Remember these old McCormick-Schilling spice racks from the ’60s?

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McCormick spice rack from 1964

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McCormick-Schilling spices: Why can’t they stay put? (1964)

What McCormick-Schilling Gourmet Spices do to and for foods is so intriguing, it’s no wonder they’re always in use!

Sure they’re beautiful, decorative on the spice rack — but they’re practical, too. Find out for yourself. As a start, try 24 of the world’s finest spices. (There are 72 more.)

Get an antiqued finish spice rack! Details in recipe folder at your store’s McCormick-Schilling Gourmet Spice Department.

McCormick in the East / Schilling in the West

Old McCormick-Schilling spice racks from the 60s

Spices shown:

Black pepper
Poultry seasoning
Minced onion
Charcoal seasoning
Curry powder
Fancy cloves
Ground mustard
Parsley flakes
Cayenne pepper
Stick cinnamon
Garlic salt
Bell pepper flakes
Bay leaves
Red pepper

Dozens of kitschy '70s kitchen accessories your mom or grandma probably used to have

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