The Best of the Best. This item comes from an Estate out of Napa County , bought about 10 years ago.
The Family was from Georgia where the father worked in the Coca Cola Company. They had this tray stored away for years. It is not a reproduction you often see.
If you are looking for the best , museum quality, superb example of a coca cola tray this is one to consider; you wont be disappointed. Vintage Original Coca-Cola metal serving tray dated 1942.
Manufactured by The American Art Works, Inc. Measures approximately 13 X 11. Paint still has bright colors , there are no dings, scratches, or discolorations.Look at pictures, condition near perfect with only very minor wear. Coca-Cola Tray The Two Girls at Car 1942. This Coca-Cola soda tray is known as the The Two Girls at Car version produced in 1942. The tray artwork portrays two young women at a convertible car each holding a Coca-Cola bottle. This tray version features the message Drink Coca-Cola one of the well-known Coca-Cola slogans. The words Trade Mark Reg. The Two Girls at Car version was produced by American Artworks and it was the last tin soda tray issued in the 1940s by Coca-Cola. Coca-Cola is the leader of all the old-time soda advertisers. Rare memorabilia from popular brands such as Coca-Cola can generate the most value but overall the worth of the soda relics depend on condition, the brand and how unique it is. Coca-Cola originated in 1886 when a pharmacist Dr. Pemberton, from Atlanta, Georgia developed a unique beverage formula. It was originally considered a medicinal tonic that he called French Wine of Coca.
He did not add alcohol like other elixirs at that time. Instead, he created a dark brown syrupy drink. He took his drink to Jacobs Pharmacy which was a successful business for that time. He persuaded the owner to offer this new tasting soft drink to customers.
The beverage became very popular and was a hit at soda fountains. Robinson, is credited with naming the beverage CocaCola, thinking that the two Cs would look well in advertising. The first print advertising for Coca-Cola was included in the Atlanta Journal. The ad described the beverage as Delicious, Refreshing, Invigorating.The very earliest forms of advertising Coca-Cola were drink tickets, horse-drawn wagons with advertising signs and newspaper ads. The item "Coca-Cola Tray The Two Girls at Car 1942 MINT Original LOOK AT THIS" is in sale since Monday, October 2, 2017. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Advertising\Soda\Coca-Cola\Trays". The seller is "steviewonder2002" and is located in Santa Rosa, California.
This item can be shipped worldwide.