Coca-Cola Glasses
Listed below are soda glasses used by the Coca-Cola Company from 1904 - present. This is not a complete list,
but contains some of the most popular glasses found today.

 

Year

Description and Value

1900-1904

Straight sided glass with broken Syrup Line. Produced by the Federal Glass Co. The bottom of the glass had the Federal Shield but no letter in the middle of it.



Listed in Petretti's 12th Edition Coca-Cola Collectibles on page 364

 

Value - $1,500.00  ( sold on ebay 09-12-11 )

1900-1904

Straight sided glass with thin solid un-broken Syrup Line. Produced by the Libbey Glass Co. 



Listed in Petretti's 12th Edition Coca-Cola Collectibles on page 364

 

Value - $1,300.00

1904

Flare Glass with Syrup Line. Produced by the Federal Glass Co. The bottom of the glass had the Federal Shield but no letter in the middle of it.



Listed in Petretti's 12th Edition Coca-Cola Collectibles Price Guide on page 366

 

Value - $400.00 - $500.00

1912-1913

Small 5 Cents Flare Glass - This flare sided glass with syrup line reads "Drink Coca-Cola" etched in glass.  There is a small 5 under the words Coca-Cola.


Listed in Petretti's 12th Edition Coca-Cola Collectibles Price Guide on page 364

 

Value - $1,100.00

1913

Large 5 Cents Flare Glass - This flare sided glass with syrup line that reads "Drink Coca-Cola" etched in glass.  There is a large 5 that circles the words Coca- Cola.

Listed in Petretti's 12th Edition Coca-Cola Collectibles Price Guide on page 364

Value - $900.00

1914-1918


Drink Flare with Syrup Line - This is the original flare sided syrup line glass and there are many variations of it.  The main thing is it was made by the Federal Glass Co. and the shield on the bottom of the glass has no letter F in the middle of it. The reproduction glass that was released in the 70's has the F.

Listed in Petretti's 12th Edition Coca-Cola Collectibles Price Guide on page 365

Value - $500.00

 

1915

Bottler's Coca-Cola - This flare sided glass  reads "Moriarty and Meil Bottler's Coca-Cola" etched in glass.  

Listed in Petretti's 12th Edition Coca-Cola Collectibles Price Guide on page 364

Value - $850.00

1916

Bottle Flare Sided glass - This flare sided glass  reads "Bottle" on top of Coca-Cola.   The bottom of the glass appears to have the Federal Glass Co. shield.

Listed in Petretti's 12th Edition Coca-Cola Collectibles Price Guide on page 365

Value - $800.00

1923-1925

 

Modified Flare Glass - This flare sided glass has no No Trademark on Tail of "C"

 

Listed in Petretti's 12th Edition Coca-Cola Collectibles Price Guide on page 366

Value - $125.00

1927


Modified Flare Glass
- This flare sided glass has the Trademark on the Tail of "C".
 

Listed in Petretti's 12th Edition Coca-Cola Collectibles Price Guide on page 366


Value - $125.00
 

1929-40

Bell Shaped Glass  - This bell shaped glass has the Trademark in the tail of the letter "C". 

It is listed in Petretti's Coca-Cola Collectibles Price Guide on Page 367

Value - $35.00

1930's-40's

 

Bell Shaped Glass  - This straight glass was produced by Coca-Cola to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the Soap Box Derby's in the 30's and 40's. 

listed in Petretti's Coca-Cola Collectibles Price Guide on Page 367

Value - $200.00

1936

Anniversay Bell Glass - This glass was created to celebrate the 50th Anniversary Dinner for Harold Hirsch. He was a lawyer for Coca-Cola that in 1915 came up with a plan to launch a national competition in which bottle manufacturers across the country would be asked to design a distinctive bottle. The manufacturer that won was Root Glass of Terre Haute Indiana.

Listed in Petretti's 12th Edition Coca-Cola Collectibles Price Guide on page 366

Value - $575.00
 

  This glass has a double syrup line and the front reads "Drink Coca-Cola" etched in glass.  Note: This glass doesn't have the words Reg. after Trade Mark. We are sure it is a Canadian Version.

Value - $25.00

 

1940's

This glass has a double syrup line and the front reads "Drink Coca-Cola" etched in glass.  Note: This glass has the word Reg. after Trade Mark.  The glass was produced by the Libbey Co, and has the letter L on the bottom of the glass.

Value - $25.00

1941-1946

Bell Shaped Glass - The Trademark is under the Coca-Cola logo.

Listed in Petretti's 12th Edition Coca-Cola Collectibles Price Guide on page 367

Value - $12.00

1947-1950

Bell Shaped Glass - The Trademark is under the Coca-Cola logo.


Value - $12.00

1946-69

 

Bell shaped glass  - This popular bell shaped glass was seen just about everywhere in the late 40's to 1970.
 

Listed in Petretti's 12th Edition Coca-Cola Collectibles Price Guide on page 367

Value - $5.00

1966

 

Bell shaped glass  - Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Coca-Cola at Somersworth.

1950's

Bell Shaped Glass - No Trademark - says "Drink" over Coca-Cola - printing one one side.

1960's

Bell Shaped Glass No Trademark says "Enjoy" over Coca-Cola

1970's

Reproduction - Flare Shaped Glass with Syrup Line - This is a replica of the 1914-1918 glass above.  It was produced by the Federal Glass Co. The shield on the bottom of this glass has the letter F in it..... The original does not.

Value - $10.00

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