Photos and Information contributed by Peanut Pal Tony Scola
Posted January 7, 2020

BOX - One of the nicest items I have seen in a long time. This is a counter display box for Planterettes, which was Planters' term for candy coated peanuts. The box comes complete with intact diecut as well as protective outer sleeve, in addition to all 24 5 cent bags of unopened product. Box stands 6-1/4" tall x 5-1/2" wide x 4-1/4" deep. 1950's?

DISPLAY - This is an item found by one of our Club members. It appears to be a store display with metal pegs that would have held cellophane bags. This is way more substantial than most throw away store displays though, as the peripheral arch around it lights up when plugged in. Stands 39-1/2" high and 21" wide. Circa 1990's judging by the style of Mr. Peanut.

WRAPPER - Very unusual 5 cent Vineyard Maid cellophane wrapper 6-1/2" x 6". Possibly one of a kind. Early 1920's.

WRAPPER -  Circa 1950's cellophane wrapper for Planters Chocolate Covered Raisins aka P + R's. These came in a 5 ounce variety, and a cheaper 5 cent 3/4 ounce size. Planters also made P + P's (Chocolate Covered Peanuts) which had identical packaging except that the wrappers were red.


DISPLAY -  Cardboard Christmas 2017 store display.

CAP - Cotton baseball cap features NASCAR logo on the front, Planters NASCAR logo on the right, and an Oreo's logo on the left. 1990's.

COVER - Tennis racket canvas cover made for the Planters Pro Tennis Challenge Cup, held in Miami Beach, Florida. 1970's.

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