|The pictures below show larger views of the Colorful 1970s Cracker Jack Series #Z-1392 Toy Prize Art or Proof Sheet With (31) Unused Prizes in this lot. The first and second pictures show front and back views of the artwork card stock paper sheet for this series. The other three images show all (31) of the prizes that are included in this lot. It is not the full set, but a majority of them. Also included here is one inside of one of the old fortune prize envelope. The envelope glue is old so it had opened on its own, but the prize is inside. On the right side of images #4 and #6, one of the ring prizes (SUPER) is on top of the sheet.|
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PLEASE NOTE: This is NOT a complete set. There are only 31 of the prizes included here. If this Cracker Jack Series Z-1392 was complete it would have a total of (45) prizes, which include the following:
(8) RING THINGS (toy rings that have card stock paper inserts with sayings, and a spiral ring on the back)
(8) CAGEY ANIMALS (sliding card stock paper insert with two different changing animals in a plastic cage)
(8) RECORD WHEELS (spinning card stock paper insert dial with facts and pictures in a plastic holder)
(8) SPIN TOPS (folding plastic tops with a colorful card stock paper insert)
(4) PICTURE FRAMES (frame that holds a card stock paper insert with a colorful image)
(4) LOCKETS (oval open frame that has a card stock paper insert with colorful image, charm loop hole at top)
This is a great opportunity, or chance, with this framable Art sheet, for you to be the proud owner of a Rare, one of a kind, piece of Cracker Jack, or toy prize History, plus all of the included prizes. All of these Cracker Jack items for one price! To judge the sizes the art or proof sheet measures about 17-1/8'' x 8-1/2''. It appears to be in excellent or better condition as pictured. It canít be seen in the pictures but, at 3-7/8'' in from the right side, between the prize images, there is a vertical crease that was made to store the art in a metal file cabinet. As mentioned above, the prize envelope had opened on its own from age. All but one prize are in mint unused condition. One prize (top right Ė third from the right) is missing its plastic holder (like the one at the bottom below it).