Collector's Call Episode 7 Web Extras: A classic Coca-Cola clock and airline cooler

Take a closer look at items featured in this episode, plus some exclusive web content.

Dan Thielmann has been collecting Coca-Cola items for 35 years. He has an extensive collection dating back to the 1920s, including a Vendo 23 vending machine from the 1960s, Coca-Cola cufflinks from 1929, a four-foot-tall display Coke bottle, and a 1933 radio in the shape of a bottle.

We brought along Coca-Cola collector Darrell Noble, who has more than 45 years experience collecting Coke-related items, to put an estimated value on Theilmann's possessions.

Take a closer look at the items featured in Episode 7 of Collector's Call — and watch two bonus items we could not fit in the show.

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1. Bonus video: Coca-Cola Airline Cooler

In the 1940s and '50s, flight attendants would serve passengers cold cola from portable, stainless-steel coolers like this one.

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2. Bonus video: 1948 Kay Wood Clock

This vintage midcentury wall clock is worth three times what the collector paid. Plus, find out why display clocks are set at 2:50 PM.

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3. Inside the collection: Image gallery

Take a closer look at the items featured in this episode, as well as their estimate values and some behind-the-scenes shots.

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