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The Art of Coca-Cola Comic Images - 1999
Note: Initial press releases said this would be a 72-card set. Thanks much to Billy Cole for the original checklist!
Box: 36 packs of 7 cards. Common sets: approx. 3.57 per box if collation were perfect. No. Text Subset 1 Part of a larger display, this cardboard The Men of Coca-Cola 2 This striking three-dimensional cardboard The Men of Coca-Cola 3 Depicted in this cardboard cutout from 19 The Men of Coca-Cola 4 Cardboard signs such as this one were pla The Men of Coca-Cola 5 Shown here is a 1950s "policeman school z The Men of Coca-Cola 6 During the 1920s and 1930s, The Coca-Cola The Men of Coca-Cola 7 "Coke" has long been a nickname for Coca- The Men of Coca-Cola 8 This 1922 cardboard window display shows The Women of Coca-Cola 9 Haddon Sundblom didn't just paint The Coc The Women of Coca-Cola 10 Lillian Nordica, the famous opera star, w The Women of Coca-Cola 11 This clever cardboard cutout window displ The Women of Coca-Cola 12 Illustrator Hamilton King created and sig The Women of Coca-Cola 13 This self-framed metal sign carries the i The Women of Coca-Cola 14 Registered with the U.S. Copyright Office The Women of Coca-Cola 15 As the note on the table indicates, actre The Women of Coca-Cola 16 "Thirst knows no season" Slogans for Coca-Cola 17 "The pause that refreshes" Slogans for Coca-Cola 18 "It's the real thing" Slogans for Coca-Cola 19 "Take home a carton" Slogans for Coca-Cola 20 "Call for it by full name" Slogans for Coca-Cola 21 "Good to the last drop" Slogans for Coca-Cola 22 "Delicious and Refreshing" Slogans for Coca-Cola 23 "6 million drinks a day" Slogans for Coca-Cola 24 During the Second World War, a man in a u Coca-Cola and the Armed Forces 25 Although not officially called a war, the Coca-Cola and the Armed Forces 26 Unlike many men who were drafted into mil Coca-Cola and the Armed Forces 27 Because of the embargo on sugar from Cuba Coca-Cola and the Armed Forces 28 Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson was extolled i Coca-Cola and the Armed Forces 29 Among the most highly prized collectibles Coca-Cola and the Armed Forces 30 Used in 1943 magazine advertising, this o Coca-Cola and the Armed Forces 31 Because this artwork appeared on a 1942 s Coca-Cola and the Armed Forces 32 Shown here is the 1903 metal serving tray Merchandising Coca-Cola 33 Shown is a the prototype bottle used in 1 Merchandising Coca-Cola 34 The first flat-topped cans for Coca-Cola Merchandising Coca-Cola 35 Made of corrugated cardboard, the first s Merchandising Coca-Cola 36 The first standardized Coca-Cola coolers Merchandising Coca-Cola 37 What better way to familiarize your drink Merchandising Coca-Cola 38 Ceramic syrup urns like the one shown her Merchandising Coca-Cola 39 Over the years, many of the Coca-Cola Com Merchandising Coca-Cola 40 Since 1891, a common thread in advertisin The Heritage of Coca-Cola 41 Ever aware of its heritage, The Coca-Cola The Heritage of Coca-Cola 42 Built in 1898, the Flatiron building at 1 The Heritage of Coca-Cola 43 This original painting by Fred Mizen was The Heritage of Coca-Cola 44 Robert W. Woodruff was elected President The Heritage of Coca-Cola 45 John S. Pemberton was a pharmacist in pos The Heritage of Coca-Cola 46 After a total expenditure of about $2300, The Heritage of Coca-Cola 47 dIn 1936, Coca-Cola was 50 years old. Not The Heritage of Coca-Cola 48 In 1923, Robert Woodruff, the new Preside Coca-Cola Overseas 49 In 1923, The Coca-Cola Company issued a b Coca-Cola Overseas 50 Coca-Cola-Nachrichten was the German equi Coca-Cola Overseas 51 The front cover of the October 1948 issue Coca-Cola Overseas 52 This 1952 Coca-Cola calendar for German-s Coca-Cola Overseas 53 Coca-Cola syrup was shipped worldwide in Coca-Cola Overseas 54 In countries that do not use the English Coca-Cola Overseas 55 Located just above "Coca-Cola" in this or Coca-Cola Overseas 56 Nattily dressed in the golf fashion of th Coca-Cola & Sports 57 Towed behind a motorboat, the aqualplane Coca-Cola & Sports 58 Name the sport, and it's probably represe Coca-Cola & Sports 59 The Coca-Cola Company recognized that pre Coca-Cola & Sports 60 Early in its existence, Coca-Cola forged Coca-Cola & Sports 61 By the time this metal serving tray was i Coca-Cola & Sports 62 This idyllic scene painted by Normal Rock Coca-Cola & Sports 63 Virtually no sport escaped the geniuses b Coca-Cola & Sports 64 The 1920s saw the first use of round, lea Marketing Coca-Cola 65 First produced in 1948, the Cooler Radio Marketing Coca-Cola 66 In 1923, the Advertising Department of Th Marketing Coca-Cola 67 The glass change receiver shown here was Marketing Coca-Cola 68 Beginning in 1911, The Coca-Cola Company Marketing Coca-Cola 69 In addition to being a center for pottery Marketing Coca-Cola 70 Free-drink coupons such as the one shown Marketing Coca-Cola CHASE CARDS Santa Omnichrome Cards (1:18 packs) C1 Wherever I go C2 My hat's off C3 Pause... refresh C4 (Kids and dog) C5 (Street scene) C6 Festive Holidays Card Album -- (Binder) PROMO CARDS 1 (Lady facing right) 2 (Lady facing left) -- (Dealer sell sheet)©2000, 2001, 2002 Jeff Allender. 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