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  1968 Official MLB Magnetic game Lunch Box
 
1968 MLB Magnetic game Lunch Box and Thermos
1968 MLB Magnetic game Lunch Box and Thermos
Item Details
  • CIRCA - 1968
  • MANUFACTURER - King-Seeley Thermos Co.
  • SIZE -   6 3/4" x 8 3/4" x 4"
  • PRICE GUIDE - $75.00-$150.00
    (with game pieces & Thermos)
    $25.00-$40.00 without game pieces
    Excellent-Near Mint condition
  • GAME PIECES - Magnetic spinner, 4 red Magnetic 1/4" discs

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NOTES:
 
    This 1968 Magnetic Game Lunch Kit was made by the King-Seeley Thermos Co., under license for the MLBPA - Major League Baseball Players Association. The front of the lunch box features an artistic illustration of a player with Boston Red Sox uniform colors, sliding into third base, a third baseman with Yankee pinstripe uniform colors, and an umpire gesturing a safe call. The top left has a modified MLBPA-MLB logo with the word "OFFICIAL" above it. To the right reads "MAGNETIC GAME LUNCH KIT" the bottom has a 1968 Copyright for the MLBPA.

 The sides depict a Orioles like batter on one side, and a likeness of a Cincinnati pitcher on the other. The bottom panel has a second baseman with a Yankee like uniform along with the interlocking NY, and a Boston Red sox like uniformed player sliding into second. The top with the lunch box handle and lid fastener has a generic pitcher with Philadelphia Phillies colors. The Yellow and green infield featured on the back of the lunch box is the "Playing Field" for the game. The official MLBPA logo is located to the top left with a scoreboard to the right.

The bottom left features the instructions: "The Rules of Major League baseball apply. Each team is allowed three outs to their half of each inning. The team scoring the highest number of runs at the end of nine innings is the winner. In the event of a tie, play continues into extra innings. Players choose teams. Visiting team will spin first. Home Team spins last. Players must spin again when the spinner stops on a line. Players take turns using magnetic pieced as base runners."

The magnetic game pieces are very rare and includes a spinner, and 4 red Magnetic 1/4" discs,, that came in a heat sealed plastic bag. Inside the lunch box houses the Thermos, capped off with a cup. It pictures the same third base sliding scene featured on the front of the lunch box.


 
 
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