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1920's Ty Cobb & Red Grange Candy Boxes

1920's Ty Cobb & Red Grange Candy Boxes

Two of the most sacred names in sports history were used to promote these sweet-tooth products. Red Grange on Shotwell's (Chicago & Brooklyn) box. Image of the Galloping Ghost on all five sides of the top of box. Ty Cobb on the Benjamin Candy Box (Detroit, Mich.). Advertised is "Lots of Quality Candy for a Nickel!" and "A Winner Everywhere". Each box once held 24 candy bars, costing 5 cents each. Boxes are VG.


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