The machine is within the museum. Even by asking nicely I wasn't able to go to the machine. But the clerk sold me a squashed penny for 51¢. 7/2/13 The Coca-Cola machine is in working order, you have to pay the museum fee to get to it, there is also another penny smasher machine in the beginning of the museum, it has one design a cannon with the inscription 150th Anniversary Civil War and Vicksburg, Mississippi on the back. Biedenharn Candy Company Coca Cola Museum 1107 Washington St Vicksburg, MS , 39183
Coca Cola Bottling Company Check 1950's - Piqua, Ohio Coca Cola Bottling Company Check 1950's - Piqua, Ohio coccolbotcom2 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION Beautifully engraved EARLY check from the Coca Cola Bottling Company of Piqua, Ohio issued in the 1950's. This historic document and has a border around it with a vignette of a Coca - Cola Bottle and the Coca Cola logo. This also had the new promotional phrase "Drink Coca Cola" printed on the check. This item is hand signed by F. Lange and is over 48 years old.
Coca Cola Company - RARE Specimen Proof Coca Cola Company - RARE Specimen Proof newitem336330438drb PRODUCT DESCRIPTION Beautifully engraved specimen proof certificate from the Coca-Cola Company . This historic document was printed by the American Bank Note Company and has an ornate border around it with a vignette of an allegorical woman leaning back and holding a closed book. This certificate was a proof made before the final printing. This is the first proof certificate we have had for sale from the
Coca Cola Bottling Company Check 1940's - Piqua, Ohio - Nice Coke Bottle Vignette Coca Cola Bottling Company Check 1940's - Piqua, Ohio - Nice Coke Bottle Vignette Coca Cola Bottling Company Check 1940's - Piqua, Ohio - Nice Coke Bottle Vignette coccolbotcom1 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION Beautifully engraved EARLY check from the Coca Cola Bottling Company of Piqua, Ohio issued in the 1940's. This historic document and has green border around it with a vignette of a hand holding a bottle of Coke. It shows signs of
COCA COLA FIRST BOTTLING 12 IN METAL TRAY COCA COLA FIRST BOTTLING 12 IN METAL TRAY Other designs available. Measures 12 inches in diameter. Features the Coca Cola logo and an image of Joseph Biedenharn, the first bottler of Coca Cola. Good condition. Scratches on rim and minor rusting.
Coca-Cola 65 Years 1886-1851 Print ADVERTISING PRINT, a nice reprint Coca-Cola advertisement. It reads '1886-1951 Drink Coca-Cola Through 65 Years. Invitiing you to the pause that refreshes with ice-cold Coca-Cola." It measures 11 inches across by 14 inches tall. In 1894, a Mississippi businessman named Joseph Biedenharn became the first to put Coca-Cola in bottles.
Signs - Coca Cola - Ice Cold Coca Cola In Bottles Sold Here Tin Sign Vintage Coke Tin Sign. A true Coca Cola collectible, this Coke sign will bring back the memories of Coke history. In 1894, the growing demand for Coca Cola grew larger and Joseph Biedenharn installed bottling machinery in the soda fountain, becoming the first to put Coca Cola in bottles. Five years later, the businessmen secured exlucsive rights to bottle and sell Coke. Ice Cold Coca Cola In Bottles Sold Here Tin Sign
Biedenharn Coca-Cola Bottle A 85th anniversary bottle of Joseph A. Biedenharn of Vicksburg, Miss. who first bottled Coca-Cola. The bottle has a green tint to the glass and is embossed "Coca-Cola 1894-1979" on the backside. On the front is embossed "Registered, Biedenharn Candy Co., Vicksburg, Miss". An excellent example representing Coca-Cola's history for a very reasonable investment. Limited quantity available. ckbied