|The picture shows a view of all (21) Small Old African, Native, & Black Americana Items in this lot. This lot contains a variety of items from different time periods. Some of these appear to be from a Polynesian culture as well.|
There are some different tribal mask charms that came from 1960s gum ball machines. One looks like one of the Easter Island heads. There are three old metal coated black man heads. One is a clothing button and two are charms from 1950s gumball machines. There are three metal gollywog pins that also came as prizes in old gum ball machines. They have loops at the top to also use them as charms.
There is an African man or mask metal toy ring. There is an African man MPC playset figure and a plastic shield. There is a metal shield charm that may be Aborigine. There is a tiny black hand charm (missing a loop). There is a black mace face puzzle with a steel ball. There is a black man with a turban charm. There is a black woman or mammy flat charm. There is a black face with a hat on a basket. There is a leather loop on the back to hang it. The last item in this lot is an ''Apartheid'' pin back button.
To judge the sizes the pinback button measures 1-3/4'' wide. These items appear to range from very good to mint condition as pictured.