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Collectibles For The Coca-Cola Enthusiast

by Daniel Wright

There are many hobbies that interest people, and one of the most popular is collecting. People can collect anything. They usually choose something that holds a special significance for them. Maybe they collect stamps because it reminds them of the special grandpa that did the same. Maybe cigar boxes are chosen because a favorite uncle always smelled of cigar smoke. Anything can be called a collectible as long as it means something to the person and they enjoy their hobby.

Collectibles includes a wide variety of objects. People don't just collect stamps and coins; they also collect jewelry, cars, rare wines, cigar boxes, and more. Others collect music memorabilia, instruments, records and more. Even pictures, sculptures, champagnes and pens can be grouped together to form interesting collections.

Coca-cola has achieved what most businesses can only dream about: a global consumer base. Coke is known the world over and is the chosen beverage in countries across the world. Mention the name and almost everywhere you go will not only known what you are talking about, the most likely will be able to offer you one!

Coca-cola collectibles are very popular. There are genuine vintage items as well as some excellent antique-look reproductions. These collectibles, in general, are easy to locate at numerous shows and sales. Some of the rarer items are harder to find and are expensive, but for most collectors, what is readily available is more than enough to satisfy their needs.

The Coca Cola history can be dated back to the late nineteenth century when a businessman, John Pemberton, played with the idea of selling soda by the name of Coca Cola. The official logo is still present in the international business arena today. Coca Cola collectors are still finding old Coca Cola openers too.

Collectibles can be a fun hobby, especially if you can find examples that not only capture historical elements, but also make your collection more attractive and artistic. Indeed, some collectibles are considered works of art, shown in galleries for public exhibitions. Coca-cola and Pepsi are two companies whose collectibles benefit from a long, interesting history that is well-known by the American public. A large selection of memorabilia is available-not only cans and bottles, but advertisements and cap removers. features thousands of soda pop collectibles. Browse hundreds of Coca-Cola store items, vintagePepsi merchandise, and soda pop memorabilia of every size, shape, and type. Also, check out our soda pop videos--collections, classic ads, and more!

Published February 22nd, 2008

Filed in Antiques, Hobby

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