|The picture below shows a larger view of all (8) Different Small Old Gum Ball Machine Toy Prizes with Colorful Plastic Capsules in this lot. These prizes are some that are more difficult to find. One of these is dated. They are from the 1950s to 1970. Each of these come with a color and clear plastic gumball machine screw capsule. Included here are the following:|
There is an accordion folded Comic Strip. The back of the accordion folded paper is shown at the bottom. This is a “JEANIE” Comic Strip by Selman Damong and Gill Fox. There are (13) folded panels with a teenage girl who is not exactly telling the truth about a date she is going on in New York City. The backs of the panels picture an ink pen in an ink bottle, and they each read “COMIC STRIPS INK”. This prize was “MADE IN U.S.A.” and it comes with its original metal paper clip.
There is a ©1970 miniature joke book. The front and back covers read “SILLY DILLIES” and “A MINI BOOK – MADE IN U.S.A. - ©1970 M. B. INC.”
Next is a miniature record album cover charm. It has a paper label on a plastic charm. It pictures a man playing an upright piano and it is marked on both sides “RCA VICTOR – FRANKIE CARLE PLAYS HONKY TONK PIANO”.
There is a ©1966 miniature Marvel comic book. The front and back covers read “THE MIGHTY THOR” and “MARVEL MINI BOOKS - © C.N.P. 1966 – CHICAGO 60641 – MADE IN U.S.A.”
There is a plastic “HOLY BIBLE” stanhope viewer charm. Inside the viewer charm is “THE LORD’S PRAYER”. It is by Cosmo, and it was made in Hong Kong.
There are some miniature playing cards. They are accordion folded cards with the (13) diamond suit cards. You would have to get four prizes to make a complete deck. It has the original small metal paper clip on them.
Next there are (5) miniature American play money bills. There is (1) $50 bill, (1) $20 bill, (2) $10 bills, and (1) $1 bill. These were made by the Eppy Company.
The final item in this lot are (9) accordion folded and perforated dominoes game pieces. These were also made by The Eppy Company, and they aso come with their original tiny metal paper clip.
All eight of these for one price! To judge the sizes the playing cards in the center measure about 5/8'' x 7/8''. These items appear to range from good to mint unused condition as pictured.