Lone Ranger Lunch BoxThere are several colorful Lone Ranger lunch boxes for you to collect.
Perhaps the most popular one collected today is this metal box made in 1980. It originally came with a plastic thermos as shown in this picture showing one of the main sides:
The Lone Ranger and Tonto are racing on their horses to adventure, and they have their guns drawn in anticipation of action.
Here is the other side of the lunch box with a close up picture and in the background is a smaller picture of our heroes.
The date and title of this box correspond with the movie "The Legend of the Lone Ranger." The movie received poor reviews from critics and poor reviews from the few people who saw it. The movie was a bomb that did not make back its budget. But its lunch box lives on!
Here are the four, colorful and detailed sides of the box:
The scenes show Tonto finding and taking care of a wounded John Reid. He then brings Reid back to his village where he is taken care of and learns additional skills he will find useful as the Lone Ranger.
This older lunch box was made in 1954 by Adco and is a vintage collector's item, especially if you can find it in good condition.
One side shows the Lone Ranger galloping at a good speed on Silver.
The other side shows the Lone Ranger and Tonto on their horses Silver and Scout.
Along the side of the lunchbox is a depiction of the desert with several buffalo.
This antique lunchbox has been seen listed for $375!
In 2001 Cheerios celebrated its 60th anniversary with a deal including The Lone Ranger. The mini lunch box / commemorative tin measures about five inches wide and four one-inches in height.
It features the Lone Ranger and one side and a graphic of him and Tonto on the other. Along the side of the box is information about Cheerios and this:
A fiery horse with the speed of light, a cloud of dust and a hearty Hi-Yo Silver Away!
Through the years there have been a few other lunchboxes made.
This mini-lunch box is about six inches across and was made in 1998:
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