|The pictures below show larger views of all (29) Small Old Cape Cod Massachusetts Advertising and Souvenir Items in this lot. The first picture shows all of the items except for the photo slides which are all in the second picture. This is an accumulated lot with a variety of items. These are not dated, but all of them are old. Included in this lot are the following items:|
There is a large advertising souvenir dinner plate. It is imprinted in blue on white ceramic. There are a couple small edge chips at about the 2:00 and 8:00 positions. These are probably from someone using a metal plate hanger. There are (7) images including:
CAPE COD MASSACHUSETTS – CAPE COD BAY & NANTUCKET SOUND
ASTHAM WIND MILL
CAPE COD COTTAGE
CAPE COD CANAL
There are several different miniature porcelain advertising souvenir items. These include a plate, a teapot with a lid, and a tea cup. The plate has a windmill image. The tea pot has a lighthouse with house, and the teacup has a bridge. Each is marked:
Next there is a small or miniature old folk art advertising souvenir whirlygig. It is of a green & white painted wood lighthouse. It has a propeller that spins. On the front it is marked:
There are (4) different old miniature collector spoons. Two of these are enameled. One has a hanging charm, and one has a colorful image. In the order pictured, these are as follows:
Enameled shield shape with Cape Cod, Massachusetts, Hyannis, Plymouth, Plymouth Rock, Ships & Light House.
Enameled shield shape with Light House & map in bowl. MARTHA’S VINEYARD, MASS.
Hanging shovel charm. CAPE COD MASS. In bowl.
Colorful rocky sea coast image & Martha’s Vinyard map in bowl. MARTHA’S VINEYARD.
There is a small metal medallion that most likely was on an advertiusing souvenir at one time. It has an image of Cape Cod and it is marked “SANDWICH HOLLOWS – CAPE COD”.
Next is an old black plastic advertising drink swizzle stir stick. It is marked:
CAPE COD, MASS.
There are (3) 1985 Heritage Plantation of Sandwich Museum advertising tickets. Two of these (green ones) are attached to a portion of a scrapbook page. One has a May 16, 1985 hand written date.
There are (3) different old unused Cape Cod, Massachusetts postcards. One is a linen card. These are marked:
FISHING FLEET IN THE HARBOR PROVINCETOWN, MASS.
PROVINCETOWN, CAPE COD, MASS. BOSTON BOAT LANDING AT TOWN PIER.
CHURCH OF THE HOLY SPIRIT, MONUMENT ROAD, ORLEANS, MASS.
The final (12) items in this lot are all 1950s color photograph slides. Three of these have some writing on them. Those three read as follows:
OLDEST WIND MILL ON CAPE COD AT EASTLAN 9/56
CAPE COD CANAL OCT. 1957
All of these items for one price! To judge the sizes the large plate measures about 10-1/2'' wide. These items appear to range from good to mint unused condition as pictured. The large plate has a few small edge chips as mentioned above.