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Most People Agree, Children's Lunchboxes Were Better In The '60s

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Made of tin, metal or vinyl, these classic lunch boxes where what every kid used in the '60s to carry their lunches to school every day.

If you grew up in the '60s, you probably had one of these lunch boxes. Most of them came with a matching thermos, which was perfect for mom's soup, hot chocolate and even keeping milk cool.

There was just enough room to pack a peanut butter and jam sandwich, some ants on a log and maybe even a brownie, if you were the lucky kid with a mom who baked.

If you've still got your childhood lunch pail, you might want to have it checked out by an appraiser. This Beatles lunch pail from 1966 is worth about $1,600!

Before you go rummaging through your attic, check out the following pictures of popular lunchboxes from the '60s. Maybe you'll spot yours!

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