Coca Cola Collectables.

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It was May the 8th 1886 when the first glass of Coca-Cola was sold at Jacobs' Pharmacy in downtown Atlanta. Since then this Iconic brand has become part of everyday life for millions of Americans and Canadians. Coca-Cola made its way to Canada more than 120 years ago in 1896. In October 1905, the company applied to register the Coca-Cola trademark in Canada, they also set up a small factory at 65 Bellwoods Avenue in Toronto Ontario. This would be the first bottling facility outside of the United States. Coke has been part of our North American society and fabric for more than one hundred years and has become an object of high demand in the world of collecting. Old Coke signs in good shape can sell for thousands of dollars, Coke bottles, tins, glassware, magazine adds the sky is the limit on Coke collecting. Here we also collect Coca Cola items to add flavor to our collection. Coca Cola did a lot of advertising in the area of fishing, and we are always looking to add Coke pieces related to fishing to our collection.  I am positive Coca Cola was in the hands of the skilled people who crafted many of the lures and reels we love to collect, it was there in the background keeping the workers refreshed!  Having Coca Cola items to garnish your fishing lure collection is simply a natural, unless you drink the other brand. Here at Alberta Antique & Vintage Fishing Tackle we not only drink Coca Cola, we Collect it. Have a Coke and a Smile!

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CokeNCWyeth1937

Coca Cola Going Fishing by N.C Wyeth 1937.

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CokeNCWyeth1937

Coca Cola Going Fishing by N.C Wyeth 1937.

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This store pinup poster dates to 1998 when Coca Cola decided to bring back this 1937 N.C Wyeth Classic! One of America's foremost illustrators Newell Conyers Wyeth was commissioned to produce illustrations for The Coca-Cola Company, including magazine ads, calendars and posters. The Going Fishing scene was produced for a 1937 Calendar. These 1998 posters are extremely collectable.

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1900-13IceBlueCokeBottle

1900-13 Ice Blue Straight Side Coca Cola Bottle.

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1900-13 Ice Blue Straight Side Coca Cola Bottle.

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1900-13 Ice Blue Straight Side Coca Cola Bottle.

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1900-13IceBlueCokeBottle

1900-13 Ice Blue Straight Side Coca Cola Bottle.

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Here is an original 1900-13 Ice Blue Straight Side Canadian Coca Cola Bottle. These really neat bottles can be found from time to time, they pre date the Hobble Skirt bottles which arrived in 1918. This one is in fairly good shape considering its over 100 years old. 

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CocaColaAdvertisement

1950's era National Geographic Coca Cola Add.

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CocaColaAdvertisement

1950's era National Geographic Coca Cola Add.

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Here is an original 1950's era National Geographic Coca Cola Add featuring a guy at a rodeo in Wyoming having a Coke. Pieces like this add depth and value to any collection. Coca Cola goes with just about anything, but dresses up a fishing tackle collection with style and great memories.

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1900-12CocaCola

1900-12 Ice Blue Straight Side Coca Cola Bottle.

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1900-12CocaCola

1900-12 Ice Blue Straight Side Coca Cola Bottle.

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1900-12CocaCola

1900-12 Ice Blue Straight Side Coca Cola Bottle.

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1900-12CocaCola

1900-12 Ice Blue Straight Side Coca Cola Bottle.

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Another original 1900-12 Ice Blue Straight Side Canadian Coca Cola Bottle. These great bottles can turn up just about anywhere if you keep an eye open, they pre date the Hobble Skirt bottles which arrived in 1918. This one is in great shape, over 100 years and another great piece of our collection. It looks great in the Creek Chub cabinet.

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CocaColaAdvertisement

1952 National Geographic Coca Cola Add.

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CocaColaAdvertisement

1952 National Geographic Coca Cola Add.

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Here is an original 1952 National Geographic Coca Cola Add featuring a Lady hosting a party having a Coke. Pieces like this add depth and value to any collection. Coca Cola goes with just about anything, but dresses up a fishing tackle collection with style and great memories.

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CocaColaAdvertisement

1958 National Geographic Coca Cola Add.

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CocaColaAdvertisement

1958 National Geographic Coca Cola Add.

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Here is an original 1958 National Geographic Coca Cola Add featuring a couple in the Swiss Alps having a picnic with Coke in hand. Pieces like this add depth and value to any collection. Coca Cola goes with just about anything, but dresses up a fishing tackle collection with style and great memories.

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CocaCola1952

1952 National Geographic Coca Cola Add.

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CocaCola1952

1952 National Geographic Coca Cola Add.

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1952 National Geographic Coca Cola Add.

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Here is an original 1952 National Geographic Coca Cola Add featuring a guy in a boat fishing having a Coke. Pieces like this add depth and value to any collection. Coca Cola goes with just about anything, but dresses up a fishing tackle collection with style and great memories.

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Coca Cola Fishtail logo Serving Tray

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Coca Cola Fishtail logo Serving Tray

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Because the Coca-Cola fishtail logo was only used for a short time it’s become identifiable with the time period of late 50s and early 60s. Making this logo a desirable graphic for mid-century collectors in particular but its rarity makes it a favorite among Coke collectors in general. First introduced in 1958, the fishtail logo was featured on signs, print ads, vending machines, coolers and all kinds of Coca-Cola products up until 1965. At this time the Coca-Cola Company was phasing out the fish tail logo for the preferred red disc that had been used in previous years. The belief was that the red disc was more readily identifiable as a Coca-Cola logo and was more graphically striking. We like the Fishtail better, everyone has their favorite.

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1900-12CocaCola

1900-12 Ice Blue Straight Side Coca Cola Bottle.

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1900-12CocaCola

1900-12 Ice Blue Straight Side Coca Cola Bottle.

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1900-12CocaCola

1900-12 Ice Blue Straight Side Coca Cola Bottle.

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1900-12CocaCola

1900-12 Ice Blue Straight Side Coca Cola Bottle.

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An original 1900-12 Ice Blue Straight Side Canadian Coca Cola Bottle. These really neat bottles can be found if you look for them, they pre date the Hobble Skirt bottles which arrived in 1918. This one is in great shape, over 100 years old and an actual antique!

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CocaColaAdvertisement

1940's era National Geographic Coca Cola Add.

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CocaColaAdvertisement

1940's era National Geographic Coca Cola Add.

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Here is an original 1952 National Geographic Coca Cola Add featuring a U.S Air Force serviceman having a Coke. Pieces like this add depth and value to any collection. Coca Cola goes with just about anything, but dresses up a fishing tackle collection with style and great memories.

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1914-16CocaCola

1914-16 Light Blue Straight Side Coca Cola Bottle.

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1914-16CocaCola

1914-16 Light Blue Straight Side Coca Cola Bottle.

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1914-16CocaCola

1914-16 Light Blue Straight Side Coca Cola Bottle.

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1914-16CocaCola

1914-16 Light Blue Straight Side Coca Cola Bottle.

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Another original 1914-16 Light Blue Straight Side Canadian Coca Cola Bottle. These great bottles can turn up just about anywhere if you keep an eye open, they pre date the Hobble Skirt bottles which arrived in 1918. This one is in great shape, over 100 years and another great piece of our collection. It looks great in the Creek Chub cabinet.

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Fishing4thePast

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More great Coca Cola items coming soon.