|The picture shows a view of all (15) Old New Hampshire Polar Caves Advertising Souvenir Items in this lot. These items are not dated but they are old. There is a variety of items here including the following:|
There is an old unused postcard folder that has (20) old images that include:
The Mysterious Hanging Boulder
Polar Caves Bob Cat
View From Top of The World's Largest Boulder
Famous Sugar House
Exit From Smuggler's Cave
Trout Pond on Trail To Caves
Entrance To Pharoah's Cave
Famous Lemon Squeezer In Smuggler's Pass
Spruce Tree Growing In ''Cool Off and Rest Cave''
Looking Out From King Solomon's Temple Under The Mysterious Hanging Boulder
Watch Dogs of The Caves
On Top of The World's Largest Boulder
World's Largest Known Boulder Weighing Over 55,000,000 Pounds
Needle's Eye Exit From Council Chamber
Indian Council Chamber
Exterior View of Cave Trip or ''Rock Garden of The Giants''
Gift Shop and Fountain
There is an old postcard. It has a two cent George Washington postage stamp and a message written in pencil. It was mailed from The Weirs, Laconia, New Hampshire to an East Lynn, Massachusetts address. The caption on the post card reads ''Entrance To Smuggler's Cave, The Polar Caves, Rumney, N.H.''
There is a six panel advertising brochure with pictures, information, and a map.
There is an old color photograph slide. It pictures an old ''Explore Polar Caves Plymouth, N.H.'' billboard. There are other billboards including ESSO Gasoline, Angelo's, Howard Johnson's, Banks Chevrolet, E. Cohen Steel Company (on a building), and a few others.
Next is a small imprinted frosted souvenir glass. It pictures a polar bear and boulders. It is marked ''The Hanging Boulder'', ''The Watch Dogs of The Caves'', and ''Polar Caves .. White Mountains N.H.''.
There is a 1976 porcelain or ceramic advertising souvenir deer toothpick holder with unopened color toothpicks. The front of the base reads ''Polar Caves New Hampshire''.
Last but not least there are (9) advertising souvenir tin tab buttons. These were made by the L. J. Imber Company of Chicago, Illinois. These have union marks and they reads as follows:
4 Miles West of Plymouth, N.H.
To judge the sizes the post card folder measures 6-1/4'' x 4-1/4''. These items appear to range from excellent to mint condition as pictured. One of the buttons is missing the tab.