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This Mead Containers box is SOLID: clean, complete, square and sturdy -- and there is no un-original tape anywhere! A decent box for the silver-painted stamped-steel version of the 4-light floodlight tower sold only in 1952. Despite the imperfections, the box is presentable as it is clean, complete, fairly square and sturdy.
Flaws: missing all of the flaps on one end, small amount of un-original tape plus some minor discoloration from tape removal. Has the original insert (missing a small piece of one tab) and this box is still very useful as it is fairly clean, square and very sturdy. Has the original insert (liner) and this box is SOLID: clean, complete, square, sturdy and brick-like!
A tough box to find: we have had the 675 "Middle Classic" box before (for the 1952 model) but this is only the second 675 corrugated box we have ever had available for separate sale!
Various imperfections but the box is clean, complete and sturdy -- plus the 736W box is not an easy one to find!
Separate sale tender boxes are hard to come by; this is the first decent 736W box we have ever offered for sale separately.
The 746W box does not come on the market for sale separately very often; this one is decent as it is fairly clean, complete, square & sturdy. The box is very presentable as it has both end flaps and all four inner flaps plus it is fairly square & sturdy -- and there is no tape anywhere! Flaws: missing bottom end flap and both lower flaps on one end, tears, stains, creases, tape, tape residue. Even with those imperfections, this box is very useful as it is square and sturdy plus it can be repaired using cardboard from other more common Lionel boxes from that era.
A solid box: complete, fairly clean, square and sturdy plus there is no un-original tape anywhere! This is the first 2353 Santa Fe power unit box we have ever had available for separate sale!


A very hard box to find for a very hard piece to find: the 1954-55 box for the lighted ELIZABETH coach. The box is SOLID: complete, fairly clean, square and sturdy -- and there is no tape anywhere! Flaws: missing the tuck on one end flap and that end is taped shut, tears, creases, scuffs, stains. This unique box (which most collectors have never seen) provides a look at yet another Lionel oddity: Lionel never produced a car with the number "3364" on it but used that number to differentiate the unloading car with logs (actually called "poles" in the instruction sheet) from the one with helium tanks. Note: this is the shorter (9 inch) box from 1950-52 for the ATSF operating boxcar without steps! Flaws: one end flap is discolored and missing its tuck & that end is taped shut, tears, stains, creases, tape inside, scrapes, one side is faded, "period" price stamping. Flaws: tears, scrapes, creases, lots of tape (mostly inside), glue residue, writing, "aged" look, missing the "PUSH" tab. Lots of imperfections but this box is still very useful as it has both end flaps and all four inner flaps plus it is fairly clean, square and sturdy. We have never had a 6057 box available for separate sale before as the box is much harder to find than the caboose! The box is much harder to find than the caboose; it is the first 6119-75 box we have ever had available for separate sale. Flaws: a little water damage to part of one end flap and a small section nearby, tears, creases, wavy, discoloration, tape inside, glue residue, no insert. Lots of imperfections but the box is fairly clean and sturdy -- plus it has both end flaps and all four inner flaps; it will protect your caboose in storage and in shipping. The 6119-100 box is scarce and it is much harder to find than the caboose; only the second time we have ever had this box available for separate sale! Flaws: missing the tuck (and a small piece) on one end flap and that end is taped shut, two un-original inner flaps on the same end, tears, creases, amateur repairs, lots of tape. Not exactly pretty looking but the box has both end flaps and all four inner flaps; it will protect the caboose in shipping and in storage.
Various imperfections and still this box is decent as it is fairly clean, square and sturdy!


Flaws: repro inner flaps on one end, tears, creases, scrapes, writing, glue residue, tape inside.
An old store price sticker provides a glimpse of the history of this item: it once contained a boxcar that was originally sold by Treasure House Hobbies, a store located at 236 W.
The box is actually numbered "6464-735" but it is the correct box for the orange 6464-725 New Haven boxcar as Lionel had erroneously printed all boxes as "6464-735" and never corrected the mistake -- a bit of confusion from the end of the postwar era. A few imperfections but this box has both end flaps and it is sturdy; it will protect your car in shipping and in storage. Flaws: missing the tuck on one end flap & a piece of one nearby side and that end is taped shut, missing a small piece of the other end flap, tears, creases, lots of tape, panel partially separated, "period" writing. This is the first overstamped 6555 box we have ever had available for separate sale and this one is very presentable as it is clean, square & sturdy plus it has both end flaps and all four inner flaps -- and there is no tape anywhere!
This group will include the Postwar variety as well as more current and prototypical versions.
Based on this, I believe that the orange body was stripped at some point in the distant past. Only the second time we have ever offered a 2435 box in collector-quality condition; it is a box that is rarely offered for sale separately! Despite the laundry list of imperfections, this box is still quite useful as it is square & sturdy; it will protect your car in shipment and in storage.
A strong box: clean, square and sturdy plus it has both end flaps and all four inner flaps -- and there is no tape anywhere! This one is only the second preprinted 6162-110 box we have ever had available for separate sale!
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