Playboy Magazine front cover - By iconic Coca-Cola artist, Haddon Sundblom

Haddon Sundblom was most famous for his Coca-Cola ads featuring Santa Claus. Here’s a painting by him that was used for the December 1972 issue of Playboy

Absinthe entering into prohibition. Death of the "Green Fairy"

Poster critical of the ban on absinthe in Switzerland by Albert Gantner, 1910

Schweppes Mineral Water

famous bottlestands of the victorian aerea 1837 - 1901

Early German advert for Fanta

A German ad for Fanta. Fanta was developed by the German branch of Coca-Coal in 1941 to overcome the wartime lack of Coca-Coal syrup.

American prohibition advert for the iconic "Tommy Gun"

Thompson (December - United States Army officer, inventor of the Thompson Machine Gun (tommy gun). Born in Newport, died in Great Neck, New York.

Caricature of the states of Maine and Georgia during American prohibition

Puck Illustration showing Georgia and Maine ignoring prohibition by hiding alcohol in Orange Phosphate (early soda) and Cold Tea

Recruitment poster for ice harvesters, Boston, US.

Help in the harvest ice is needed to save food for the starving people of the world / / [sponsored by] United States Food Administration ; National Association of Ice Industries.

Advert for Stoughton's Bitters

Engraving "Genuine Stoughton Bitters", Lymans Savage + Co. - c/o McCord Museum

In the memory of Tom King - Late proprietor of the infamous 'Tom King's Coffee House', London.

In the memory of Tom King - Late proprietor of the infamous 'Tom King's Coffee House', London.

Coca-Cola, Hilda Clark model

Recently we had posted article about vintage Pepsi Cola advertising. Most of us are well aware about the Cola War. So we thought it would be a great idea to share some of vintage Coca Cola ads also…

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