|The pictures shows four views of this 1950s Cracker Jack Super Box with Prizes Pictured. This box is not dated but it is from around 1955 or 1956. This box is from when the Cracker Jack Company still made Cracker Jack. Borden bought and made the product in 1964. Later Frito-Lay bought it in 1997.|
One side of the box pictures plastic prizes from that time period including a Majorette, a Baseball Player, a Cowboy, a pair of Scissors, a Clown, a Car, a Spinning Top, a Stop Sign, a Bear, a Carpenter39;s Hand Saw, a German Shepherd Dog, an 39;39;H39;39; Alphabet Fob Charm, an Acrobat, a Squirrel, and a Train consisting of a Steam Locomotive Engine, a Coal Tender, a Boxcar, a Tanker, and a Caboose.
The other side is advertising Cracker Jack as a cereal with cream or milk. Of course the front pictures Sailor Jack and his dog Bingo. The Reynolds Wrap foil bag that was inside is gone. The box bottom is there but the top is missing all but one small flap. This 1-5/8 ounce box measures 2-3/439;39; x 6-3/439;39; x 1-1/839;39;. It is in good condition with wear as pictured and the missing top flaps as mentioned above.