|The picture below shows a larger view of all (27) Small Colorful Pizza Hut Restaurant Employee & Advertising Items in this lot. This is an accumulated lot from many sources. Some of these items are dated and others are not. Included in this lot are the following items:
There is a large ©1999 Flicker or lenticular advertising pin back button. It features an old Pizza Hut roof logo and is marked as follows:
KIDS’ NIGHT AT PIZZA HUT
©1999 PIZZA HUT, INC.
There is a colorful unused 1988 Pizza Hut Easter Seals advertising embroidered cloth patch. It has a gold Easter Lily flower a badge shaped emblem with a snowmobile, and the Pizza Hut roof logo. It is marked:
FEB. 5, 6. 7
16th NHSA RIDE IN (New Hampshire Snowmobile Association)
1973 – 1988
There is an unopened and unused metal certificate ribbon two year employee pin. It has the roof logo and it is marked:
There is a metal Pizza Hut jewelry award part. We are not sure what it was for. There is a hole at the top that is believed to be for a stone or diamond. It has the Pizza Hut roof logo and it is marked on the two sides as follows:
1/20 10KT GF (gold filled)
There is an old Pizza Hut advertising wooden nickel token coin. One side has a Native American Indian head, and the other has the Pizza Hut roof logo. The two sides are marked:
DRIVE UP WINDOW
PIZZA HUT ®
Next is a Pizza Hut advertising postcard. It has a name and a Farmington, New Hampshire address printed on it but it was never mailed. The postcard is not dated, but the Pizza Hut Pete advertising character was used by the Pizza Hut restaurants from 1958 to 1967. The card has twi interior images and an exterior image with Pizza Hut Pete on the roof, twice on the building side, and again on the advertising sign. On the back he appears as well with a special “2 for the price of 1” pizza deal.
There are (2) different Pizza Hut gift cards. One is on a card, and the other is not. The cards appear to be unused. We do not know if there is any credit on these, or not, so please assume that there is not. If there is consider it a bonus for you.
There are (9) cards that are motel / hotel Pizza Hut advertising key cards. There are (3) from “Days Inn”, (2) from “Comfort Suites”, (1) from Radisson Hotels & resorts, (1) from Regency Inn, and (2) from an unnamed hotel or motel.
There are (6) Pizza Hut advertising magnets. When new, these would have had coupons or special deals attached. The magnet section would be put on your refrigerator to remind you to call when you wanted pizza. One of these has locations and numbers for New Hampshire, and Vermont. The other (5) have the number for old Rochester, New Hampshire locations.
The final (4) items in this lot are numbered paper cards that ©1995 Pizza Hut / Sprint long distance phone cards came on. The actual cards are not with them.
All twenty-seven of these Pizza Hut advertising items for one price! To judge the sizes the embroidered cloth patch in the center measures about 4-3/8'' x 3-3/8''. These items appear to range from excellent to mint unused condition as pictured.