Aladdin Bobby Sherman lunchbox


2015-06-26 11:12:46

Aladdin Bobby Sherman lunchbox

The Aladdin Bobby Sherman lunchbox is a vintage lunchbox featuring the popular U.S singer and actor Bobby Sherman.


Bobby Sherman is a popular U.S singer and actor who found fame in the late 1960s and early 1970s. After recording with Decca during the mid 1960s, he found international fame in 1969 with his role of Jeremy Bolt on the ABC television series Here Come the Brides.

He went on to record five gold singles, and five gold albums, along with performing across the United States and appearing on other television shows including The Partridge Family and The Monkees.

Sherman is the only male solo recording artist to ever appear on a vintage lunchbox, which was produced by Aladdin Industries in 1972.

The Aladdin Bobby Sherman lunchbox

The box has pink borders and a white handle, with graphics featuring illustrations and photographs on each panel.

The front of the box has a large close-up photograph of Sherman, set against a red background covered in pink, yellow and blue hearts with his name in the bottom right-hand corner.

The back of the box features a photograph of Sherman sat holding an acoustic guitar, with a printed inscription and signature in the top right-hand corner. The left hand side of the panel features a list of personal information about Sherman, detailing his family, birth date, birth place, eye colour, hair colour, height, weight, T.V shows, gold records and pets.

The side panels feature a number of photographs of Sherman against a blue background with gold records, and the thermos flask features the same graphics as the front of the box.

How much is an Aladdin Bobby Sherman lunchbox worth?

The relative rarity and uniqueness of this box means it is sought after by collectors. Unused, mint-condition boxes complete with their flasks and tags have previously sold on eBay for $175, with top-condition boxes reaching up to $100 individually.

Good-condition used boxes can be found for $25 - $50 depending on wear and tear, with average and scratched boxes available for less than $15.

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