|The picture below shows a larger view of all (11) 1964 - 1965 New York World's Fair Advertising and Souvenir Paper Items in this lot. This is an accumulated lot with a variety of items. Included here are the following:|
There is a United States Pavilion brochure or flier from the Franklin National Bank of New York. It has “America ...Past, Present, Future – A Program In Five Parts” including 1.Voyage To America 2.Exhibit Hall Of The Great Society 3. American Conquests – Sea – Land – Space 4. Library / USA and 5. Hall Of Presidents. The brochure has some wear and tear.
Next there is an 8'' x 10'' black & white photograph of the Unisphere, fountains, and people. It has some edge wear and an upper right corner crease.
There is a ticket envelope from the Worcester County National Bank. It pictures the Unisphere and has advertising on both sides.
There is a “Lake Amusement Area Fun At The Fair Money Scrip” booklet. This is only the covers and there is no Fair Money left inside. This was from The Chemical Bank New York Trust Company. It pictures the Unisphere and has advertising on all four pages.
There is a miniature Newsweek magazine “Visitors Guide To The New York World's Fair”. It pictures the Unisphere and has advertising for Sinclair Gasoline and the Sinclair “Dinoland” dinosaur exhibit. It has some wrinkling and in the picture below the bottom right corner tip is creased up.
Next there is a small booklet from the Lutheran Laymen's League called “Bringing Christ To The Nations”. It as some print inside and on the back as well as maps from around the world.
There are (3) unused Rheingold's “Little Old New York” cardboard beer coasters with a lampost.
There is a ½ Gallon Liquid Bonnie Fluff paper label. It advertising for the World's Fair and it has a 25 cent discount coupon for the Walter's International Wax Museum at the Fair.
The final or last item in this lot is a New York State Exhibit Souvenir Special Events Program. It is shown folded in the picture below. It is also two sided. It has a Jetson's looking exhibit building and an image of Lieutenant Governor Malcolm Wilson.
All of these items for one price! To judge the sizes the Unisphere photograph measures 8'' x 10''. These items appear to range from fair to mint condition as pictured and described above.