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CURTISS CANDY Vintage Illustration Advertisement is part of Vintage candy - christian montone Old Advertisements, Retro Advertising, Retro Ads, Advertising Campaign, Advertising Design, Photo Vintage, Retro Vintage, Vintage Food, Retro Food

1940s CURTISS CANDY Vintage Illustration Advertisement

From my vintage ad collection. More items HERE: www.ajaxallpurpose.blogspot.com/ www.facebook.com/christian.montone/

Kellogg's Sugar Corn Pops-This is the only cereal my cousin would ear;

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Old School Sugar Corn Pops - I always wanted these and my parents NEVER bought them.

Cocoa Puffs cereal c. I made my mother buy the cereal once so I could have the free prize inside. I never ate the cereal, though. Retro Recipes, Vintage Recipes, My Childhood Memories, Sweet Memories, 1970s Childhood, Cereal Packaging, Cocoa Puffs, Hershey Cocoa, Cereal Killer

COCOA TRIX - EPIC FAIL

Back in the mid-90's when the internet was still young a popular urban legend made the rounds, but it was debunked and quickly forgotten. T...

 My absolute fave. I could go for a giant bowl right now. Retro Advertising, Vintage Advertisements, Vintage Ads, Vintage Food, Retro Recipes, Vintage Recipes, Cereal Packaging, Cereal Boxes, Cereal Food

Cap'n Crunch peanut butter cereal. My absolute fave. I could go for a giant bowl right now.

32 reasons why christmas was better in the AND because you were aloud to say Christmas back then Christmas Crunch, Why Christmas, Vintage Christmas, Christmas 2019, 90s Childhood, My Childhood Memories, 90s Nostalgia, I Remember When, Oldies But Goodies

32 Reasons Why Christmas Was Better In The '90s

Because you know it isn't Christmastime unless you've watched The Santa Clause.

Vanilly Crunch Cereal Box X Fridge / Locker Magnet. Cap'n Crunch for Like the Vanilly Crunch Cereal Box X Fridge / Locker Magnet. Retro Advertising, Vintage Advertisements, Vintage Ads, Vintage Food, Advertising Slogans, Retro Recipes, Vintage Recipes, Kids Cereal, Cereal Boxes

Vanilly Crunch

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Kelloggs cereal boxes - These Kellogg’s cereal boxes adopted vintage packaging designs for its Retro Edition series. The Anthem Worldwide-designed boxes are meant to. Retro Ads, Vintage Advertisements, Types Of Cereal, Crunch Cereal, Cereal Killer, Vintage Packaging, Breakfast Cereal, Vintage Typography, Packaging Design Inspiration

Vintage-Inspired Cereal Boxes

Kelloggs cereal boxes - These Kellogg’s cereal boxes adopted vintage packaging designs for its Retro Edition series. The Anthem Worldwide-designed boxes are meant to com...

Retro Vintage Vintage poster for McDonald's, which celebrated its anniversary this year. - After decades of expansion that saw McDonald’s march into China, Russia and beyond, the burger brand is no longer flavour of the month

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Christmas Crunch 1995 ©Quaker Oats Co.I freakin loved this cereal. But they didnt give enough of that creamy sprinkly stuff that was in the packet lol. Hey I wasn't the only little kid in the house that liked this! Christmas Crunch, Christmas Ad, Barney Christmas, Kids Cereal, Cereal Boxes, Cereal Food, Retro Recipes, Vintage Recipes, Crunch Cereal

16 Things You Haven't Thought About Since Christmas As A Kid, But Will Immediately Remember

16 Photos That Are Like Stepping Into A Time Machine And Revisiting Christmas In The ‘90s

Spooky Marshmallow Froot Loops 18 Of The Best Halloween Cereals That Ever Existed Froot Loops, Cereal Recipes, Candy Recipes, Breakfast Cereal, The Breakfast Club, Cereal Packaging, Types Of Cereal, Granola Cereal, Crunch Cereal

18 Of The Best Halloween Cereals That Ever Existed

Marshmallows become spooky every October.

Breakfast cereal image for Cocoa Hoots cereal called 1972 Cocoa Hoots Cereal Box. Retro Advertising, Retro Ads, Vintage Advertisements, Advertising Slogans, Retro Posters, Vintage Posters, Retro Recipes, Vintage Recipes, Vintage Candy

Forgotten Cereals

I just saw these on the net. See if you remember any of them. The only one that looks familiar to me is King Vitamin and Baron Von Redberry.