If anyone watched Jeopardy! last week, you may have noticed that
"Registered in 1893, this product's trademark is written in the Spencerian script of bookkeeper Frank Robinson."
Believe it or not, none of the contestants got the answer, which was
By the way, just above you can see Frank M. Robinson's business card, written in his own script. Can you tell that this is the same handwriting of the famous Coke trademark?
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