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Story of Coca-Cola Bottle

Posted by Indian Thematic Society on April 14, 2017 at 12:05 PM


INVENTION OF COCA-COLA

In April 1865, Colonel John Pemberton of the Confederate Army was wounded in the Battle of Columbus, Georgia. He was slashed across his chest and like many wounded veterans became addicted to morphine which he used to ease the pain.

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Reply Clinda
5:42 AM on June 14, 2017 
People will love to read this kind information as they get many benefits regarding this topic. Thank you so much for sharing this.
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Latest issue of Quarterly Magazine

Issue No.77 Volume 20 No.1


~ Recent Miniature Sheets from India – Page 2

~ Points to Ponder From the Pen of Editor – Page 3

~ Dewali; Joint issue with Canada – Page 4

~ Swachh Bharat Cancellation – Page 4

~ Story of Coca-Cola Bottle – Page 5

~ Unusual Moths – Page 11

~ New Stamps from India Post – Page 15

~ Fascinating Facts – Page 19

~ Special Covers & Cancellations – Page 21

~ ITS Postal Auction No.76 – Page 22

~ Realisations of ITS Postal Auction No.75 – Page 28

~ Philatelic Exhibitions – Page 29

~ ITS Philatelic News – Page 29

~ New issues from Overseas – Page 30

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