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Coca-Cola Sign and Arrow Wall Decal Combos

Sep 18, 2014 |  Retro Staff |  No Comments

The Coca-Cola brand is well known for its striking signage. Graphically impactful, timely and often humorous, Coke signs, billboards, and merchandise have become an icon of American society. For all of these reasons, vintage Coke signs are very desirable as collectibles. The Coca-Cola button sign (officially referred to as the “Red Disc” by the Coca-Cola Company)

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New Twist on Classic Coca-Cola Cans

Jul 11, 2013 |  Retro Staff |  No Comments

Coca-Cola’s “Share the Happiness” campaign got a new twist when the company introduced a concept in Singapore. It was a limited trial, but plenty of US consumers want these cans to pop out of local vending machines.   Take a look at the video ad for the limited promotion:   CNET Asia doesn’t think the

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Like Cola

Mar 20, 2013 |  Retro Staff |  4 Comments

Just 13 years after 7 Up’s diet soda, Like, was discontinued, the company introduced Like Cola. First distributed in 1982, Like Cola was one of the first attempts at producing a soda with virtually no caffeine. By law, colas had to have some caffeine content, so the pop was labeled as “99% Caffeine-Free”. Like Cola’s

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Coca-Cola Original Collectibles: Coupons, Bags & More

Jul 30, 2012 |  Retro Staff |  No Comments

Some rare treats for the Coca-Cola fan and collector… Take a look at these vintage originals – coupons, boxes, programs and more – all from the ’50s and ’60s, when a bottle of Coke was just a dime. Back then, it was common for brands to sponsor high school and college sports programs by producing

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Portable Coca-Cola Fridges & Warmers

Jul 17, 2012 |  Retro Staff |  No Comments

When the sweltering summer heat sets in, most enjoy cooling off with a nice, cold drink. Typical ice chests keep drinks cold for mere hours, leaving us with a bunch of cans floating in water. A new line of Coca-Cola coolers and mini fridges were designed for tight spaces and travel. With seven different models,

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Moxie Bottle Stand (Manchester, NH)

May 13, 2010 |  Retro Staff |  1  Comment

A Part of New England Soda Pop History Preserved If you’re a lover of Moxie Soda, you may enjoy a little history about the famous Moxie bottle stand. It is a 32-foot high by 10-foot wide Moxie Bottle replica that was originally designed as a trade show booth from which to distribute samples of Moxie

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