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    Posted 11 years ago

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    Have had this for sometime, other than knowing it is a Little red riding hood lunch box, i know nothing else. How old? From where? Who made it? Worth? Any info would be appreciated! Thank you for your help.

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    1. potrero potrero, 11 years ago
      Wow - great!!! Are you sure its a lunch box and not a handbag?
    2. MsDowAntiques MsDowAntiques, 11 years ago
      I've seen this darling little case many times, and ones with other nursery rhyme / story scenes. I have always called them "vintage child's suitcase" -- watch for your LRRH (Little Red Riding Hood) one to come up on ebay --
    3. beverly, 11 years ago
      Are these cases old? They look old. What year is this one from approx.?
    4. MsDowAntiques MsDowAntiques, 11 years ago
      Beverly -- I couldn't find a resource site with info about who and when. If I had to make a considered guess, I'd say 1920s-1930s, based on the graphics.

      Let's hope a suitcase expert joins us here. --Marianne
    5. bjcfirebrand bjcfirebrand, 11 years ago
      What a great piece you have...I luv the vintage story book character's.
    6. dianna, 11 years ago
      Love it, would like to buy it! Collect red riding hood stuff.
    7. beverly, 11 years ago
      Dear Dianna, give me your contact info or email me at, and we can make a deal!?
    8. JoanneTiques JoanneTiques, 10 years ago
      It looks like an overnight suitcase for child. I will buy it from you for the right price.
    9. c.gray, 10 years ago
      We had cases like this in the 40's and 50's and used them to store our doll clothes
      in. Beautiful case!!
    10. eric, 10 years ago
      i just got one, in better condition overall, will send pics to anyone interested, pic different, no words, lil red in front of half moon with wolf in moon
    11. olive, 10 years ago
      How much did you pay for it?
    12. eric, 10 years ago
      $40 i paid at small auction, will send pic if interested. graphic is less cartoonish, very cool
    13. collector123, 10 years ago
      cool i think about £60
    14. Michelle, 10 years ago
      I have that same exact lunch box. I took it to an antique store and couldn't find any information on it.

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