|The picture shows a view of all (48) Old Metal and Plastic Cowboy Related Miniature Novelty Toy and Souvenir Items in this lot. There is a wide variety of small cowboy items here. Included in this lot are the following:|
There are (9) 1950s plastic gumball machine prize charms including a cowboy, (2) cowboys on horses, a cowboy head in rope, (2) different western saddles, a cowboy boot, a cowboy hat, and rope.
There are (7) miniature plastic cowboy playset figures, and a loose head from one.
There are (5) metal cowboys on horses figures. These are monopoly game pieces. One is missing the base.
Next there is an old three part plastic padlock. It has an images of a cowboy and a horse. It is made of yellow, blue, and green hard plastic. The lock was made in Hong Kong. There is no key.
There are (7) metal charms including (3) different revolver pistol guns, (2) different cowboy hats, a cowboy on a horse, and and enameled cowgirl charm.
There are (4) metal pins. One is a cowboy hat, and the other (3) are cowboys. One is enameled, and one appears to be missing the bottom half and a stone.
Next there are (2) different small metal neckerchief slides. One has a horseshoe and four leaf clovers, and the other has a cowboy on a bucking horse.
There are (4) old clothing buttons. (2) metal ones are marked ''Pacific Trail'', and another metal one has a cowboy on a bucking horse. The fourth one is plastic and it is of a cowboy hat.
Also included is a miniature metal cowboy hat, a plastic gun belt with holster, and a pin back button marked ''GO WEST''.
There are (2) advertising souvenir plastic swivel sticks or drink stirrers. These have rodeo cowboys on bucking horses. They are both marked ''JIM CLARK LIQUORS - 7226 CHOCOLATE BAYOU RD.''. One is red and is missing the tail, and the other one is pink.
Next is an old advertising souvenir magnet. It has rodeo cowboy on bucking horse and it is marked ''WILD WEST CITY - NETCONG, N.J.''. Part of the first ''W'' is missing.
The final (2) items in this lot are matching advertising wooden nickels. They are imprinted on both sides and there is an image of a cowboy holding a sign. These are both marked as follows:
PIKES PEAK OR BUST RODEO
COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO.
AUGUST 5 - 9 1980
6 TO 8:30 A.M.
All of these items for one price! To judge the sizes the wooden nickels each measure 1-1/2'' wide. These items vary in condition as pictured and mentioned above.