|The pictures show a front and back view of all (4) Different Old Chewing Gum Advertising Packages in this lot. The two small Beech Nut packs were found on a scrap book page and it stated that they were given as samples at the 1939 New York World's Fair. The two are marked ''FREE SAMPLE''. One is a box with Peppermint Beechies inside and the other is an unopened Beech-Nut Assorted Candy Drops package. These were from the Beech-Nut Packing Company of Canajoharie, New York.|
These items are being offered as old advertising collectible items. They are not intended nor being sold for consumption. By buying this lot you agree to take full responsibility for the contents of the packages. You agree that you will not hold Time Passages Nostalgia Company liable or responsible for any injury or illness that may result by anyone mistakenly eating these old items now or any time in the future.
The Lane's Michigan Mint chewing gum wrapper was found in the same old scrapbook but from a different page. The year it is from is unknown. It is a wrapper with its cellophane cover. This gum was from the Lane Gum Company of Keene, New Hampshire
The year that the 5 cent Adams Chiclets box is from is also unknown, but it is old. The box once held (12) cinnamon candy coat gum pieces. It was from The American Chicle Company of New York, N.Y..
To judge the sizes the Chiclets box measures 3-5/8'' wide. These are in various conditions as pictured. The candy inside the Candy Drops package did melt and stain the label.