How much is that Lunch Box Worth?
Depending on your age, you may remember the days when metal lunch boxes were all the rage. While this is no longer the case, many of these lunch boxes from the past are extremely valuable.
Here is a list of seven old-school metal lunch boxes, along with when they were released and an approximate value:
· Davy Crockett at the Alamo (1955): $1,800
· Howdy Doody (1954): $950
· Lost in Space (1967): $950
· Mickey Mouse & Donald Duck (1954): $900
· Lone Ranger Blue Band (1955): $1,150
· Gunsmoke Double L Error Version (1959): $1,200
· Beatles Yellow Submarine (1968): $1,300
Do you have one or more of these lunch boxes in storage? Do you still use it to this day (probably not)?
If it’s in good conditions, there’s an excellent chance that you could sell it for several hundred or thousands dollars.
And for those who like to collect metal lunch boxes from the past, shop online and at local estate sales to add to your collection.
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