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Billyo9999

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http://www1.coe.neu.edu/~dan/milkes-MT/go.html 

Dan has a page for Milkes Mul T Toys with front and back of 1 of the boxes.  Here are 2 more.

Anyone have any others?

Mul T Toys - Grocery Store.jpg  Mul T Toys - Post Office.jpg

https://www.etsy.com/listing/481517807/pair-of-vintage-christmas-gift-boxes?show_sold_out_detail=1&ref=nla_listing_details 


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Found a couple more.  This makes 6 total.

https://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/vintage-christmas-lot-candy-box-425357145 

https://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/wonderful-folding-milkes-candy-1833487943 

Mul T Toys - Blue House.jpg  Mul T Toys - Fire Station.jpg 
Anybody good at Photo Shop merging?

Mul T Toys - Church1.jpg  Mul T Toys - Church2.jpg  Mul T Toys - Church3.jpg  Mul T Toys - Church4.jpg


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One more -

girls006.jpg  girls008.jpg 

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http://www.moviecard.com/gallery/uncat/mul-t-toys.html

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Milkes must have had a thing for the "Mul-T" phrase.  I recalled I had this card which is from a set they called Mul-T-Faces.  It's similar to the R88 Matchem set where you have to look at the diagram on the back to figure out how everything fits together.


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Interesting. Looks like an early concept of R87 Make Faces cards.

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Yes, it looks like this set and R87 and R88 are all pretty similar.
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Great stuff guys. Love the rare Milkes products
Here's Amelia by Milkes for Whistle soda drquizzem2.jpg

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That's really cool, Jim.  What do the backs look like?

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Found an example on WorthPoint.

https://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/vintage-whistle-soda-dr-quizz-em-495938589 

The picture of the backs is very small, so hopefully Jim will post a better image.

21-24b.jpg


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drquizz-em.jpg  drquizzem3.jpg
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