Tuesday, January 26, 2010


Coca-Cola Autumn Girl servingQ: I have a Coca-Cola tray with the picture of the Autumn Girl that is 19 x 8 1/2 inches. I can't find anything about this large Autumn Girl tray. Can you tell me when it was made and how much it is worth?

A: The Coca-Cola Autumn Girl serving tray was made in 1921 in the standard size, 13 1/4 by 10 1/2 inches. The girl on the tray is pictured from the waist up. Your tray was first issued in 1973 by Coca-Cola. The picture is a reproduction of the 1921 Autumn Girl calendar. Autumn Girl is sometimes called "Navy Girl." The old, original tray sells for about $850. Your tray is worth less than $30.


Rhoda said...

I recently purchased a lovely Red Wing vase and was pleased to read in a recent newsletter from you all these will undoubtly go up in value. Can I send a photo to find out what the current value might be?


Ruth said...

We have a painting,original oil, by Paul Rubens. I couldn't find his signature on it though. How do I go about finding out more about it and its value? I once saw something very similar in a museum, but can't remember which one. It depicts a Queen looking down at her dog who is licking a bowl of blood from the man who was just beheaded. Can I send you a photo?

Anonymous said...

it's been my experience with these reproduction coca cola trays that if you look closely at the rolled edge of the tray, it will tell you that it is a reproduction and when the reproduction came out. I'm sure the Kovels know this but wanted to post for those that don't. Thank you. CE