Exceptional surviving box of Post Sugar Crisp cereal, circa 1955, featuring Ted Williams on the reverse. Williams was the celebrity endorser for a collection of Major League patches that were given away with a redemption offer, which could be obtained by remitting two box tops and a quarter. The box remains stuffed full of the "candy-coated puffed wheat" (can you imagine a breakfast product marketed that way today?!), the original wrapping still surrounding the box. Graphics are bright and colorful, a slight bit of toning evident throughout, as are some dings and dents, particularly at the corners. Still, an unusual piece, featuring one of the greatest players of all-time, during the height of his commercial endorsing power.