It’s Saturday morning, time to eat your cereal! How many of these vintage Post cereals do you remember?
Personally, I was most happy to recall the old Post-Tens and Treat-Paks. So much cooler sounding than today’s “assorted” or “variety” packs. I don’t even think Post makes the small boxes like that anymore… *sigh*
Found in in Cookies Galore (from Frances Barton, Consumer Service Department, General Foods Corporation, copyright 1956).
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Spotted in a local antique mall, vintage kitschy Kellogg’s cereal characters. Tony The Tiger, Snap, Crackle & Pop are made of wood, paper, and, erm, some fuzzy stuff I do not want anywhere near my food.
From the 1983 Fall/Winter Sears catalog, cereal shirts (Trix, Cocoa Puffs, and Super Sugar Crisp) for boys — easily hidden beneath some bibs. Which just goes to show ya, boys never out-grow their baby bibs.
I love Sugar Pops, so I was tempted to buy this glass when I spotted it at a local thrift shoppe; maybe I should have because I don’t see this glass mug or anything similar in Sugar Pops stuff at eBay.