9 ‘Mad Men’ Props Straight From the 1960’s You Can Own

By February 11, 2018 No Comments

Mad Men is one of the greatest shows of all time. And one of the coolest aspects of it was how well it captured the 1960’s. If you’re a fan of the show, then you’re probably looking for some items to turn your home into a Don Draper hangout pad. If that’s the case, here are nine items straight from the Mad Men set that we’re selling right here at Screenbid.

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Vintage Alarm Clock

Today, most people probably just use their smartphones as their alarm clock. But there’s something awesome about an old school alarm clock. So why not use one straight from the Mad Men set.

Oreos and Planters Peanuts

You can instantly recognize Oreo packaging whenever you go to the store. But back in the 1960’s, Oreos looked much different. These old school snack packaging are sure to impress any snack connoisseurs.

Triscuits Box

Triscuits are still a super popular appetizer at parties. Why not dump out your new box of Triscuits into this old school box from the Mad Men set to impress your friends?

Jolly Time Popcorn

Getting ready to binge-watch Mad Men for the fifth time? Why not enjoy some popcorn in these 1960’s popcorn bags used on the show’s set!

Milk Duds and Juicy Fruit

Who wouldn’t want to display some old school candy boxes? You can show your friends how Milk Duds packaged their products during the 1960’s. The font is actually pretty similar.

Prager Lager Beer Coasters

If you’re into retro coasters, these Prager Lager ones from the 1960’s will add a little Mad Men vibe to your house.

Avon Candles

On the show, Peggy and Joan worked hard to woe an Avon executive to give them business. Perhaps they worked on a campaign that helped sell some of these candles!

Bachman’s Pretzels

On the show, Don helped created an ad campaign for Utz’s potato chips. And while we can’t get you any of those, we can offer you these Bachman Pretzels with packaging straight from the Mad Men era.

Lily Cups

When the employees of Sterling, Cooper, Draper, Pryce were not enjoying a morning whiskey, they often chugged coffee to get through the day. These Lily Cups from the 1960’s were the only way for them to enjoy their beverages.

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