Photos and Information contributed by Peanut Pal Tony Scola
Posted June 15, 2017

CARDBOARD SIGNS - The one on the left is a store cardboard display item that once had tear sheets on it, where you could send one in to purchase a plastic "Hollywood Style Bracelet" for 15 cents apiece. The sign is about 15-1/2" x 9-1/2". The store sign to the right was advertising Planters Peanut Butter, also of cardboard and about 11" x 14". Late 1940's/early 1950's vintage.

 


CARDBOARD SLEEVE - This surrounded a three pack of Holiday tins. Mr. Peanut and Santa on one side, A line of toy soldiers on the other. 1960's. 

 

HEAD AND WRIST BANDS - Recent, part of ongoing "Power of the Peanut" promotion.

 


POSTER OR FLYER - Heavy paper item sent to retailers promoting Planters "Twins", a double dipped chocolate peanut confection. Double sided, with neat graphics of Mr. Peanut conducting a swing band. 15-1/4" x 10". 1920's??

 

 


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