Posting ID : B1008549304
Date Posted : 2012-05-02
Category : Collectibles By Owner
All reasonable offers will be considered!!!
Product Description :
This is a highly collectible glass coke bottle form 1981. Picture of Coach Bryant the winningest college football coach in history. Logo of Crimson Tide. Historical milestones to include 315 wins on back. This bottle is VERY RARE since it has unique printing errors such as the missing elephant tail, a double print logo, and the cut off words "A WINNING PAIR" on the bottom.
* 10 oz. glass collectible coke bottle form 1981
* Paul Bear Bryant- Winningest Football Coach in College History
* University of Alabama- Crimson Tide
* Historical Milestones on back: 315 wins
* Dates of National Championships also on back: 61, 64, 65, 73, 78, 79.
* This bottle was produced in 1981 and is full and unopened
* The phrase "A WINNING PAIR" at the bottom of the bottle was not fully printed
* Alabama Crimson Tide logo appears to be double printed
* On the right side of the Alabama logo the Elephant's rear end and tail is not printed
* The scroll on the Alabama logo does not have the wrapping portion printed
In the 2003 movie "Radio" starring Ed Harris and Cuba Gooding Jr. About fifteen minutes into the film, Ed Harris is in his home watching film form the previous game. In the background, but purposely featured to make comparisons between Harris' character and former Alabama coach Paul "Bear" Bryant, is a commemorative Bear Bryant Coca-Cola bottle. The bottle commemorates the Bear's then-record 315th career victory as a head coach - a feat accomplished in 1981, five years AFTER the movie's 1976 setting.