Posted by Johan at 6:11 PM
This is an old cardboard wall print depicting an artwork by Norman Rockwell. Entitled "Out Fishin'", the original artwork was done in 1935.
This is another old cardboard wall print. This one is from an artwork by N. C. Wyeth, entitled "It's The Refreshing Thing To Do", dated 1937.
These are Coke fountain cups that I have acquired. Also known as paper cups or dixie cups, fountain cups are used when consumers buy Coca-Cola from soda fountains. These fountain cups are from USA, however the year they are produced is not mentioned. We can determine these, by observing the design.
The first and second cup should be from a similar time period, as they bare the same slogans. They should be from 1940s to 1960s, as they bare the words "REG. U.S. PAT. OFF." The slogan "Sign of Good Taste" confirms this to be from around 1957. The third cup is obvious, from 1984.
The first and second cup is from the same time period, the second cup is a smaller "Free Sample" version of the first cup. The diamond logo design was used by Coca-Cola from 1955 to 1970. This type of diamond logo design known as the Harlequin design (multi-diamond design), however, was first used in 1966. The third cup is guessed to be from around 1963, based on the slogan "Things go better with Coke". The fourth cup is believed to be from early 1970s, when Frozen Coke was first introduced.
This is a Mobil Collector Series featuring players from the Auckland Warriors rugby team. The players' info and signatures are featured, along with player photos. The players are Phil Blake, Sean Hoppe, Stephen Kearney, Dean Bell, Andy Platt and Greg Alexander.
Please refer here for 385ml glass bottles.
Comparison between 385ml and 250ml glass bottles
Notice that Coca-Cola 250ml glass bottles still uses the old metal crown cap, while the 385ml bottles are using the newer metal twist cap.