The holiday season is here! To celebrate, we went into our archives and dug up some toys of holidays past. These have been added to our expansive collection over the years, dating back as far as the 1950s. How many do you recognize?
A fun addition around the tree or to play conductor, this train set from the 1980s features a complete train of our brands, including Campbell’s, Swanson, SpaghettiOs and V8, a track, electric controls and signs.
These two cars were released in the 1990s and early 2000s and feature our Pepperidge Farm and Pace brands.
A special edition Barbie doll from 1999, the doll features an insulated container of Campbell’s Alphabet Soup and package of Goldfish.
Get twisted with this limited-edition Snyder’s of Hanover skateboard.
Cruise down the sidewalk in this 1950s-inspired Campbell’s wagon that came out in 2003.
Manufactured in the 1950s, the set mirrors ones used in chuckwagons that stored and transported food and cooking equipment on the prairies of the United States and Canada in the 1800s. The set includes six miniature cans of Campbell’s soup, pans, bowls, napkins and a cookbook.
From the Chunky dog to TheO, cozy up with these plush companions.
Alphabet Suzie came out in 2002 and features a denim jumper and shirt printed with alphabet letters, a bowl of alphabet soup, battery-operated “spelling, talking, rhyming” spoon, and, of course, a can of Campbell’s Alphabet Soup.
Curious to see what else is in our archives? Visit our history page.
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