Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Vintage Crackers

I found some things that I had never heard of until today when I chose the topic for today on vintage crackers.  The snowflake crackers with the swastika really surprised me...yet there it was.  LOL!  I am sharing a few photos of crackers from days gone by and hope to spur your memories.  
I laughed when I saw the people crackers for dogs.  :)

Thanks for visiting me today, and I look forward to hearing your memories.  Please click on the "comments" link at the end of my post to share.


  1. What a lovely collection. I have really enjoyed them, thank you.

  2. Great vintage boxes and ads. And, your header photos are great!

  3. Kim Stanley Lawyer5:03 PM

    My grandchildren love the old fashioned animal crackers that have been on the market since way before I was born in 1955. I enjoy watching them choose which animals they like best, & then imitate those animals.

  4. Thanks for your comment on my blog! The people crackers for dogs really IS funny! Guess they are Postmen,etc. ;-) Surprised by the swastika, too! Love your header!

  5. Interesting blog Linda
    For Dorothy's information.
    The Swastika is an ancient Eastern symbol.
    See here:

    I will look you up again.
    Colin (HB) Brisbane, Australia.


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