Beatles metal lunchbox

Beatles lunchbox This metal lunchbox devoted to the Beatles was released by Aladdin between 1966 and 1967.

The front of the box features four painted portraits of the band members against a blue starry background; the back of the box shows the band playing at a show, wearing white jackets and black pants, against the same background. The side images are bordered in light blue, while the band shows the various instruments played by the group.

The thermos shows a slightly different scene of the band members playing in their white jackets. It has a light blue lid.

The images were painted by artist Elmer Lenhardt (after photographs).

This is one of the most popular lunchboxes of all time. Although not too difficult to find, it is in great demand by both lunchbox and Beatles collectors.

Value: A Beatles metal lunchbox in Mint (as new) condition might bring as much as $2,000.00.