Food of the Eighties, Chocolate Coins
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These little delights were chocolate in the shape and mold of a coin. There were pennies, dimes, nickles, & quarters. Each coin was incased in a foil of the color of coin that they were and the chocolate was embossed to look like the coin. They came in milk chocolate only.
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Hannah - January 04, 2008 - Report this comment
I think that the only think special about this product is the wrapper. There are Disney wrappers also. Other tahn that, it's just plain milk chocolate.
casey - September 22, 2009 - Report this comment
still have them here in colorado.
David - May 05, 2013 - Report this comment
The thing I remember most about chocolate coins was when I received them in my Christmas stocking. They were encased in a mesh wrapping of some sort. Sigh...I miss the good old days. The '80s were the best times of my childhood. - December 24, 2013 - Report this comment
you can get all candy at the candy factory in Indiana Albanese Candy Factory in Merillville Indiana. You will be surprised what they carry.. I was and I live here.
Charlie - January 05, 2014 - Report this comment
I think these were popular in the 20's nevermind the 80's!
Isac - May 22, 2016 - Report this comment
I remember getting these for Christmas when I was 5 or 6. I loved them as a kid and to this day I still love them. Sure brings back memories.
Rob Lambert - May 20, 2017 - Report this comment
The Brach Candy company was among those that sold chocolate coins. Among the products were wrapped in gold or silver-colored foil, to resemble Spanish doubloons (pirate treasure). These specially-made treats now run about $8 a pound.

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