So you've got a '54 Lone Ranger box and you're greedily salivating,
wondering if you can sell it for a fortune?
not. True, some go for the big bucks: a Jetsons domed box that went
for $3000 during the go-go 1980s, for example. Other rare or sought-after
ones, like the 1973 Action Jackson in mint condition could be worth
$550, or the '66 Beatles, $400, or the '62 Bullwinkle, perhaps $800?
those kinds of prices are uncommon and the price guides are often written
by box retailers setting the price they'd charge with profit markup,
so you have to consider them the high end. Most boxes from the 50's
onward, though, are not going to make you rich
maybe net you something between $10 and $100.
you're in luck, if you're the hypothetically seller we started with:
A 1954 Lone Ranger with a blue band lunch box in mint condition, is
valued at $475.
you ready? You've priced your Lone Ranger, and need to pay the mortgage?
Or maybe you're looking for a piece of your lunch-toting childhood.
Very soon you'll be able to buy and sell in our Classified Ads section.