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Great blog. Thanks for the interesting article. Will send others your way.
does anyone know the artist for the work that is the back drop when the coke executives are being interviewed in the CNBC documentary :The Real Story Behind the Real Thing
I got an important message and I would like to know more about it please…
good site! thanks
I have a art poster with “NEW COKE” as the centerpiece. It was given to all attendees at the launching of New Coke at Radio City Music Hall on May 5, 1985. Do you know anything about it?
I have three 10 x 12inch metal advertising illustrations for Coca Cola.They are of farmers boy’victorian lady and 1930s dressed lady all drinking coke.Can u tell me anything about them or tell me if they are worth anything? Thankyou
Does anyone know the value of a 1985 World Premier Coca-Cola
The art work I have viewed sparked within me, Lighting a fire for more…Bravo x
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