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    Dr. Enuf’s origins date back to 1949, when a Chicago businessman named William Mark Swartz was urged by coworkers to formulate a soft drink fortified with vitamins as an alternative to sugar sodas full of empty calories. He developed an "energy booster" drink containing B vitamins, caffeine and cane sugar. After placing a notice in a trade magazine seeking a bottler, he formed a partnership with Charles Gordon of Tri-Cities Beverage to produce and distribute the soda.

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Early Dr. Enuf sign. Regional soda made in Johnson City, TN.

La Casera is a traditional Spanish brand of soda. It is one of the most popular soft drinks in Spain. It is a sweet fizzy drink known in Spanish-speaking countries as gaseosa. It can be served as a regular soda, although it is also customary to mix it with wine, receiving the name of "Tinto de Verano", or beer, being called a Clara or Rubia. La Casera is also used to prepare the typical sangria.

Ting. Grapefruit soda from Jamaica. Sigh.

Vintage Dr Pepper machine - I always liked seeing them next to the red Coke machines!

Pepsi-Cola Vintage Door Push (Old Antique Pull Push Handle Soda Pop Beverage Advertising Sign, Pepsi)

This is a Vintage / Antique " Coca-Cola " Wooden Barrel form Soda Fountain Dispenser . It's features include Three ( 3 ) spigot " Multiplex " Dispenser Heads ( one assigned " Coca-Cola & one assigned " Root Beer " . the third is not assigned ), Oak Stave Keg Barrel in Coca Cola Red finish & trimmed in Chrome Plated Bands , Two metal " Coca-Cola " signs attached to the Barrel , Three cast metal " Paw " feet and a separate cooling unit with thermostat . This is an ICONIC piece of Americana !

c.1915 leaded glass light 11 ½" on marble dispenser base A beautiful piece which is extremely rare and this is a fine example. Very difficult to find. This globe was made in two versions, standing or hanging. This one is a beauty