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Attn: Attach these pictures on the backside of the page which is adjacent to the relevant page. Prominent electronics & information technology brands Prominent toffee & confectionary brands
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Prominent camera brands
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Pepsi’s new logo The drugstore of Caleb Bradham, inventor of Pepsi, as portrayed in the "Bern New Bern" exhibition in the Historical Museum Bern. The original stylized Pepsi-Cola logo
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The second stylized Pepsi-Cola logo Pepsi’s 12 oz bottle of 1936
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1940’s advertisement specifically targeting African Americans, A young Ron Brown is the boy reaching for a bottle.
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Logo of Frito-Lay Logo of Tropicana Logo of Pepsi
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Logo of Coca-Cola Coca-Cola vending machine Coca-Cola being bottled
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A corner store in Goa , ,India where the Coca-Cola signs advertise 200 ml bottles of coke at five Indian rupees.
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Coca-Cola founders Asa G. Candler and Dr. John S. Pemberton are seen together at Asa G. Candler & Co. pharmacy, 47 Peachtree St., Atlanta in the only extant albumen photograph from 1888. Also shown is the biography of Candler written by his son, Charles Howard Candler. An Old German Coca-Cola bottle opener
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Believed to be the first coupon ever, this ticket for a free glass of Coca-Cola was first distributed in 1888 to help promote the drink. By 1913, the company had redeemed 8.5 million tickets. This Coca-Cola advertisement from 1943 is still displayed in the small city of Minden , Louisiana .
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Original framed Coca-Cola artist's drawn graphic presented by The Coca-Cola Company on July 12, 1944 to Charles Howard Candler on the occasion of Coca-Cola's "1 Billionth Gallon of Coca- Cola Syrup." Legended to be the first installation anywhere of the 1948 model "Boat Motor" styled Coca-Cola soda dispenser, Fleeman's Pharmacy, Atlanta, Georgia. The "Boat Motor" soda dispenser was introduced in the late 1930's and manufactured till the late 1950's. {Photograph circa 1948}
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New Coke can
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Pepsi Vs Coca-Cola
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Vs Vs
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Vs Vs
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