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(01) USA
1955
(02) USA
1960
(03) USA
1965

  • (01) The FIRST flat-top can of Coca-Cola. It was a, 12oz. in USA and 10oz. in Canada, can introduced in 1955/1959. Because of the red and white diamond pattern, today's collectors have dubbed the can the "Diamond Can".
    Coca-Cola was originally made available in cans for the military in 1955.
  • (02) This is the second flat-top can of Coca Cola introduced some year after. The can has a bottle in the middle of the diamond.
  • (03) This is the third flat-top can of Coca Cola introduced at the end of '60. The new design has not a diamond, but a multi-diamonds look. This is the last diamond design produced. Because of the small red and white diamonds, today's collectors have dubbed the can "Harlequin Can".
(04) USA
1983
(05) USA
1985
(06) USA
1985
  • (04) 1983 GRAND OPENING COCA COLA CAN RITCHFIELD UTAH.
  • (05) This particular can was a test cans that were only given out to Coke executives in order to see whether they were going to go ahead with the idea of canning Coca Cola in plastic cans. They later produced 4 plastic cans. This Clear can was not available during their 2 month testmarket. It is says "Canners Name and address Appear in this place"
  • (06) 1985: In 1985-86' Coca-Cola test marketed these recyclable cans. They included Coke (New Coke), Coca-Cola Classic, Diet Coke and Sprite in the 12 oz. size. The cans had several problems including the inability to support the weight of other cases placed on top of them, warping, cost, etc. Plans for these unusual cans were halted and they never went into regular production.

 
(07) USA -SideA-
1981
(08) USA -SideB-
1981
(09) USA
1980

  • (07) Side A: "Christy & Dave - 26 September 1981". This can was produced in a small amount in 1981 for the wedding of Christy and Dave. Dave was at that time employed at the Coca Cola Company in Denver CO. and his co-workers had this can made up for him and his soon to be wife as a gift on the wedding party. This can has NEVER been for sale in any supermarket. It was only available to guests at the wedding party.
  • (08) Side B: "May you have a long Happy life together" - "Power CocaCola Production Employer" I think only 3 or 4 coke cans collectors have this rare can.
  • (09) 1980: The North Avenue Towers, Atlanta Georgia Jan1980 Commemorative Can.
(10) USA
1979
(11) USA
1995
(12) USA
1994
  • (10) John Ogden was formerly the President of Coke USA. This can was produced for his retirement in 1979. Can features signatures of executives of various bottling operations around the United States.
  • (11) THE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY OF NOTHERN NEW ENGLAND,INC. LONDONDERRY PRODUTION CENTER COUNTOUR TEAM RALLY MAY 4,1994. SPECIAL EMPLOYE CAN! NEVER IN STORES OR MAKETS.
  • (12) 1994: Coke can printed for the employees of the East Hartford Connecticut Plant. "First can production run".
    This can is very limited and hard to find now that the plant is gone.
(13)  USA
1987
(14) USA
1980
(15) USA
1985
  • (13) Wording on front of can is as follows:"From Coca-Cola Bottling Co. To Kent A. Snyder. In Recognition of 30 Years of Dedicated Service. From 6 March 1957 To 31 March 1987. Your knowledge and leadership will be carried on and greatly remembered."
  • (14) Grand Opening Commemorative Can - Needham Operation Coca-Cola Bottling Company of New England, May 1980.
  • (15) This Coke can is a special presentation can for Jack Seymour. Wording on front of can is as follows: “Jack Seymour – In appreciation of the long-standing relationship between Coca-Cola Bottling Company United, Inc. (Chattanooga Division) and American Can Company and the contributions you have made to this relationship.”. Can features signatures of Executives of United Coca-Cola.
 
