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  • Javier Aguilar

    Coca Cola's bottle evolution. Evolución de la botella de #CocaCola

  • Bobbye Hudspeth

    It's the real thing (Pepsi is a poser)

  • Jordan

    15 Historical photos - some are pretty cool

  • Angkut Roongsaengjan

    Really rare photos

  • Natalia Medina

    everythingsuchas: no-aesthetic: super-million-hair: thatpoorposhkiddd: cosimace: franklyfashion: mokegirl: captainlongjon: lenassymphony: because I love coca cola bottles. (via conflictingheart) i love the 1899 and 1915 :3 omg 1899 Did you know the coke bottle design competition was won by a guy inspired by the shape of the cacao seed pod .. Thus the shape of the bottle ;)

  • Jewel Butler

    History of changes of the Coca Cola bottle,, love the old bottles

  • Lanore Brudnicki

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