Coca-Cola Sam 84 Olympics Pin


The Coca-Cola Sam 84 Olympics Pin is a patriotic collectible 1.25″ enamel lapel pin of the eagle Olympics/Coke mascot promoting the 1984 Games.

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Coca-Cola Sam 84 Olympics Pin

This Advertiser Collectible is a 1.25″ enamel lapel pin (with butterfly clutch back) that features Sam the Eagle (dual mascot for the Olympics and Coca-Cola) promoting the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles.

Sam is holding a bottle of Coke while wearing a patriotic top hat with the Olympic rings in the center. Also, off to the side, there’s a comment bubble that says “Have a Coke and smile”.

In addition, the Coca-Cola Sam 84 Olympics Pin is in excellent condition. This memorabilia would make a terrific gift for pin collectors, Coca-Cola Collectors, and Olympics collectors.

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Additional information

Weight 0.25 lbs
Dimensions 1.25 × 1.5 × 0.25 in



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