in Germany and there is a closed crack on the back of the metal

Lot: 1408 - 1913 Coca-Cola Change Tray.

A very nice gloss with some ripples and small specks, but made that way. The border has a few very slight rubs and some outer edge rim nicks. Condition: 8.4, Excellent. Dimensions: 6" x 4 - 1/4".

Lot: 1409 - 1914 Coca-Cola Serving Tray.

This piece has a clean face with a few light vertical scratches and only a few marks on the border with some outer edge rim chipping. Condition: 8.0 - 8.3, Excellent. Dimensions: 19" x 8 - 1/2" x 1".

Lot: 1410 - 1920 Coca-Cola Change Tray.

Very bright and clean example with wonderful shine. Two tiny retouched scratches on right border and also two at outer-bottom rim. Condition: 8.5 - 9.0, Excellent+. Dimensions: 8 - 1/4" x 6 - 1/4" x 2".

Lot: 1411 - Beautiful 1942 Coca-Cola Serving Tray.

Awesome condition and as close to perfect as you will encounter. Condition: 9.9, Near Mint+. Dimensions: 15" x 12" x 2".

Lot: 1412 - 1935 Coca-Cola Original Metal Bracket.

The date is ink-stamped on the end of the flange. These brackets were used to display the double-sided cardboard signs of the period. The bracket includes the original screw pack and the two hanging hooks. Displays very nicely with original silver

Lot: 1413 - 1924 Coca-Cola Calendar.

Framed and matted under glass and the matting is hiding the edges and borders. The pad appears to be complete from March forward and the colors are strong and vibrant. No marks or wear are visible within the image area. Condition: 9.0 - 9.5, Near

Lot: 1414 - 1926 Coca-Cola Bottler's Calendar.

From Newton, Mississippi, this large format calendar features stock artwork imprinted with Newton Bottling Works name in Newton, Mississippi. It bears a single 1926 page and has light wear with a strong central horizontal fold line and no metal

Lot: 1415 - 1928 Coca-Cola Distributor's Calendar.

Nicely framed and matted under glass, this is from Longfellow Candy Shop in Portland, Maine, and features a complete 1928 pad. A gorgeous piece with no wear or soiling at all. Condition: 10.0, Mint. Dimensions: 19" x 17" x 1 - 1/2".

Lot: 1416 - 1929 Coca-Cola Calendar.

Nicely matted and framed under glass and complete with its original metal strip and a full pad. Some mild to medium roll marks exist on the calendar top as well as a 5" closed tear near upper right strip and a 1/2" closed tear at the strip in

Lot: 1417 - 1927 Coca-Cola Calendar.

Nicely framed and matted under glass and complete with its original metal strip and a partial pad beginning in August. The calendar is exceptionally clean with no evidence of wear or soiling. Condition: 9.8, Near Mint+. Dimensions: Framed: 34" x 22"

Lot: 1418 - 1959 Coca-Cola Calendar.

Nicely framed and matted under glass and appears to be without wear or blemish. Condition: 10.0, Mint. Dimensions: Framed: 32" x 20" x 1".

Lot: 1419 - Lot of 2: Dr. Swett's & Orange Crush Glasses.

1920s to 1930s, with very little to no wear on either glass. Condition: 9.5 - 10.0, Near Mint. Dimensions: Largest: 5 - 1/2" x 2 - 3/4" x 2 - 3/4".

Lot: 1420 - Two Coca-Cola and One Pepsi Glass.

This lot includes a 1940s to 1960s bell glass with applied color label. It also features a reproduction Coca-Cola flared glass and a reproduction Pepsi glass, all with no wear. Condition, 10.0, Mint. Dimensions: Largest: 5" x 3 - 1/2" x 3 - 1/2".

Lot: 1421 - Hires & Vernor's Soda Glasses.

