A rare class item
are items which are any items before the 1904 period. An item it's in mint condition will be in an unused state and the customary packaging should be unopened. Near mint conditioned items can have very minor marks of aging or use and are close to their customary situation. Items in staggering condition will haven't any greater than tiny scratches, small chips, or little marks on their outer rim or edges and the opened packaging should be intact. The average for very good are items that
comprise no greater than minor surface scratches, tiny rust spots, minor flaking, and the packaging is either torn or it has none. A good grading is an item that has mild scratches, flaking, facing, dents, rust or pitting. An item with a fair grading could have more major scratches, fading, rust spots, dents, bad chipping or flaking, while items with a poor grading are badly rusted, worn, dented, pitted, torn, chipped or flaked. The majority of things produced are manufactured in masses, so it is healthier if a collector looks for items which are limited versions. Coke has reproduced some in their items, that are stated as reproductions on the backs, but their value will likely never be the same the usual items. Caps from Coca Cola bottles are even positive, especially since they have been used during promotions and particular additions. In fact, Coca Cola once had a contest where the winner was presented free cases of Coke by gathering a cap for every state within the United States.