What an awesome vintage collectible piece this is. Not only does it appeal to Coca Cola collectors but to NFL Football collectors and fans as well. This coca cola bottle cap is from 1965 and depicts NFL Player Tom Hutchinson.

These vintage Coke bottle caps were like collecting football cards, they were released with average players as well as all-star players. There were also Team Bottle caps that just showed the team logos. On the outside the bottle cap features a pixilated red football above the word "Coke" and the words "Caramel Colored" and "King Size" underneath. On the inside of this particular Coca-Cola bottle cap, it features a picture of Tom Hutchinson who was an Offensive End for the Cleveland Browns from 1963 - 1965 and was a 1st round draft pick coming from Kentucky as the 9th pick overall.

This cap is a great vintage piece of NFL Football and Coke history that is in good condition considering it's age. It is made a aluminum and is a collectors rare find.

Length: 1.13
Width: 1.13
Height: 0.25
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SKU: 121900020007
Brand: Coca-Cola
LxWxH: 1.13 / 1.13 / 0.25
Weight: 0 lbs 1 oz
Condition: Previously Owned - Good Condition For Age - See Picture
Material: Aluminum
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