Monday, 16 November 2015

Vintage 60s selection box

I found something amazing when I was doing a bit of clearing out (well, re-arranging really)!  Look at this Cadbury's Selection Box from the 1960s!


Can't quite believe the prices - a Flake for threepence and a bar of chocolate for a shilling (5p)! There was a little game on the back.


BUT ... it was what was inside that I had totally forgotten about!  The contents are out of this world!


A selection of press cuttings from 1968 and 1969 all about the moon landings.


I must have been quite a collector - even in those days.  I had totally forgotten about these.



Haven't a clue what I'm going to do with them.  Have to admit that I found the other sides which had news from the time and especially the adverts more interesting this time around!


Funny what turns up - have you found anything interesting recently?  Share them with a link in the comments section and I'll highlight a few over the next few days.

Love, Liz

6 comments:

Rose H (UK) said...

Hi Liz, how fascinating! I'd be very tempted to put them in acid free wallets in a file that way you can enjoy both sides of the cuttings. I don;t have any cutting from then just very vivid memories of Dad waking me and sitting up with him to watch it on our black & white TV - amazing times :o)
Best wishes as ever
Rose H
xx

Laurie Duncan said...

I haven't found anything that I haven't seen for years but I have scrapbook bits and pieces that I pull out now and then. What a fun little box off memorabilia! :)

mamasmercantile said...

What a great find, whilst I do not have any actual memorabilia I do have memories of watching it.

Kezzie said...

Oh my,that is truly Amazing!!! Had you not eaten the chocolate????

Daisy Debs said...

That moon mission was incredible wasn,t it ?! I must ,ve been about twelve or thirteen when that was happening...oooh it was so exciting ! : )

Liz said...

Unfortunately I ate the chocolate imedately! I even remember recording the moon landing on my cassette recorder - still have it. Must have been quite a geek!!!!
Liz