Circa 1910 and 1930. Both glasses have wonderfully uniform and strong acid-etching and neither exhibits any wear. Condition: 10.0, Mint. Dimensions: Largest: 5" x 3 - 1/4" x 3 - 1/4".

Lot: 1422 - Buckeye Root Beer Syrup Dispenser.

Black Buckeye root beer inverted teardrop with embossed decoration on one side. This is a clean and shiny example and shows just a few small color touch-ups that are felt to be factory. It should be noted that some rebuilding has occurred at the top

Lot: 1423 - Drink Kel-Ola Syrup Dispenser.

This dispenser displays well overall with only mild color rubs on one side of the logo, otherwise, the display is quite strong with good bands at the bottom remaining and a nice overall brightness to the piece. The non-original plunger pump seats and

Lot: 1424 - Green River Syrup Dispenser.

This is an appreciated dispenser due to its different construction, being of milk glass. The logo and colored decoration is nicely embossed and incised into the piece. The condition here is beautiful with little to no wear overall. The plunger pump

Lot: 1425 - Drink PauCola Syrup Dispenser.

This is an unusual dispenser from the standpoint that it is not ceramic, but is silver plate and was made by William A. Rogers. The condition of the piece is beautiful with only mild to medium tarnish and it includes its original plunger pump. No

Lot: 1426 - Drink Hire's Syrup Dispenser.

This is a beautiful example of the classic hourglass dispenser with its original marked plunger pump. It is very clean and bright and shows no evidence of heavy use, if it was ever used at all. Condition: Near Mint+. Dimensions: 14" x 8" x 8".

Lot: 1427 - Jersey-Creme Syrup Dispenser.

This inverted teardrop is nicely embossed on both sides which frames the logo and color portions nicely. The ball pump seats and fits well. Some crazing is visible on the body of the pump with some staining along the lines and the base of the piece

Lot: 1428 - Buckeye Root Beer Syrup Dispenser.

Very attractive classic embossed stump dispenser with a proper fitting plunger pump whose cap is marked "ROOT BEER". Wonderfully glossy and without wear and only one small hidden nick under the base in the very center that is of no consequence and

Lot: 1429 - Buckeye Root Beer Syrup Dispenser.

This Buckeye Root Beer inverted teardrop dispenser displays very well with little evidence of any significant wear over its life. It has a plunger pump that fits well. Condition: Excellent+ - Near Mint. Dimensions: 15 - 1/2" x 9" x 9".

Lot: 1430 - 1939 Coca-Cola Cardboard Poster.

This is a beautiful poster and never found in this condition. Only one tiny spot in the lower right field corner and minuscule edge wear. Condition: 9.5-9.7, Near Mint. Dimensions: 32" x 14 - 1/2".

Lot: 1431 - 1950's Coca-Cola 3-D Santa Cardboard Cutout.

No wear and only some small and faint mildew spotting. Condition: 9.5, Near Mint. Dimensions: Frame: 33 - 1/2" x 29" x 1".

Lot: 1432 - 1970s - 1980s Large Format Fishing Boy Print.

These prints were only order for bottlers. This came from the Knoxville, Tennessee bottler. Framed and matted under glass with no wear. Condition: 10, Mint. Dimensions: Framed: 48" x 31 - 1/2" x 1".

Lot: 1433 - 1960s Larger Coca-Cola Cardboard Santa Cutout.

Framed under glass with a few stronger surface rubs and marks on the right-hand side and only minor marks and a few small edge bends otherwise. Condition: 8.4, Excellent. Dimensions: Framed: 32 - 1/2" x 24" x 1".

Lot: 1434 - 1948 Coca-Cola Santa Cardboard Cutout.

Mounted and framed under glass and complete with its original easel. Condition is very strong with no soiling or wear and a minute edge bump or two only. Condition: 9.8, Near Mint+. Dimensions: Framed: 18 - 1/2" x 14" x 1".

Lot: 1435 - 1945 Coca-Cola Cardboard Santa Cutout.

