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    Case No. RMW-005

    Missing Norman Rockwell Coca-Cola Illustrations

    (Episode: Atlanta, Hour 2)

    Case Profile

    Comment
    Date of Incident 1928 - 1934
    Seeker The Coca-Cola Company
    Location United States
    Missing Three Coca-Cola advertisement paintings by Norman Rockwell.
    Status Ongoing
    Case Summary Starting in the late 1920s through the mid-1930s, Coca-Cola commissioned Norman Rockwell to paint six advertisement illustrations for the company, featuring their iconic green bottles and idyllic all-American imagery. These original illustrations were then reproduced in calendars, billboards, and print publications.Today, three of the six Rockwell illustrations are in Coca-Cola's possession, while the other three are missing, having been lent out for use in publications and never returned.
    Resources Online: The Coca-Cola Company archive web site

    Phone: Coca-Cola Company Archive (404) 676-3491
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