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1910 Kelloggs World Champions - The First Sports Related Cereal Box

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    Posted 7 years ago

    PhotoGuy
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    In 1910 Kellogg issued the first ever cereal box featuring a sports promotion, Kelloggs World's Champions Cereal. It was a baseball game that could be played using the unfolded box. Unfortunately, all I have is a cutdown gamsboard and rules. I have not been able to find another photograph of a more complete example so I was hoping someone here may be able to find one as I'd be interested in seeing what the piece originally looked like.

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    Comments

    1. PhotoGuy, 7 years ago
      I apologize for the upside down photos but I can't figure out how to change it.
    2. aghcollect aghcollect, 7 years ago
      http://www.ebay.com/itm/1910-Kelloggs-Toasted-Corn-Flakes-part-box-w-Baseball-Game-Battle-Creek-Mich-/141461486863?pt=Vintage_Sports_Memorabilia&hash=item20efc2fd0f&x=21&y=4
    3. PhotoGuy, 7 years ago
      Thanks aghcollect!

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