Chilton Toys Coca-Cola / Coke Dispenserfrom late 1960's or early 70’s Includes 6½ oz. Old Coke Bottle and Three Plastic Toy Coca-Cola Glasses Vintage 1960’s Chilton toy Coca-Cola soda pop dispenser toy. I have checked the dispenser over, and it appears to be in great condition. I cannot find any cracks or breaks. There are some scuffs as you can see from the pictures and a little yellowing where the original glue was used to hold the lid together (see photos). This is made of hard plastic and measures 13" deep by 11" tall by 5 ½" wide. There is a metallic sticker on the front of the lid with the "Things Go Better With Coke" logo. It has a bit of wear, but still looks good. "Drink Coca-Cola" is molded into the sides of the lid. This is how the toy works. Take the white lid off, and inside is a space where a 6½ oz. Coke bottle will sit with a snap-on push-button faucet device. The entire bottle is laid into it sideways so that the bottle is pointing a bit downwards and the spout sticks out of the hole. Then, when you pull on the handle of the dispenser, it pushes the button in and allows Coca-Cola to pour out by gravity. I tested is using water and it worked. The base of the dispenser is hollow, and this is where you are supposed to put ice cubes to keep the Coca-Cola cold until you have used the whole bottle. This auction includes: The toy dispenser complete with base, top, lever, and nozzle. A 6-½ oz glass Coca-Cola bottle from I think the same time period. The Bottle is in very good condition and is marked "Ruston LA, Bottle Trade Mark" on the base. On the side (it looks like) the number 7050 is embossed. 3 of the original plastic toy Coca-Cola glasses.
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