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|Description||"Drink Coca-Cola 5¢", an 1890s advertising poster showing a woman in fancy clothes (partially vaguely influenced by 16th- and 17th-century styles) drinking Coke. The card on the table says "Home Office, The Coca-Cola Co. Atlanta Ga. Branches: Chicago, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, Dallas". Notice the cross-shaped color registration marks near the bottom center and top center (which presumably would have been removed for a production print run). Someone has crudely written on it at lower left (with an apparent leaking fountain pen) "Our Faovrite" [sic].|
|Source||This has been edited from the image http://memory.loc.gov/master/pnp/cph/3g10000/3g12000/3g12200/3g12222u.tif on the Library of Congress website.|
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Bibliographic information found on the LoC site:
TITLE: Drink Coca-Cola 5 cents
CALL NUMBER: PGA - Coca-Cola--Drink Coca-Cola (B size) [P&P]
REPRODUCTION NUMBER: LC-USZC4-12222 (color film copy transparency) LC-USZ62-39705 (b&w film copy neg.) No known restrictions on publication.
SUMMARY: Print shows a well dressed young woman, wearing hat, white gloves, and pearls, holding up a glass of Coca-Cola, seated at a table on which is a vase of roses, the "Drink Coca-Cola" sign, and a paper giving the location of the "Home Office [of the] Coca-Cola Co." as well as branch locations.
MEDIUM: 1 print : chromolithograph.
NOTES: Title from item. No. 8881. Possibly a proof showing registration marks at top and bottom.
- Coca-Cola Company--Public relations.
- Women--Social life--1890-1900.
- Eating & drinking--1890-1900.
- Carbonated beverages--1890-1900.
FORMAT: Advertisements 1890-1900. Chromolithographs Color 1890-1900.
REPOSITORY: Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA
DIGITAL ID: (digital file from color film copy transparency) cph 3g12222 http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/cph.3g12222 (digital file from b&w film copy neg.) cph 3a40046 http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/cph.3a40046
CARD #: 2004671509
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