Chattanooga World's First Bottler of Coca-Cola bottle

Chattanooga was home to the first authorized Coca-Cola bottler established in 1899.  This 8oz glass bottle design featured a vintage delivery truck loaded with crates of Coke bottles.  Red sign on the truck reads Every Bottle Coca-Cola Sterilized. The white text on the neck reads Chattanooga World's First Bottler of Coca-Cola. No UPC.


24th Annual Coca-Cola Collectors Club Convention bottle

The Coca-Cola Collectors Club held its 24th annual convention at the Radission Hotel in Minneapolis, Minnesota from July 22-25, 1995.  The theme of the convention was "Have a Float with Coke."  The round graphic on the 8oz convention bottle showed a Coke bottle and a glass of ice cream coke float on a sailboat in a lake with the caption "Real Cool" No UPC.


June Birthstone Bottle

This is June Pearl - one of the 12 birthstone bottles available at the Coca-Cola Store. The color of the unfilled bottle matches the color of the birthstone of the same month.

Hyatt on Peachtree Street 30 Years bottle

Hyatt Regency Atlanta celebrated its 30th anniversary in 1997.  The Coca-Cola Company released a commemorative 8oz glass bottle for the occasion.  The design includes the white on blue Hyatt Regency Atlanta logo on the left and the 30 Years on Peach Street 1967 1997 graphic in red white and blue.  No UPC.  In July 1994, Hyatt Regency was the convention site for The Coca-Cola Collectors Club.



21st Annual Coca-Cola Collectors Club Convention bottle

The Coca-Cola Collectors Club held its 21st annual convention at the Hyatt Regency Crown Center in Kansas City, Missouri from July 19-22, 1995.  The convention bottle was an 8oz glass bottle featuring the green and red vintage fountain service sign used by The Coca-Cola Company in the 1930s.  To the left of the fountain service sign is the text The Coca-Cola Collectors Club 1995 Kansas City "The City of Fountains" in red.  On the neck of the bottle in white text reads The Coca-Cola Collectors Club.  UPC code 491820.




May Birthstone Bottle

This is May Emerald - one of the 12 birthstone bottles available at the Coca-Cola Store. The color of the unfilled bottle matches the color of the birthstone of the same month.

19th Annual Coca-Cola Collectors Club Convention bottle

The Coca-Cola Collectors Club held its 19th annual convention at the Hyatt Regency in Dearborn, Michigan from July 28-31, 1993. The convention bottle was an 8oz glass bottle featuring the 1950 Drive Refreshed advertisement created by Gil Elvgren. The design features a woman driving a yellow 2-door convertible with the silhouette girl in the background.  A red Coca-Cola disc is shown in the lower left corner. No UPC.