Coca-Cola is releasing 8.5-ounce, “limited edition” replica bottles of its 1906 “Diamond Label” design, which helped distinguish the soft drink company from other beverages of the time, since many of them were also sold in straight-sided bottles—the cola’s signature contour shaped glass containers weren’t introduced until 1916. Of course, the real collectibles are the pre-1903 versions of Coke, which marked the year that the “estimated nine milligrams of cocaine” were removed from the ingredient list forever—to the dismay of many, turn-of-the-century, party-friendly Americans.