These old magazine ads feature a variety of people enjoying Coca-Cola in bottles and small glasses. The earliest one has a 1937 magazine date and the latest on has a 1943 copyright. The red cooler and the soda fountain dispenser are in a few of the ads as are other iconic Coca-Cola images. Some have young women enjoying the soda and others reference the War. The reverse side of each page has a different ad including some for travel (Greyhound) and several for wartime aircraft with names such as Lockheed, Nash and Kelvinator. “Tabs” from the spine edge of the publication have been left on a few pages to show the date and I think these might all be ads from National Geographics.
They measure about 6 7/8” by 10” and they vary a little in condition but they all have edge and corner wear, creases and soiling and a few have tears, the worst is the 1937 one.
Priced and sold as the group of ten.
The pictures are not shown at actual size. Please refer to the description for actual measurements.
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Vintage Coca-Cola Magazine Ads - Group of 10, 1940’s