Photos and Information contributed by Peanut Pal Tony Scola
Posted April 11, 2017

AD - For Planters 35th anniversary. For the Wilkes-Barre store, and also commemorating the 70th year of the city. Ad measures 12-3/4" x 8-1/4". 1941


STORE SIGN - Cardboard 11" x 9" sign reminding everyone to vote on November 2nd, 1976. 


BLUE VINYL GOLF DUFFLE BAG - With embroidered Mr. Peanut. Measures 22" x 12" x 12". 1980's ?

JERRY LEWIS 4 PAGE MOVIE THEATER PROMOTIONAL BROCHURE - Delineating all the the various tie-ins of Planters and "The Nutty Professor" movie. 1963


CARDBOARD BOXES - Which once held the Carlton silver plate knives, forks and spoons. Box end labels show there were 36 pieces in each box. January 1958.

POSTER - Large 44" x 28" paper store poster for "Butts of Cashews" 1940's-50's.

CANADIAN FIGURAL PLASTIC RESEALABLE PLASTIC BAG - Containing 275 grams of salted peanuts. Recent vintage.


CYCLING JERSEY - From the 1997 "Tour de Planters" cross country bicycle ride promotion.


NASCAR FIRESUIT FRAGMENT - Piece of Rusty Wallace's race used firesuit; it shows Mr. Peanut's right hand touching his hat brim. How cool is that?

PRINT OF BOSTON LATIN SCHOOL - Celebrating its 300th year of existence (1935). Says "Distributed Through Courtesy of Planters Nut & Chocolate Company" in lower right corner. An accompanying letter implies that the print was to acknowledge receipt of an entry for Planters' Limerick Contest in Scholastic Magazine.

CANADIAN MAILER CARD - To the "Drug Trading Co." in Toronto. Postmarked 9/14/29.

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