Collegeville Boxed Costume Ads

1970’s Collegeville Boxed Costume Ads

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Collegeville Boxed Costume Ads from October 1970. Costumes plus vintage blow mold ads! East Liverpool reviews 1971 ad for Hills department store at St. Clair Plaza in Calcutta, Ohio. Collegeville costumes (Bugs Bunny, skeleton, Cinderella) and Halloween accessories. More Spook Sticks and adorable blow mold Halloween decorations by Bayshore. Via …

1990 LifeSavers/Bubble Yum

1990 LifeSavers/Bubble Yum Halloween Buckets

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I have a growing collection of plastic Halloween pails. It started out with Bayshore plastics and McDonald’s Halloween pails. Now, it seems to be taking up another cause: Branded plastic candy containers. Of course, these 1990 LifeSavers/Bubble Yum buckets needed a place on this blog and in my heart. I …

2004 TPI Halloween Blow Molds

2004 TPI Halloween Blow Molds

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2004 TPI Halloween blow molds catalog: TPI sold the company in 2004 and none of its designs have been produced since then. That makes the 2004 TPI Halloween Blow Molds catalog the last one. They were incorporated in 1986 and began producing products in 1987. TPI stands for Tucker Products, …

The Pail vs. The Pillowcase

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I was thinking back to trick or treating as a wee Jen and how I wish I still had my plastic, blow molded bucket. My trick or treat bucket was serious business when I was a kid. That, my Christmas stocking and my Easter Basket were all very sentimental to …

Some Bayshore Goodness!

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 Seriously… how could I have missed this?   These are 2 pages from the 1972 Bayshore catalog… blow molded figures! Lights! There’s more, too, like masks and all kinds of sort of vintage goodies, at the source. I would give anything for a copy of this catalog, by the way, …

Mars Halloween Candy Containers

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During the Halloween 1989 season, the Mars candy company sold (I believe) 2 plastic characters full of fun size chocolate bars. In 1990 there were 3 sold.* *I am completely guessing here. In my travels, I’ve only found the goblin stamped 1990.  The 1989 ghost and pumpkin are different from …