Coca Cola round green advertising tray, made of tin and lithographed. Front of tray shows a picture of Biedemharn's Candy Company brick building, a picture of the Coca Cola's founder, and the original light green Coca Cola bottle. It was made to commemorate the 85th anniversary of the founding of Coca Cola. Written in script writing on the left side of tray reads “Joseph Biedenharn of Vicksburg, Mississsippi, the first man to bottle Coca Cola….no one preceded him in the business though many have come after him and followed in his footprints”. Reverse side of tray is a short history of how Joseph Biedenharn was the first to take a popular soda dring sold at corner drugstores and began bottling it to sell as a carryout drink. His foresight began the upward curve of the Coca Cola Companies fortunes and made it a household staple. The tray is dated 1979 and is in mint unused condition. The tray is about 12 inches diameter.