1944 Advertisement - Coca-Cola - Union Carbide
for item Ad135
This is an advertisement from August, 1944, for Coca-Cola Company. "Have a Coke = How are things goiní? . . . or being friendly in Newfoundland." This is a nice war-time advertisement.
The reverse side features advertising for Union Carbide and Carbon Corporation. The ad shows a bridge being prepared for painting by scrubbing the steel with a brush of flames. The process made the paint go farther and last longer.
The page measures 6 7/8" x 10". It is in good condition and ready for matting and framing. The Coca-Cola side is the back side cover. There is some wear to the outer edges. There are also a couple of light fractures on the lower portion of the page. The page could also be laminated so both sides can be enjoyed.
This is a real "find." Most of the old Coke ads have been already removed from the National Geographics that are found today!
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