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(20) State of Connecticut Advertising & Souvenir Items
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The picture shows a view of all (20) State of Connecticut Advertising & Souvenir Items in this lot. This is a large bulk lot that has been acquired or accumulated over time from many different sources. Some are older items and some are newer. There are far too many items in this lot to describe each one individually, but some highlights of the items included here are as follows:

There is a 1935 school report on the Connecticut Tercentennial from a Naugatuck, Ct. high school student. It has many pages filled with information, pictures newspaper articles, postage stamps and more. It has a table of contents, a bibliography, and covers as well.

There are (4) embroidered cloth patches. (2) have a bass fish and are from Pachaug Pond Marina Campground in Griswold, One is a Connecticut Good Sams patch, and one is a Connecticut patch with a bird.

There is an unused drink coaster with a beach and sailing scene from The Shore and Country Club of Norwalk Connecticut.

Next there are (4) unused 1988 ruler bookmarks from the Connecticut Department of Transportation. Both sides are shown promoting using seat belts in cars.

Next is a small unused match book from Cobb's Mill of Weston and Westport. It has a map inside.

There is a 1939 Connecticut Fair advertising matchbook cover. It has no matches or striker. It says ''Don't Forget! Brooklyn Fair''. On the inside it lists, with 1939 dates for the following fairs in Connecticut:

Middlesex County 4-H Club Fair
Hamburg Fair
Bethlehem Fair
Hartford County 4-H Fair
Goshen Fair and Horse Show
Haddam Neck Fair and Horse Show
North Stonington Grange Fair
Wallingford Grange Fair
Woodstock Fair
Brooklyn Fair
Terryville Fair
Guilford Fair
Hazardville Fair
Chester Fair
Durham Fair
Harwinton Fair
Danbury Fair
Riverton Fair
Connecticut Sheep Breeders Association, Hartford February 1939

Next is a 1970 ''Jubilee Belle'' wooden nickel from the Wallingford, Connecticut Tercentenary.

There is a pinback button with a whale and (2) colorful Connecticut pogs.

The last four items in this lot are all advertising brochures. They are titled as follows:

Gillette Castle State Park
Southeastern Connecticut's Coast and Country
Connecticut Sampler
Better Yet Connecticut

All of the items that are pictured are included for one price! To judge the sizes the school research report measures 8-1/8'' x 10-1/2''. These items appear to range from excellent to mint unused condition as pictured.

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(20) State of Connecticut Advertising & Souvenir Items

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