(16) USA
1985
(17) USA
1996
(18) USA
199?
  • (16)  NEW! - In April 1985, Coca Cola interduced NEW COKE! It was a marketing disaster. The can has the NEW silver label at the top of the can, this label was used for a 6 month period.
  • (16) Coke II - Short Story: In the 1985, Coke made "New Coke" to replace their original formula. Well after many complaints, Coke returned with Coke Classic (minus the Surgar replaced with cheaper Corn Syrup), and the "New Coke" was renamed to Coke II. Everyone started buying the Coke Classic, and as time went on, less and less places carry Coke II.
  • (17)(ENG) This is the infamous 1996 US Contour Can. It was tested in 3 US Cities in 96 but then pulled due to problems with it fitting into vending machines.
    (ITA) Questa è una lattina che l'america ha prodotto come prototipo in 3 città per far assomigliare la lattina alla bottiglia, infatti la lattina da 355ml ha l'alluminio sagomato come la famosa e classica bottiglietta. Poi si sono accorti che a causa della strana forma avevano problemi nei macchinari di produzione e anche nell'inserire le lattine dei distributori automatici. Quindi hanno interrotto subito la produzione.
  • (18) This is the PROTOTYPE of the can above. A rare never been filled Coca Cola can from the original coke "contour can project". This can was not marketed with this graphic, instead coke mass produced a can with a full length pictute of a bottle on the side. There are 2 variants: "always" logo colorer in BLUE and in GREEN.
(19) USA
1992
(20) USA
1994
(21) USA
1999
  • (19) 1992: The first strange Prototype of can with 32 sides. Perhaps a first idea about the contour can. It is my understanding that they were made to reflect more light an be more visible on the shelf + they took a bit less aluminum to produce thus cost less.
  • (20) 1994: As above.
  • (21) You look a Coca Cola can given only to Boeing Employees to commemorate the last 737-400 made out of 1988 planes. The can is from December 9, 1999. The can reads "737-300/-400/-500 Commemorating the Success of 1,988 Delivered Airplanes".
(22) USA
1997
(23) USA
2003
(24) USA
2004
  • (22) This Coke can was produced in 1997 and was distributed to the EMPLOYEES of the Atlanta Coca-Cola Bottling Company.
  • (23) This is a 250ml (8,4oz) coca cola can. The USA Coca Cola Company is trying to get into a new market, the interesting market which is now (2002/03) dominated by Red Bull and other higher priced energy drinks. The Coca Cola logo is tastefully ghosted in red on the red background. Strange design! There are two different versions of this can, one with bottle logo design, and the other with the wave logo design.
  • (24) Second Coca-Cola Classic (8,4oz) slim can. Canned by the Coca-Cola Company, Atlanta Georgia. Have never run into this type, maybe standard in some market somewhere some place, if so let me know. There is a mistery: below the nutrition facts is printed "Series 2, No.5".
(25) USA
1982
(26) USA
1980?
(26) USA - Detail
1980?
  • (25) TEST can CLICKER. 1982 Test market issue from Coca-Cola and the Continental Can Company. This can named the "Clicker" was test marketed along with several other beverages in the same type of container but none were ever released to the public. This particular can is from the test market in Oklahoma City, OK (there are 2 different variations of the label, the Oklahoma can has opening & closing instructions and the second can does not).
  • (26) Canned under authority of the Coca-Cola Company Atlanta, GA.
    By Coca-Cola bottling company of California.
    San Francisco. California 94103.
    FOR EXPORT ONLY.
(27) USA
198?
(27) USA - Detail
198?
(28) USA
1981
  • (27) During Passover, people who follow the Ashkenazi Jewish tradition are forbidden from consuming products containing certain grains, including corn.
    Therefore, the Coca-Cola Bottling Company produces a limited amount of Coca-Cola Classic sweetened with sugar, which is sold in grocery stores in areas with larger Jewish populations.
    You can identify Kosher Coca-Cola by looking for the seal of the Chicago Rabbinical Council on the can: K .
  • (28) 1981, 6th Annual Convention Wendy's.
   
(29) USA
2001
(30) USA
1994
 
(31) USA
1995
 
  • (29) 2001 Promotional "Pop The Top" Coca Cola Can from the FMI.
    This is a very special "POP THE TOP" CAN created as a promotion
    for the FMI 2001 convention (Food Marketing Institute) held in Chicago, IL.
    It comes in tube and has original documentation. Also there is a false top with the promo disc hidden within "Welcomes you to the FMI 2001" show.
  • (30) Diet Coke. Jacksonville jazz festival.
  • (31) Diet Coke. Jacksonville jazz festival.
     
(32) USA
1988
(33) USA
1989
(34) USA
1990
  • (32) 213th birthday of the United States MARINE CORPS.
  • (33) 214th birthday of the United States MARINE CORPS.
  • (34) 215th birthday of the United States NAVY.
(35) USA
2015
(36) USA
(37) USA
1976/1977
  • (35) Taylor swift share a coke diet coke can. It was only given out at Taylor's stop on Atlanta during her current "The 1989 World Tour".
  • (36)
  • (37) CocaCola 75th Anniversary. 1976/1982: produced in the followin states:
    - Columbus, Georgia (1976)
    - Mobile, Alabama (1977)
    - Baltimore, Maryland (1980)
    - Bellevue, Washington (1981)
    - Daytona Beach, Florida (1977)
    - Dallas, Texas (1977)
    - Louisville, Kentucky (1976)

(C01) CANADA
1983
(C02) CANADA
1985
(C03) CANADA
1992
  • (C01) 1983: XV World Jamboree Mondial, Alberta Canada. "Saluting the 1983 World Scout Jamboree".
  • (C02) 1985: 6th Canadian Jamboree, Guelph Ontario. "Saluting the 1985 Canadian Scout Jamboree". (Coin Can)
  • (C03) 1992: An aluminum coca cola can from canada with the coca cola dinamic wave embossed in the sides of it. It is embossed 12 times all around the can. These cans were produced for the canadian market in the early 90's, size is 355ml.
(C04) CANADA
1995
(C05) CANADA
1978 - SideA
(C06) CANADA
1978 - SideB
  • (C04) "Congratulations to Beverage Industry's EXECUTIVE OF THE YEAR 1995". Coke can dedicated to William P. Casey. This is a very nice Coke can from Canada. This rare can was never sold to public, It was made to conmemorate the Special Prize that the coca Cola CEO won that year and only gave to the employes who attended the Celebration.
  • (C05) Old 10oz Coke can. It is from the original Star Wars era. It has both English and French writing on it. There is a picture of C3po in the bottom (inside the can).
  • (C06) Other side.
 
(C07) CANADA
1958
(C08) CANADA
1960
(C12) CANADA
1965
 
  • (C07) Diamond can (10oz)
  • (C08) Diamond can (12oz)
  • (C09) Harlequin diamonds can (10oz)

   
(C10) CANADA
1991
(C08) CANADA
1960
  (C12) CANADA
1990
  • (C10) Magic of Spring 1991 - 59th annual apple blossom festival annapolis valley
  • (C11) Magic of Spring 1992 - 60th annual apple blossom festival annapolis valley
  • (C12) 1990: Moncton 100th anniversary

 

(C13) CANADA
1990's
(C14)
(C15)
  • (C13) Refresh our Marketplace Coca-Cola Ltd. This can was made in the late 90's as a promotion for Coke employees. These cans were never sold in stores. It was printed at our Canadian plant where we check it for ink adhesion and overall design before forwarding to Coke for final approval.
  • (C14)
  • (C15)

 

 


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