What’s interesting about this set is the numbering system.
A 35-cap set of “Major League All-Stars” had a number designation to the left of the player.
The Bottle cap shown is an un-used Mickey Mantle bottle cap, that came from the factory.
These caps in near mint condition ( no rust or flaws ) can go as high as .
The program always featured limits on the number of codes and points that could be redeemed at one time.
Before 17 February 2009, members were limited to entering 10 codes per day, regardless of the number of points that this represented.
The player’s name is in block letters beneath the photo, with the team name above the picture.
The cap top would have a baseball logo next to the word “Coke.” Some king-sized versions of Coke — they cost more than 29 cents for sure — also had the baseball to let the consumer know there was something beneath the cap.
But if your parents could afford a bottle — and better yet, a six-pack in a carton — then Coca-cola’s products yielded a fun treat for baseball fans.These codes were converted into virtual "points" which could in turn be redeemed by members for various prizes or sweepstakes entries.The program had since been extended annually since its inception, but terminated on 30 June 2017.The first man to bottle Coca-Cola did so without the permission of the company—in...Whether youre a serious Coca-Cola Bottle, Carrier or Bottle Cap collector or just looking to find that bottle that reminds you of a special memory, youve come to the right place!