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Postby C. » 19 Oct 2018, 17:54

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Postby joels344 » 19 Oct 2018, 17:56

1947?

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Postby GoogaMooga » 19 Oct 2018, 18:03

1962
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Postby Rayge » 19 Oct 2018, 18:07

1952?
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Postby C. » 19 Oct 2018, 18:13

One of you is right.

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Postby yomptepi » 19 Oct 2018, 18:19

beautiful pop art styling. Very pleasing. I would guess 1952 is right...
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Postby GoogaMooga » 19 Oct 2018, 18:21

I think my guess is the right one. I am quite familiar with the 60s.
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Pansy Puff wrote:My money is on Rayge. I call him "the human search Google for this image".
Or at least he knows how it works. ;)


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Postby sloopjohnc » 19 Oct 2018, 18:49

joels344 wrote:1947?


That would be my guess too. You could probably easily tell the box design change, post TV, when they could advertise and more conspicuous consumer consumption became rampant.
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Pansy Puff wrote:
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Pansy Puff wrote:My money is on Rayge. I call him "the human search Google for this image".
Or at least he knows how it works. ;)


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Postby toomanyhatz » 19 Oct 2018, 19:07

I too am going with Rayge's answer. Tony the Tiger was a much more fully-developed character by the late 60s, when I first got used to seeing him on TV. Can't imagine he was still that crudely-drawn by '62. But I don't think "Minimum Daily Requirements" was a thing in the 40s either.
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Postby sloopjohnc » 19 Oct 2018, 19:19

toomanyhatz wrote:I too am going with Rayge's answer. Tony the Tiger was a much more fully-developed character by the late 60s, when I first got used to seeing him on TV. Can't imagine he was still that crudely-drawn by '62. But I don't think "Minimum Daily Requirements" was a thing in the 40s either.


Good point.

I wonder how many "minimum daily requirements" Tareyton advertised?
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Postby Robert » 19 Oct 2018, 20:01

I am guessing 1947 too

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Postby C. » 19 Oct 2018, 20:20

GoogaMooga wrote:I think my guess is the right one. I am quite familiar with the 60s.


Not familiar enough...
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Postby Charlie O. » 20 Oct 2018, 00:10

GoogaMooga wrote:1962

My guess.
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Postby C. » 20 Oct 2018, 14:53

No!
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