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<strong>Coca-Cola Bottle Chronology</strong>

In 1886 Coca-Cola was a soda foundation beverage which cost five cents per glass. Next, the beverage became available in bottles.

1899 - The Hutchinson bottle was the style that was used briefly by Coca-Cola bottlers of Coca-Cola.

1915 - Coca-Cola made a U.S. patent trademark of the contour bottle to bring distinction of the Coca-Cola brand.

1950s - Coca-Cola offered a variety of package size drinks. There was the contour bottle (6.5 ounce) and included 10, 12 and 26-ounce bottles. Later in the 1960s, Coca-Cola cans became available.

1977 - Coke introduced the plastic bottle but by 1994 the drink was available in the 2 liter bottle.

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