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This Root glass bottle was given to shareholders at the Annual Meeting on April 16, 1986 for The Coca-Cola Company's 100th Anniversary. The bottle is a reproduction of the prototype contour-shaped bottle designed by the Root Glass Company of Terre Haute, Indiana. The original sketch of the bottle was patented on November 16,1915.
- Material: glass
- Measures approx.: Bottle: 7.5"x3" round - Gift Box: 10.5"x4.5"x3.25"
Additional information about the Archives: In 1939, The Coca-Cola Archives was established from a collection of advertising pieces featuring the Coca-Cola trademark in existence at the time. There was interest in creating a Coca-Cola museum after the company's 50th anniversary in 1936, but the idea did not immediately come to fruition. The first World of Coca-Cola was opened in 1990 at the Underground Atlanta. The current World of Coca-Cola, in Centennial Park was opened in 2007. All of the items available on this site were originally held in The Coca-Cola Company Archives and we hope you enjoy having a piece of history from our Archives in your home.
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SKU northyards-20098 UPC 410001175292