Vintage Boxes to Get You in the Holiday Spirit

12/15/2017

There’s something about the holidays that always brings a sense of nostalgia. The snowy scenery, delicious smells, and warm camaraderie all seem to transport us back to the “good old days” spent with our families and loved ones. 

With the holiday season in full swing, we want to spread that nostalgic cheer by sharing a few pieces from PPC’s collection of vintage rigid boxes. By our initial research, these boxes were manufactured from the 1950s all the way back to the late 1800s! (Did you know there’s a specific type of nostalgia called “historical nostalgia” where people feel a longing for a time period they didn’t live in?)

Take a look and see what paperboard packaging was like in “the good old days.”

Do you know a history and/or packaging fanatic who might want to help us do more research on these historical boxes? Please reach out and let us know!

 

 

 

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