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1964 Coke Caps Chargers

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Coke caps were issued in each AFL city, except Buffalo, featuring 35-members of that team along with the AFL All-Stars caps as part of the 1964 Go with the Pros promotion. The AFL team Cap Saver sheets had separate sections in which to affix both the local team's caps, all of the AFL team logos, and the AFL All-Star caps. The caps measure approximately 1 1/8" in diameter and have the drink logo and a football on the outside, while the inside has the p… [Read More]

Coke caps were issued in each AFL city, except Buffalo, featuring 35-members of that team along with the AFL All-Stars caps as part of the 1964 Go with the Pros promotion. The AFL team Cap Saver sheets had separate sections in which to affix both the local team's caps, all of the AFL team logos, and the AFL All-Star caps. The caps measure approximately 1 1/8" in diameter and have the drink logo and a football on the outside, while the inside has the player's face printed in black with the team name above the photo, the player's name below, his jersey number to the left and his position to the right. Most caps were issued with either a plastic or cork liner on the inside. The consumer could turn in his completed saver sheet (before the expiration date of Nov. 21, 1964) to receive various prizes. The 1964 caps look very similar to those issued in 1965 and 1966 but were numbered only according to the player's jersey number. We've arranged them alphabetically by team for ease in cataloging. Football caps were produced for Coca-Cola, Sprite and King Size Coke bottles. Sprite caps typically carry a slight premium over the value of the Coke version. [Collapse]

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