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Old 06-04-2022, 11:50 AM
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Congratulations, Andy; what a honey of a '62 JELL-O box!!!!! Furthermore, the box carries the rarest flavor---Apple, discontinued late in the spring of '62, as I understand. Way da go, bro!!!!! --- Brian Powell
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Old 06-04-2022, 06:05 PM
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Andy: what a great box!!
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Old 06-10-2022, 08:56 AM
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Default Traded away

Here's one I used to have. I traded it away for some tougher cards from the 1962 Jell-O set that I needed.
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Old 06-11-2022, 01:50 PM
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Default 1963 Jell-o Box Woodie Held

Thanks to Fred!!
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Old 06-13-2022, 01:38 PM
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Here's one I used to have. I traded it away for some tougher cards from the 1962 Jell-O set that I needed.
This is great! Another unknown flavor for a player identified. We did not have Tuttle with a flavor in our list.
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Old 06-15-2022, 06:36 AM
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Default Tuttle Lemon gelatin ?

I think I've also seen a picture of a 1962 Jell-O Tuttle lemon gelatin, but I can't seem to locate it. If I do, I will post the picture.
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Old 06-23-2022, 10:53 AM
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I know this thread is primarily focused on intact Jello boxes. I have my dad's "album" that he glued his Post cards into when he was a kid, and I took a number of pictures of each of the pages. Is there any interest/would there be any use for me to post those pictures here? Or should I start a separate thread? They might all be common cards, and you experts might not learn anything new. But since you seem to be able to determine some amazing information from the cards themselves, I didn't know if that would be of any help. Just let me know.
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Old 06-23-2022, 11:00 AM
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Mike,

To save a long explanation, my editor, former Sports Collectors Digest editor in chief, Tom Bartsch, tried and tried to get it into paper print, but the cost at Amazon for a print on demand for just plain paper would have been about $72, and for all photo paper, $95.

So, the book is only available as an E-book on a CD for $30, whereby you would insert the disk into the disk drive of your computer and read it on your screen, or on Amazon as a digital download for only $9.99.

Believe me, Mike, at 480 pages, you're getting a load of information, a treasure trove of stories and anecdotes, and some good insight on these once-free prizes that always seemed to prove expensive at the time, kinda hard-to-very hard to get back in the day, and tough to get AND expensive today. Hence, my book's title---NEVER CHEAPER BY THE DOZEN. Oh yes, I almost forgot, there's also approx. 32 color photos (1 b&w), with at least one picture for each of the 20 chapters.

I do want to convey my thanks for sharing how you came to own those two prize pieces. They are .... tough to find the words .... the stuff that dreams are made of ..... for the regional / food rarity connoisseur.

Whatever you decide, bro, and I mean this, I am happy for you that you came to own them. You certainly must have taken good care of them once you bought them, and discovered them in the collection. Again, now that they're graded / encapsulated, they make marvelous display and conversation pieces. There's a boatload of '62-63 Topps baseball; you can count the number of essentially mint unfolded JELL-O boxes in one breath.

Best regards, my fellow collecting warrior. --- Brian Powell
Not meaning to side track the discussion, but just wanted to give an endorsement of Brian's book. I very much enjoyed reading it. Well done

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Old 06-24-2022, 08:25 AM
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Not meaning to side track the discussion, but just wanted to give an endorsement of Brian's book. I very much enjoyed reading it. Well done

-Z
Good morning, Zach. I chanced to read your comment last evening. I was humbled with your kindness, and am not ashamed to say I lost my composure for a few minutes. I am so glad you enjoyed my book. Thanks again. --- Brian Powell
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Old 08-04-2022, 05:02 PM
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Happy to add these 3 63 Jell-o boxes.
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Old 08-05-2022, 07:41 AM
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lulu.com is great for print on demand titles.
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Old 08-05-2022, 04:20 PM
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I know this thread is primarily focused on intact Jello boxes. I have my dad's "album" that he glued his Post cards into when he was a kid, and I took a number of pictures of each of the pages. Is there any interest/would there be any use for me to post those pictures here? Or should I start a separate thread? They might all be common cards, and you experts might not learn anything new. But since you seem to be able to determine some amazing information from the cards themselves, I didn't know if that would be of any help. Just let me know.
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I would say post the pictures. We are always interested in seeing cards. You could post them in this thread, or start a new thread. Either way would be fine.
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