Today I want to tell you a bit about
This post is about the wall mirrors, often called “pub mirrors.”
Question: I have a large mirror with a really old Coke picture on it. How much is it worth?
Answer: Here’s the surprise: Though there are many pub mirrors on the
The pub mirrors you see today largely are from the 1970s or 1980s. Some of the mirrors were created by authorized ad specialty companies or licensees to evoke a nostalgic feeling, but some of the mirrors are outright fakes, trying to capitalize on the popularity of
Many of the mirrors feature archival images, but they do not date back to our early days. Most also have wood frames, and the wood often can look quite aged. But the mirrors aren’t very old for Coke items!
One of the most popular mirrors is from 1977 and features portraits of two men (creator of
That price is not typical for the other mirrors, though. Most
I hope you’ll check back for more information on Coke collectibles, and for a later “Lessons Learned” post about pocket mirrors.
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