Issue #20 (October 2013):

• Uncovering info about Navajo Coca-Cola Bottling Works, 1926-1931

• Two little known stories about Asa Candler

• This collector holds the Malta record for most Coke bottles

• A new Coke bottle - made of ice?

• You're Asking How Much? We take a look at outrageous asking prices

• 2013 releases you may have missed...

• Doug McCoy reviews 'How About a Coke?'

• Coca-Cola in Toronto: A pictoral look from 1930s-1950s

• Coke signs that went for big bucks

• Letter responds to Schmidt Museum School Zone girl sign

• Coca-Cola no longer the World's No. 1 brand

• Show & Tell, eBay auctions that grabbed our attention, flea market finds... and so much more!

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