Wednesday, May 16, 2007

A Prize in Every Box

These hark from those days of yore when people assumed if you were stupid enough to put this in your mouth, then you must surely deserve to contract tetanus at the very least. I'm talking about 1910-28, when these Cracker Jack toy charms were cast either in lead or lead with tin plate. At 3/8" in width, a person would have to be extremely careful not to mistake one of these as a glob of dark toffee stuck to a large roasted peanut.


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