Framed under glass, with very light soiling and fading. There are a few random rubs of a mild variety and a few very mild bends at his face and arm with only a mild wrinkling showing in those areas. Condition: 8.7, Excellent. Dimensions: 18" x 14 -

Lot: 1436 - 1947 Cardboard Coca-Cola Santa Cutout.

The piece is complete with its original easel and has only the most minor of some outer edge light wear and a few tiny marks elsewhere. This is the actual example shown in Petretti's guide. Condition: 9.5, Near Mint. Dimensions: 15 - 1/2" x 7 - 3/4".

Lot: 1437 - 1929 Coca-Cola Six-Pack Carrier Cardboard Box.

Never used and framed flat under glass and accompanied with a 1920s brochure introducing the Coca-Cola "Six-Box". A nice offering here with just a bit of light wear on the brochure. Condition: 9.7, Near Mint+. Dimensions: Framed: 20 - 1/2" x 17" x

Lot: 1438 - 1899 Coca-Cola Celluloid Bookmark.

Another very strong example of an early bookmark with only the slightest of fading and light wear at the bottom of the image area. Condition: 8.5, Excellent. Dimensions: 2 - 1/4" x 2".

Lot: 1439 - 1930s Coca-Cola Vernonware Ice Bowl.

Very strong condition with no wear and is complete with artificial ice cubes and bottles for display. Condition: 10.0, Mint. Dimensions: Largest: 10 - 1/2" x 10 - 1/2" x 4".

Lot: 1440 - Unusual Sterling Silver Coca-Cola Bowl.

There is a maker's mark ion the bottom identifying it as being made by "PILGRIM SILVER PLATE". The interior of the bottom of the bowl is nicely engraved with the Coca-Cola logo, leading us to believe it was probably made as an executive gift or

Lot: 1441 - Circa 1930s Metal Coca-Cola Bookmark.

Some mild plating wear with good embossing remains. All the red paint remains strongly in the background. These bookmarks do not seem to be encountered as frequently as some of the celluloid versions and certainly make a nice addition to the

Lot: 1442 - Lot of 3: Coca-Cola Earlier Bottle Openers.

1920s to 1940s. The pieces have general overall moderate wear. The two long openers have a patent date of April 21, 1925. Condition: Very Good - Excellent. Dimensions: Largest: 2" x 2" x 2".

Lot: 1443 - Coca-Cola 30-Year Service Pin / Tie-Tack.

This is complete with its original plastic presentation box and is beautiful with no wear, featuring six diamond chips. Condition: 10.0, Mint. Dimensions: 1/4" Dia.

Lot: 1444 - Lot of 5: Reproduction Coke Tokens.

1970s and later. All with very little to no wear. Condition: Near Mint. Dimensions: Largest: 1 - 1/2" x 1".

Lot: 1445 - 1918 Coca-Cola Distributor's Calendar.

This version is matted and framed under glass and is from Ashland, Pennsylvania, and features very light edge and corner wear with no soiling. Condition: 9.5, Near Mint. Dimensions: Framed: 16 - 1/2" x 13" x 1 - 1/4".

Lot: 1446 - 1960s Larger Coke Porcelain Sign.

This is a nice period sign with the curved edges to accommodate mounting on the lower roof portions of buildings and stores. This is a nice example with only small chips and nicks and some light stains from weather on the surface of the sign. This is

Lot: 1447 - 1939 Coca-Cola Canadian Door Push.

This is a beautiful example with "S T - 39" stamped boldly at the bottom. A nice, bright clean and shiny example with only a few surface scratches or marks of the lightest variety. Condition: 9.6, Near Mint. Dimensions: 11 - 1/2" x 3 - 1/2".

Lot: 1448 - Late 1950s Coca-Cola Counter Top Dispenser.

This is a Dole citation model with plastic and metal construction and embossed lettering on the sides. Only light to moderate overall wear and the piece displays quite attractively. Condition: 7.8 - 8.4, Excellent. Dimensions: 22" x 11" x 21".

