When you visit the World of Coca-Cola you may notice an odd looking contraption in the Logo section of the Milestones of Refreshment Gallery. This device is an electric toaster or sandwich press from around 1930. They are fairly valuable collectibles and in excellent condition can be worth more than $ 1,000.
After the sandwich has been prepared, it is placed in the press which toasted the Coca-Cola script logo onto the bread.
The only problem is the logo is incorrect - the word "Coca" and "Cola" are separated and there is no hyphen.
I would love to see one of the chefs with the Cooking with Coke Series at the World of Coke use it in one of their demonstrations.
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