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Coca-Cola 1931 Confederate Advertising Currency
Why add the Coca-Cola 1931 Confederate Advertising Currency to your collection?
This Coca-Cola 1931 Confederate Advertising Currency would be a stunning choice to add to your Coca-Cola Advertising or Ephemera Collection, Americana Collection, Depression Script or Currency Collection in VG condition.
- Coca-Cola is one of the world's most iconic brands; it has been a cultural powerhouse since 1886.
- Coca-Cola Memorabilia is a perennial favorite of a wide range of collectors.
- This note comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.
- This was a souvenir of the United Confederate Veterans (U.C.V.) reunion that was held on June 2-5, 1931 in Montgomery, AL.
Coca-Cola Souvenir Currency
Obverse: The obverse of the note is a reproduction of the obverse of a Confederate States of America $100 bill.
Reverse: The reverse is printed in red ink has an image of the iconic curved Coca-Cola bottle and script logo. Inscriptions include: "Souvenir of the U.C.V. Reunion, Montgomery, Ala. June 2nd to 5th, 1931" "Delicious - Refreshing" "Call for it by full name" and "Accept No Imitations."
Very Good Condition Note
Examples of this note are not found in VG condition or better often. The note itself will come with a Certificate of Authenticity. This item has not been numismatically graded.
Add this Coca-Cola 1931 Confederate Advertising Currency from Collectors Limited today, while supplies last.
|Grade||"Good - Very Good"|
|Dimensions||7” x 4”|
|Weight (Approx)||1 oz|
|Vintage Condition||Good - VG|