This is a well made cardboard model of the Coca Cola Bottling Company Building in Los Angeles, California. The building was designed by Robert Derrah in the late 1930's. The building was given Historic Cultural status on February 5, 1975. It is monument Number 138.
We do not know when this replica of the building was made, maybe in 1975 when the building gained its historic status.
It is approximately 14 1/2 inches in length, 4 3/4 inches across and about 6 1/2 inches tall at the high part.
It is in overall very good vintage condition. There is some wear on some the edges. There is a minor crease on the top just under the description of the building. There is an indent/scratch on one of the long sides of the building. There is a small hole on the top part where it appears that a small United States flag was supposed to be placed, we do not have the flag.