|The pictures show a front and back view of all (10) Old State of Massachusetts Advertising & Souvenir Items in this lot. This is a bulk lot that has been acquired or accumulated over time from many different sources. These all appear to be older metal items with a few having an enameled area. Included are the following:|
There are (3) state shaped pins. One may be a 1933 political pin. It is marked ''MASS. '33''. The other two are identical. They are marked ''MASSACHUSETTS'' and ''© AVON''.
There is an old brass uniform button with the Massachusetts State Seal. It was from the ''Waterbury Button Co.''.
There is a 1936 tricentennial medal pin from Scituate, Massachusetts. The pin is missing from the back but it can be easily replaced. The coin shaped coin has a Native American Indian and a settler. It reads ''300th Anniversary 1636 - 1936, Town of Scituate Massachusetts Incorporated 1636''. On the back ''Robbins Co. Attleboro''.
Old medal coin with charm loops. This was attached to something at one time. It has not been tested but it may be made of silver. One side has a raised image of Paul Revere on a horse and the other has Faneuil Hall in Boston. The two sides are marked ''Paul Revere's Ride 1775'' and ''Faneuil Hall''.
Next is a tiny old Bunker Hill Monument advertising souvenir charm bracelet charm. This one may also be made of silver. It has an image of the monument and is marked ''Bunker Hill Monument Boston, Mass.''.
There is a tiny old pin with the State of Massachusetts state seal in the center and a scroll border.
There is a small old sterling silver pin with the Massachusetts state seal in the center and a maroon enameled ring. It is marked ''M.W.D.C. Affiliate - Sterling''
The last item in this lot is another small pin. It is marked ''Mass.'' pin with the state seal in the center.
All of the items that are pictured are included for one price! To judge the sizes the brass clothing button in the center measures 7/8'' wide. These items appear to be in excellent or better condition as pictured except for the pin that need to be replaced.