8 Vintage Coca-Cola Products You Can Buy On Amazon For Less Than $20

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The Coca-Cola company has some of the most nostalgia-inducing products out there, as you can tell what year it was from just by the appearance. Many people these days love to keep their vintage Coca-Cola items just to take back out at some point down the road and enjoy the memories that came with it. Would you be surprised to know you can purchase those same products on Amazon today?

Yes, many of the Coca-Cola products you know and love are available for $20 or less on Amazon. Whether you kept them around or not, you may want to consider bringing them back! Didn’t you hear that vintage is in? Here are 8 vintage Coca-Cola products that you can purchase right now on Amazon for less than $20!

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1. 1916 Bar Sign

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This sign originates back to 1916 and says “ice cold Coca-Cola sold here” on the front, with a glass bottle of Coke. The item includes pre-drilled holes for easy hanging for whoever purchases! It’s going for about $9.

2. Tin Napkin Holder

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This absolutely adorable item is a napkin holder to keep napkins in place by way of a plastic Coke bottle in the middle. This one is actually sold by The Tin Box Company, but it sure is an adorable Coca-Cola keepsake! It’s going for just $8.

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3. Bottle Cap Decor

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These vintage bottle caps are perfect for bottle cap collectors who want to make use of an oldie but a goodie. These bottle caps are recycled to be placed on the wall as a means of hanging signs or anything that simply needs a hook! They’re going for $19.

4. Coke Bottle Evolution Chart

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For anyone who is interested in a little Coca-Cola history, this might be the perfect item for you! It features the evolution of the glass Coke bottle, which starts in 1899! It’s going for about $14.

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