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Unformatted text preview: bottle, and were soon made by machine in 1910. The straight-sided bottle had a script on the bottle that varied in all different locations. The Coke design was placed everywhere: from the base of the bottle, to the center, to the top of the bottle. Also the script was written horizontally and vertically depending. By 1916, Coke wanted a prototype bottle. After 8 entries from different companies, Coke selected Earl Dean’s contour bottle had won. Within a couple of years, Dean’s contour bottle had become the standard for Coca-Cola. The bottle was made of glass with a green-tint color. The body of the bottle started off skinny at the top to drink out of, widened a little for the center, curved in a bit, and soon widened out to the base of the bottle being about 2 inches in diameter. The bottle is about 8 inches in height. This would become the patent of Coke glass bottles and is still used today....
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2008 for the course ANTHROPOLO 1061 taught by Professor Orr during the Fall '07 term at Temple.
- Fall '07