Photos and Information contributed by Peanut Pal Tony Scola
Posted February 12, 2019

PUZZLE - Neat plastic 2-1/2" square plastic slider puzzle from the 1960's, with images of the USA, Mr. Peanut and "God Bless America". The back has the same image and states the average time to solve the puzzle is 10 minutes.

BAG - Plastic Peanut store bag from the 1980's. 25" tall including the handles and 11-3/4" wide. Brown graphics say "The Original Planters Chocolate and Nut Factory" and "Fresh Roasted Daily Since 1906".

PRODUCT - Fruit 'N Nut Mix in a 2.75 oz. cellophane package. 1983. Has a lunch tote offer on the back. 10-1/4" long by 2" wide.

COSTUME - Circa 2000. This is a soft inflatable costume that used a battery to run a fan inside which keeps the costume inflated.

WOBBLER - This is a pink plastic prototype for the Mr. Peanut Funko Wacky Wobbler from about 10-15 years ago. The item is one piece and hollow. The bottom base is embossed with "Planters and Mr. Peanut are trademarks of Kraft Food Holdings, Inc." and "Made in China. A Funko Inc. product", just like the actual wobbler.

GLASS - Glass mug from Nabisco, 1983. This was part of a series of annual Nabisco products mugs. The 1981 mug was for Morton's Salt, and 1982 was for Fig Newtons.


WRAPPER - Unusual 1960's Jumbo Block 10 ounce "Fun Size" wrapper, with some clear areas in the cellophane in order to partially see the product inside.

MEGAPHONE - Made of orange plastic, and stands 6" high. Says "Shout for Nuts Planters" in white lettering. 2017. A Nutmobile tour giveaway.

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