grease pencil apparent as well. The second longer box measures 33 in. x 13 in. x 9 in. and is without a top, composed of darker wood nail-joined slats. The long sides emblazoned with the familiar Cracker Jack name logo. The ends are stamped in black ink, “100 pkgs. Cracker Jack Rueckheim Bros. & Eckstein. Chicago”. Condition of items vary, but all are presentable. Quite possibly the last time this number and variety of Cracker Jack memorabilia will ever be sold at one time. Here is a once in a lifetime opportunity to start or complete your own premium Cracker Jack collection. Special shipping arrangements will apply.
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