Gifts 60th Birthday Party Celebrate Year 1953
It's a collection of candy that most people will remember growing up with, and will surely bring back childhood memories of trips to the penny candy store!
The 60th birthday gift is filled with forty kinds of retro candy including:
Giant Taffy, Good & Plenty, Chuckles, Dots, Candy Cigarettes, Boston Baked Beans, Red Hots, Bubble Gum Cigar, Candy Necklace, Fun Dip, Chiclets, Bubble Gum Cigarettes, Lifesavers, Pixy Stix, Zotz, Sugar Daddy Jr., Rock Candy Swizzle Stick, Teaberry Gum, Violets, Wax Lips, Wax Bottles, Candy Buttons on Paper, BB Bat, Bonomos Turkish Taffy, Atomic Fireballs, Bit-O-Honey, Chick-O-Stick, Coconut Long Boy, Root Beer Barrels, Mary Janes, Necco Wafers, Lemonheads, Sweetarts, Smarties, Jujyfruit, Candy Lipstick, Dubble Bubble Gum, Gold Mine Gum, Now & Later, and Squirrel Nut Zippers.
Give the sixty year old a reason to celebreate 1953 at their 60th birthday party with this fun gift of retro candy childhood memories!
Do you have memories of retro candy that you'd like to share?
Retro Candy Memories
Jazziegirl of Lumberton, TX remembers: "I loved going to the gas station with my dad--he would always give be a Ben Franklin half dollar. That fifty cent piece would buy me a soda pop, bag of chips, and a whole bag of penny candy. Now those were the days."
Joao C. of Vineyard Haven, MA remembers: "My memories of 50s include soda pop,the Brazilian soccer team of 58 and many more."
Stanley G. of Wilmington, DE remembers: "Running to the penny candy shop with a dime, saving the last nickel for a cola on the way home...bought swizzlers and used them as a straw...maybe got a bubble gum chew for the walk home...my how far a dime went!"
Charles B. of Antrim, NH reminisces about the 50s: "I remember going to the movie theatre when it cost just 15 cents to get in! And I clearly remember going up to the glass counter and buying NECCO wafers to eat because they would last the entire two movies! I would pop one in my mouth and wait to see what flavor it was.When I think of the movies I think of NECCO wafers."
Tonya S. of Tampa, FL wrote: "I remember getting 2 cent chunky's and penny candy back in the day. I came from a family of 15 children, so we would all take trips to the local candy store and get our penny candy nearly every day! I remember having to work hard for a nickel by doing chores around the house, and getting a HUGE bag of candy for all that hard work!"
Customer Reviews of Retro Candy Box for 60th Birthday
Rozann K. of Cambridge, MA wrote: "Arrived almost as soon as I placed my order."
Robert M. of Troy, Il wrote: "Great item for the birthday girl. Thanks."
Paul J. of Chicago, IL wrote: "Bought this item for my Aunt's 60th Birthday and it was a hit. Her and all my other relatives roughly the same age were excited as if they were kids again to see the vintage candy they grew up on."
William L. wrote: "It was the PERFECT gift for an old school mate I recently re-connected with."