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Our current featured artist is Mil-O-Rad. In the images and artwork he creates for The Art is Cracker Jack website, Mil-O-Rad offers a whimsical view of Cracker Jack in the real world, not simply as ...
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Charms and danglers are common types of Cracker Jack prizes. Throughout the 20th century, Cracker Jack has given away numerous charms in metal, celluloid, and ...
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In households across the country, in a junk drawer somewhere, you can probably find a miniature magnifying glass made of plastic. Given away as premiums or sold in gumball machine, these magnifiers ...
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Released in the mid-1960s, the Cracker Jack Encyclopedia gets our "thumbs up" for its sheer uniqueness. Consisting of twenty miniature books with actual content that can be read, they are ...
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The miniature pinball game was one of the most popular Cracker Jack prizes distributed during the 1970s. Made of plastic and cardboard, the pinball games measure about 1.25" in width by 1.75" in ...
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