Leave It To Beaver Collectible Magazines, Misc
Check Book Cover: From 1984 with a clear plastic cover. I think some bank was giving these out as a promo.
Cadbury’s Chocolate Tin, Made at the time of the show in the 1950’s. Pretty rare.
Sketch pad, Another rare beast, they didn’t make many of these.
Lighter, Produced by an independent company.
Arcade Card, 5 3/8″ by 3 3/8″ Arcade Photo Card, black & white. Photo Card is surplus stock from Kennywood Park (near Pittsburgh). Vending machines for these types of photo cards were removed from the Arcade in the early 1980’s. Don’t know if any where made of other cast members. Also, it’s interesting that Tony’s signature isn’t like his other autographs.
Lunch Box:There was no lunch boxed based upon Leave It to Beaver produced at the time of the show. However, the lunch box Beaver used on the show was an off-the-shelf lunch box from a department store, produced in quantity. This lunch box has become a collector item. A fan who has one describes this lunch box as, “Mine has a white plastic handle and is like a little suitcase with the stitching (in white on a “phony” leather cornering. Inside I can barely see the stamping “Thermos Brand Products” “The American Thermos Products Co.” He paid $75 for it in 1997
Playbill for “Here Today” by George Oppenheimer’s, ” from 1968. This was a regional play in the Chicago area. Tony Dow is on the bill.
Cling wrap to hang on a window. About 8×10 in size.
Another window cling wrap, As if that joke has never been played before.
Mouse Pad. Just about any image is available on a mouse pad, so this is no exception.
Light switch covers
Some people think the lad in this old puzzle is Jerry Mathers, perhaps with Suzie, his younger sister. While it certainly looks like Jerry Mathers, I don’t think it’s him. You decide.
Inkpad of the Beav.
A pinwheel, with Motif from the Leave It To Beaver movie, but who else would know?
Mugs, You can buy some of these at Celebrity Fotos Online
Shot Glasses with the family portrait.
Another (double) light switch cover.
Some artist composed this character and was reselling the prints