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  • Coca-Cola and nudity?

    Check out this image of a topless woman on a Coca-Cola belt buckle. I am not sure what year this was but it gives a sense of goodness to nudity.

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    Check out this image of a topless woman on a Coca-Cola belt buckle. I am not sure what year this was but it gives a sense of goodness to nudity.

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    • #3
      This article says it is a fake from the 60s/70s:
      http://tinyurl.com/ar2g3

      Interesting to get other opinions. Here's other similar pics:
      http://tinyurl.com/b2ypj

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      • #4
        wow - looks pretty old. what a find. thanks for sharing.

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        • #5
          Being that antiques are a huge 'investment' these days, there have been many 'reproductions' that are getting a lot of attention of 'real' antique dealers.

          As an example, oak furniture are made to look like antiques, but are actually newly made. I have seen a lot of "The Traveling Road Show", and they are very good at spotting fakes. They can even tell if the antique has been repaired or even revised.

          Thanks for the information, but the buckle did look nice, even though it is fake.

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          • #6
            Here is a real one made by Coca-Cola. Found in the Coca-Cola Collectibles Price Guide. See attached:

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            • #7
              Wow, for that price, I think I'll purchase two of them.

              Thanks for the photo.

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              • #8
                I wonder if Coca-Cola got any bad publicity for having a topless woman in their ad back then?

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