The only thing better than getting a candy bar for one penny is getting it in a vintage wrapper. These classics were designed with bold colors and strong lines, and sometimes had offers for amazing gifts like steam engines for the cheap price of 15 cents. (What a steal!)

But what we really love about vintage candy bars are the brands that were available in the '20s through the '60s . Chocolate confections that went by the names of Hail and Munchies were sold alongside Hersheys and Krackel. A personal favorite of ours, in name alone, is the Sassy Sally candy bar.

We came across this amazing candy bar wrapper collection on the Candy Wrapper Archive site. While we loved seeing them, we sure wish we could get our hands on one of these vintage candy bars; we wouldn't mind taking a bite out of a Cool Breeze.

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  • 1920s Oh Henry

  • 1930s Baby Ruth

  • 1930s Cool Breeze

  • 1930s Dip

  • 1930s Hersheys

  • 1930s Oh Henry

  • 1931 Zero

  • 1935 Oh Henry

  • 1936 Hail Candy

  • 1936 Milkshake

  • 1936 Rain

  • 1940 Jiminy Cricket

  • 1940s Munchies

  • 1940s Sassy Sally

  • 1940s Taffee Giraffee

  • 1940s Tuppence

  • 1950s Buy Jiminy

  • 1960s ButterScotch

  • 1960s Jolly Jack

  • 1960s Krackel

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