31 Lunch Boxes From The 1970s That Are Worth A Lot Of Money

Time to dig through the attic because that old lunch box might be worth more than you think. Also, I need that Osmonds lunch box in my life. posted on

31. The Six Million Dollar Man, $49.99

30. Holly Hobbie, $49.99

29. Bee Gees: Robin Gibb, $69.99

28. Pelé, $69.99

27. Happy Days: The “Fonz”, $97.65

26. The Partridge Family, $99.00

25. Welcome Back, Kotter, $99.00

24. Hardy Boys Mysteries, $110.00

Look at the artistry on Parker Stevenson and Shaun Cassidy’s hair - that is worth the price alone.

23. Charlie’s Angels, $119.95

Sans Farrah Fawcett.

22. Happy Days, $119.99

21. Donny & Marie, $175.00

Is it just me or does the Marie on the thermos look more like an older Judy Garland?

20. Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In, $175.00

“Sock it to me!” were kids really watching Laugh-In?

19. Evel Knievel, $199.95

18. Bobby Sherman, $199.99

17. The Waltons, $240.00

16. The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams, $260.00

15. H.R. Pufnstuf, $265.00

14. KISS, $275.00

13. Superman, $280.00

12. Battlestar Galactica, $285.00

11. Lancelot Link, Secret Chimp, $315.00

10. Star Wars, $325.00

9. The Bugaloos, $325.00

8. Happy Children, $375.00

7. The Osmonds, $425.00

6. Blue Falcon and Dynomutt , $450.00

5. Scooby Doo, $454.30 (marked down from $649)

4. Ringling Brothers and Barnum Bailey Circus, $465.00

3. The Addams Family, $499.99

2. Little House on the Prairie, $895.00

1. Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids, $1,200.00

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