Coca-Cola Super Star
Coca-Cola Super Star by Fiora Steinbach-Palazzini 1989 Hardcover. Condition: like new with no missing pages or markings. Lots of great color photographs: 1963 Beatles drinking Coke, 1980s Chinese boy drinking Coke on the Great Wall of China, 1891 first Coca-Cola calendar, 1898 Coca-Cola coupon, 1942 Coke can, Coca-Cola stand at the 1928 Amsterdam Olympics, 1960s President Kennedy, Coca-Cola & Columbia Pictures Present Ghost Busters poster, 1950 Time magazine cover, 1940s Symbol of Friendship print ad, 1930s -Cola syrup barrel, 1900 ceramic syrup container, 1950s Italian bottler concentrate, Coca-Cola Space Cans, 1962 Andy Warhol: Green Coca-Cola bottles, 100+ illustrations and photos.
The Illustrated Guide to the Collectibles of Coca-Cola
The Illustrated Guide to the Collectibles of Coca-Cola by Cecil Munsey 1972 Hardcover with jacket. Condition: Like new with no missing pages or markings. This is a classic Coca-Cola collector's reference with well researched information about The Coca-Cola Company as well as all categories of Coke memorabilia. First two parts of the book cover the history of Coca-Cola. Part Three covers production and merchandising items including: cigars, razor blades and chewing gum; wagons and trucks; glasses and bottle caps; stationery; kegs, cartons, cases and display racks; coolers; and Standardization Committee. Part Four covers advertising items including: overview; calendars; metal serving and change trays; pocket mirrors; advertising clocks; periodical advertising: newspaper, magazine; display posters; cardboard cutouts; signs; blotters, bookmarks, cards, coupons, and menus; games and toys; openers and ice picks; thermometers; pocket knives, pens, pencils, pencil holders, and pencil sharpeners; music boxes, paperweights and radios; smoking paraphernalia; billboard posters; radio advertising; Santa Claus; jewelry; education materials; collectible literature; unauthorized and authorized individual bottler advertising items; questionable items; etc. Appendix A: Coca-Cola Bottlers and the dates they started in business. Appendix B: Advertising slogans and statements. Appendix C: Artists whose works appear in the advertising for Coca-Cola. Appendix D: Companies that specialized in chromo-lithographic printing on metal advertising items. Extensive bibliography. Total 333 pages.
Coca-Cola: The First Hundred Years
Coca-Cola The First Hundred Years Revised Edition 1986 Hard cover. Conditon: Brand New still shrink-wrapped. Over 100 color and black and white photographs and illustrations of the first 100 years of Coca-Cola history andadvertising. The forward was written by Roberto C. Goizueta, then Chairman and CEO of The Coca-Cola Company in May 1986. Text was written by Anne Hoy. The Book was designed by Critt Graham + Associates, Atlanta. Lithography by George Rice & Sons, Los Angeles. Part I: Soda Fountain Days. Part II: Around the Corner from Everywhere. Part III: The Pause that Refreshes the World. Part IV: I'd Like to Buy the World a Coke. Part V: Coca-Cola Today and Tomorrow. Memorable photographs featuring: 1916 Soda Fountain, 1902 Mrs. Asa Candler and friends at the Coca-Cola Company New York office, Fayetteville Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Inc. horse-drawn wagon, Roddy-Goodman Company Coca-Cola truck, the Weather Bird Coca-Cola sign in Bakersfield, California, 1921 Soda Fountain, 1930s mobile fountain sampling unit, Ray Noble and the Coca-Cola Orchestra, Morton Downey and Margaret O'Brien in 1945, Albert Spalding and Andre Kostelanetz in 1941, Coca-Cola in Panama in 1909, The Netherlands in 1920s, Spain 1928, England 1932, China 1928, Amsterdam 1928, Londons Picadilly Circus Coke neon sign, Egypt, Ski life in Ireland, Thailand, Brazil, Atlanta neon sign, 1940s Coca-Cola coolers on Delta Airline flights, Japanese actor Hisaya Morishige, and Commander Gordon Fullerton on the Space Shuttle Challenger.
Classic Coca-Cola Calendars
Classic Coca-Cola Calendars by Allan Petretti and Chris H. Beyer 2000 Hardcover. Condition: like new with no missing pages or markings. This is an excellent reference on the history and collecting of Coca-Cola calendars and has a value guide for the calendar issues 1891 through 1970. Over 100 color photographs.
The Coca-Cola Company: An Illustrated Profile
The Coca-Cola Company: An Illustrated Profile 1974 Hardcover with jacket. Conditon: like new with no missing pages. Only one light pencil marking on a blank page. This corporate history was published by The Coca-Cola Company in 1974 and contains 100 photographs and illustrations. Part One: The Pemberton Era. Part Two: The Candler Era. Part Three: The Early Bottlers. Part Four: Transition. Part Five: The Woodruff Era. Part Six: Refreshing the World. Part Seven: Worldwide Business. The Forward was written by J. Paul Austin, then Chairman of The Coca-Cola Company. Total: 109 pages.