“Take Home a Carton, It’s Easy to Carry” We’re used to the sight of cardboard six-pack carriers for bottled beverages but when the Coca-Cola Company first introduced the cardboard carrier carton, it was quite a great innovation. The Coca-Cola Company introduced cardboard six-pack carriers in 1923. Although others have taken credit for theContinue reading
‘Pop your top’ over these vintage soda pop bottle caps and histories. Which bubbly drink was your favorite?
The design of the Coca-Cola bottle as we know it today was invented 100 years ago this year. Beginning in 1899 Coke was bottled in amber or clear glass bottles with straight sides. Competing manufacturers were producing imitations with bottles and labels so similar to the Coca-Cola brand that the Coca-Cola Company wasContinue reading
Coca-Cola is everywhere you look nowadays, available in plastic bottles and cans in a variety of sizes. A lot of people might not realize that at one time you either bought Coke in a 7-ounce embossed green glass bottle or in a cup at a restaurant or soda fountain. And when you bought a CokeContinue reading
During the ’50s and ’60s, hundreds of different branded picnic coolers were produced. These metal coolers came in different sizes, and some featured bottle openers on the unit. One of the most popular brands emblazoned on these vintage coolers was Coca-Cola. Collectors of this line of coolers seek out specific variations in the text included withContinue reading