vintage food advertising even made Butterfingers look nasty. (Curtiss Butterfinger Candy Bar ad, 1953.)
vintage ads & other horrors
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Candies past and present
Remember when you had boxes of this to sell? I bought more than I sold!
Childhood, Teen Years, and Early Adulthood
Chunky bar "Open Wide for Chunkyyy"..dad would always get one for himself and we would get sugar daddies.
Nostalgia and Pop Culture:1970s - Y2K
This was my favorite candy bar -- it cost 10 cents, while Milky Way and Snickers cost only a nickle. Vintage Mars Bar Ad - 1954
Down Memory Lane - Ads
1940s CURTISS CANDY Vintage Illustration Advertisement by Christian Montone, via Flickr
Vintage Candy & Tins
1940s BABY RUTH Butterfinger CURTISS Candy Vintage Halloween Advertisement
:: All Hallows Eve ::
Seven Up Candy Bar - sort of like a Sky Bar there were seven fillings in one candy bar: Orange Jelly, Maple, Caramel, Brazil Nut, Fudge, Coconut, and Cherry. They discontinued it in the late 70's.
Welcome to My Childhood
Mr. Goodbar is a candy bar containing peanuts and chocolate, whose packaging is identifiable by its yellow background and red text. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
My Favorite Vintage Ads