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The Coca-Cola Price Guide
Continuously updated information that today’s collector or dealer can’t afford to be without. Current estimated market values on thousands of common and rare Coca-Cola items. Now you can have the timely information you need — delivered digitally right to your desktop, laptop, cell phone or tablet— anywhere you have connectivity.
— Over 4,000 vintage items in 132 categories
— Items shown from date from 1886 to 1969
— Many never before seen in a Coca-Cola price guide
— Date, rarity, and manufacturer of each item shown
— Size, material, and values of each item shown
— Each item has a value in three different conditions
— Nearly 12,000 values
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About the author
Blaine Martin first began collecting Coca-Cola memorabilia in 1976 as a child in Rockville, Indiana. After graduating from college in 1982 with a degree in Commercial Art and Design he became increasingly interested in the history of Coca-Cola and its advertising items. He was lucky enough in those early years to become friends with many of the older early collectors who founded this great hobby. Over time, Blaine has become recognized as an authority in the history and collecting of Coca-Cola memorabilia. He has contributed to numerous books, magazines and newspapers, and has consulted with film producers, museums and historic foundations. He communicates daily with collectors and is the author of this website.