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A buddy of mine called me up and said his elderly neighbor passed away. The widow told him to help himself to whatever was in the garage. He found these:







He opened up one of the boxes and said the tons look to be in good shape. I'm sure that the crackers inside are perfectly fine.

So he wanted to open them all up and feed the birds with them. I told him to hold off on that idea until I can get up there and look them over.

Outside of collector's value, are these things worth anything to anyone?
 

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Get a case of Australian, canned Bega cheese and some peanut butter. Pack 'em away.
 

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A guy was selling these for $10 a tin at the last MG shoot. I thought they were cool to look at so I grabbed one. I would take more if they are available. I didn't open them, I just have them sitting out to look at.
 

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Civil Defense Crackers

I would be very interested in a case of these for my Cold War collection.
Let me know how much your buddy wants for a case and we can make a deal.
Thanks.
 

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When I read the title for this thread, I was expecting to see pics of old white men wearing doughboy helmets!! :rofl:


............sorry, couldn't help myself.
 

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CDTX2001 ASKS: "....are these things worth anything to anyone?

Yeah, they are, but only if they come with a lobster! :icon23:


Carry On!
Gary
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We opened some up at the Creek campground. they tasted like Matza crackers. Not to shabby after 50+ years... May have to do that again at the creek, at the Y for lunch!
 
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