Coca-Cola is on an art quest
ATLANTA (AP) - April 24, 2012 (WPVI) -- You could have a pot of gold sitting in your attic or basement.
Coca-Cola is launching a nationwide search for three iconic paintings by Norman Rockwell.
They were created for ad campaigns in the 1930's.
Those paintings could be worth a-half million bucks each.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports Coke is teaming up with the Antiques Roadshow TV show, to put the Rockwells on their "most wanted" list.
Coke officials say they've been looking for the illustrations for about 15 years, with no luck.
Producers at Antiques Roadshow say if someone has one of the missing paintings, it would be like a winning lottery ticket.
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