Lot: 1449 - 1939 Coca-Cola Serving Tray.

There are a couple of very tiny dents near the face and border intersection, one border scratch and edge wear, both with beautiful quality retouching. Condition: 8.5 - 8.8, Excellent. Dimensions: 15" x 12" x 1".

Lot: 1450 - 1940 Coca-Cola Serving Tray.

Beautiful condition on this tray with only the most minuscule of any marks at all. Condition 9.8, Near Mint+. Dimensions: 15" x 12" x 2".

Lot: 1451 - 1950s 12" Tin Coca-Cola Button.

Beautiful condition with strong appearance, and only some minor to moderate spider-webbing and light rust at the extreme outer edges. Condition is 8.8 - 9.2, Excellent+. Dimensions: 11 - 3/4" Dia.

Lot: 1452 - Lot of 2: 1914 & 1916 Coca-Cola Change Trays.

The 1914 change tray has good colors with very light wear, with only a slightly dull surface and small marks. The 1916 tray has shallow small dents and mild surface spider-webbing as well as some border chipping and wear. Condition: 7 - 8.3, Very

Lot: 1453 - Lot of 2: Coca-Cola Serving Trays.

1937 Running girl is beautiful with only a couple of tiny marks and a short scratch in lower-right border and nearly no wear otherwise. The 1950s menu girl has only a few tiny outer edge rim nicks. Condition: 9.5 - 9.8, Near Mint. Dimensions: Each:

Lot: 1454 - 1960s Coca-Cola Three-Case Rack.

This is a clean example with only signs of light to moderate overall wear. Condition: Excellent+. Dimensions: 48" x 22" x 19".

Lot: 1455 - 50 years of Nostalgia Print - 50th Anniversary

In the 1990s, John acquired a number of these Meisel prints from a Coca-Cola bottler in Knoxville, Tennessee. Like most bottlers, he displayed those in the offices of his bottling plant. They were made available to bottlers in 1976 by the company,

Lot: 1456 - Coca-Cola Meisel Print.

Yes - Girl in Swinsuit. Dimensions: Framed: 44" x 24 - 1/2" x 1".

Lot: 1457 - Coca-Cola Meisel Print.

Four Seasons and Bathing Girl on the Beach. Dimensions: 40 - 1/2" x 14 - 1/4" x 2".

Lot: 1458 - Coca-Cola Meisel Print.

Early Golfing Couple. Dimensions: Framed: 40 - 1/2" x 28 - 1/4" x 1 - 1/2".

Lot: 1459 - Coca-Cola Meisel Print.

Drink Coca-Cola with Betty artwork. Dimensions: Framed: 40 - 1/4" x 23 - 1/4" x 1 - 3/4".

Lot: 1460 - Coca-Cola Meisel Print.

Carbonated Coca-Cola - Lillian Nordica. Dimensions: Framed: 40 - 1/4" x 23 - 1/4" x 1 - 3/4".

Lot: 1461 - Coca-Cola Meisel Print.

After the Theatre, Drink a Glass of Coca-Cola! Dimensions: Framed: 40 - 1/2" x 32 - 1/2" x 1 - 3/4".

Lot: 1462 - Coca-Cola Meisel Print.

Girl with Horse. Dimensions: Framed: 39" x 29" x 1".

Lot: 1463 - Coca-Cola Meisel Print.

6,000,000 Drinks a Day with Bellhop. Dimensions: Framed: 23 - 1/2" x 42 - 1/2" x 1".

Lot: 1464 - Coca-Cola Meisel Print.

Hilda Clark with Roses. Dimensions: Framed: 30" x 26 - 1/4" x 1 - 3/4".

Lot: 1465 - Coca-Cola Meisel Print.

Easy to Buy - To Carry - To Keep on Ice. Dimensions: Framed: 30" x 19" x 1- 3/4".




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