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1940s Butterfinger Candy Display Box

Description

This large cardboard candy display box dates from the 1930’s or 1940’s and originally held one hundred Curtiss Butterfinger one cent candy bars. The lid is yellow with blue writing and has an image of the “N-R-G Guy” yelling into his bullhorn “Rich in Dextrose the sugar your body uses directly for Energy.” The box measures about ten and three quarters inches tall by nine and three quarters inches wide by two inches deep and is in excellent condition with some pencil marks, light scuffs, creases, and edge wear. 9779-51EP

Additional information

Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 9.75 × 10.75 in

Condition:

exc

STOCK#

SKU: 9779g

$55.00

payment methods

1940s Butterfinger Candy Display Box

Description

This large cardboard candy display box dates from the 1930’s or 1940’s and originally held one hundred Curtiss Butterfinger one cent candy bars. The lid is yellow with blue writing and has an image of the “N-R-G Guy” yelling into his bullhorn “Rich in Dextrose the sugar your body uses directly for Energy.” The box measures about ten and three quarters inches tall by nine and three quarters inches wide by two inches deep and is in excellent condition with some pencil marks, light scuffs, creases, and edge wear. 9779-51EP

Additional information

Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 9.75 × 10.75 in

Condition:

exc

STOCK#

SKU: 9779g

$55.00

payment methods