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Planters Peanut Mr. Peanut 10lb. Pennant

Planters Peanut Mr. Peanut 10lb. Pennant Brand Tin Description Tin originally held ten pounds of Pennant Brand peanuts. Tin is black and blue with strong...

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  • Planters Peanut Mr. Peanut 4 Pin Set. Description
    Set includes one metal pin with rhinestones in body, one wooden Mr. Peanut pin, one wooden 1939 New York World’s Fair Mr. Peanut pin and one wooden 1940 New York World’s ... [more like this]
  • Cardboard Planters Peanut Mr. Peanut Peanut
    Scoop. Description 1920s. Light blue printing on all four sides, which states “Planters Pennant Salted Peanuts 5 cents”. Includes original cellophane hang tag that would ... [more like this]
  • Vintage Planters Peanut Mr. Peanut 5 pc.
    Nut SetFrom c.1960's made of aluminum is a Mr. Peanut by Planters nut dish set. It includes the 6'' serving bowl and 4 individual 3'' bowls. All are in very good condition. ... [more like this]
  • Glass Planters Peanut Mr. Peanut Pedestal
    Jar. Description 1920s. This display jar is the first jar produced for Planters. The jar has the original orange paper band label that goes around the rim of the jar, which ... [more like this]
  • Glass Planters Peanut Mr. Peanut Peanut Butter
    Jar Description 1940s to 1950s. Eight-ounce jar is full with original peanut butter and has an orange metal snap on lid. Lid state “Another Famous Planters Product”. Unused.Condition ... [more like this]
  • Planters Peanut Mr. Peanut Jumbo Block Bar
    Display Description 1930s. Display would have held five-cent Jumbo Block Peanut Bars. Colors are strong; however, scratches do exist along with minor rust. Display has a hole ... [more like this]
  • Wooden Planters Peanut Mr. Peanut Lighter.
    Description 1930s. Peanut shaped lighter comes apart and appears to not have been used. No cracks. Includes original shipping box from the Planters Company.Condition (Near ... [more like this]
  • Glass Planters Peanut Mr. Peanut Barrel Jar.
    Description 1930s. Display jar and lid have no chips or cracks with rectangular label on jar in perfect condition. Includes original shipping box and the running Mr. Peanuts ... [more like this]
  • Plastic Planters Peanut Mr. Peanut Jet Racer
    Toy. Description 1950s. Manufactured by Elmar Toy Compay. Blue car with yellow wheels and red Mr. Peanut jet racer. No chips or cracks to plastic. Includes original box and ... [more like this]
  • Planters Peanut Mr. Peanut Canoe Playing
    Cards. Description 1930s. Complete deck of 52 playing cards that includes one original joker, which pictures the Planters factory, and original blue box marked “Planters ... [more like this]
  • Tin Planters Peanut Mr. Peanut Pennant Brand
    Scoop Description 1920s. Tin scoop, which was used to scoop peanuts from glass display jars and put peanuts into glassine bags. Colors and graphics are extremely shiny and ... [more like this]
  • Plastic Planters Peanut Mr. Peanut Vendor
    Bank. Description 1940s. Yellow plastic head has a full Cocktail Peanut Can inside the top which was opened and turned upside down to dispense peanuts when a coin was inserted. ... [more like this]
  • Porcelain Planters Peanut Mr. Peanut Sign.
    Description 1930s to 1940s. This sign was originally on the Planter’s Store in Memphis, Tennessee. Five color porcelain has great shine and is rounded in a half-moon shape. ... [more like this]
  • Planters Peanut Mr. Peanut 10-Cent Vending
    Machine Description 1940s. Canadian. Dans unusual vending machine would have dispensed Planters products for ten cents. Machine has great color and minimal wear. Original ... [more like this]
  • Metal Planters Peanut Mr. Peanut Truck Toy.
    Description 1920s to 1930s. Made by the Canadian Lincoln Toy Company. Very unusual metal truck has original Lincoln Toy label across hood and original Planters labels on both ... [more like this]
  • Planters Peanut Mr. Peanut Printer's Block.
    Description 1930s. Very unusual large printers block, which advertises Planters High Grade Chocolate Covered Nut Assortment. Block would have been used on candy box that ... [more like this]
  • Plastic Planters Peanut Mr. Peanut Train
    Set. Description 1950s. Manufactured by Elmar Toy Company. Includes red plastic train engine and two peanut trains cars with original metal car connector. No chips or cracks ... [more like this]
  • Cardboard Planters Peanut Mr. Peanut Display.
    Description 1930s. Easel-back two-tier display would have held eight-ounce Cocktail Peanut cans in the food stores. Minor, typical wear to the cardboard but with great color ... [more like this]
  • Planters Peanut Mr. Peanut 5lb. Pennant Brand
    Tin. Description Tin originally held five pounds of Pennant Brand peanuts. Tin is black and blue with strong color, graphics and minor rust. Gold lid is extremely shiny with ... [more like this]
  • Plastic Planters Peanut Mr. Peanut 3-Piece
    Display Description 1960s. Unusual counter display would have held five-cent bags of peanuts. Only minor scuffs to plastic.Advertising DisplayCondition (Excellent). Size 22" ... [more like this]

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