67: 1900 Coca-Cola Serving Tray.
340: Embossed Tin Barbey's Lager Beer Sign.395: Hard Rubber Jordan's Mr. American Hot Dog.
Denver, PA, United States
DoneFeb 9, 2012 3:00 PM UTC

MORPHY AUCTIONS Thurs, Feb 9, 2012 Auction

Morphys Feb. 9-11 auction starts off 2012 with toys, trains, advertising and original-owner collection of superhero comics More than 2,000 lots of antique toys, trains, advertising and rare comics are primed and ready to make their appearance Feb. 9-11 in Morphy Auctions first sale of 2012. All forms of bidding will be available, including live via the Internet, with start times set for 10 a.m. on Thursday and Friday, and 9 a.m. for the Saturday session. The fun begins with 350+ lots of Coca-Cola and other soda pop advertising. Highlights include a 1929 Orange Crush calendar with full pad, est. $700-$1,200; a 1900 Coca-Cola serving tray, $3,000-$4,000; and a complete set of 10 original Coca-Cola advertising pocket mirrors from the years 1906-1916. The set is expected to fetch $1,800-$2,500. Following the soda pop section, there will be 150 general advertising lots, including an Ingraham Hills Liver Ticker reverse-on-glass clock with the image of a pretty girl, $3,000-$4,000; and a small grouping of dye cabinets, including examples for Peerless Dyes and Diamond Dyes, which have a fairy motif. After a very successful initial outing in December at Morphys, part two of an advanced collection of advertising figures will cross the auction block, together with additional consignments of comparable quality. In all, there are approximately 100 lots of figures spanning the timeframe from the 1920s through 1950s. Theres a great variety of products represented, said Morphy Auctions associate Mike Karberg... Please see more on our website.
 
1: Pepsi-Cola Serving Tray.
Sold for $125
Feb 9, 2012
4: 1941 Pepsi-Cola Calendar.
Sold for $250
Feb 9, 2012
12: Pepsi-Cola & Teem Signs.
Sold for $100
Feb 9, 2012
22: Paper Coca-Cola Poster.
Sold for $175
Feb 9, 2012