People collect sweet wrappers either because it reminds them of fond memories or because they could become rare collectibles one day. But its not just the wrappers anything relevant to your most-loved sweets, especially if it becomes a retro favourite, could become a collectorâs item. Take Spangles sweets for example. For those who donât know, Mars Ltd in the United Kingdom between the 1950s and the early 1980s manufactured Spangles. It is distinguished by its rounded square shape with a circular depression on each face. It comes with a paper tube, with the individual sweets originally unwrapped but later came cellophane wrapped. Other than the wrappers, Spangles sweets also have vintage posters that are now being sold on online stores. The posters were originally meant as advertisement material, thatâs the reason why they carry the popular Spangles slogan âThe sweet way to go gay!â There are also the vintage posters that feature a boy rowing a boat full of fruits with a big Spangle tube wrapper with the tag line âCargo of fruity flavours!â This advertisement simply implies that inside a tube wrapper of Spangles sweets are candies that come in various flavours. But aside from vintage posters, you can also purchase the I Love Spangles retro badge or button pin and the Spangles sweets Robert Opie advertising postcard. Spangles sweets are considered one of the most famous sweets of all times, and they bring happy childhood memories to anyone who lived between the 1950s and 1980s.