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(23) Small Colorful Nautical Lighthouse Items
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(23) Small Colorful Nautical Lighthouse Items
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The picture below shows a larger view of all (23) Small Colorful Nautical Lighthouse Items in this lot. These items are not dated and the years that they were made are unknown. This is an accumulated lot with a variety of itms. Included inthis lot are the following:

There is a square ceramic trivet or drink coaster that has (4) images of old lighthouses. The back has cork to protect surfaces. They are named and dated:

CAPE HATTERAS – 1870
PORTLAND HEAD – 1787
BODIE ISLAND – 1872
BOSTON HARBOR - 1716

There ia a clear plastic 3D figurine with a lighthouse, seagulls, a sailing ship, a fence, grasses, rocks, and water. The 3-D image was created by drilling and carving into the back.

The tallest item here is a lighthouse that goes in a fish aquarium. It is by “HARTZ”. It is painted, and it has colorful plastic beads inside the light area. There is a spot at the bottom to connect a small hose or tube to ceate bubbles.

There are (7) colorful hard plastic light house refrigerator magnets. Of the seven, there are three designs and/or colors.

There are (4) other different magnets. One of these is imprinted metal. One is imprinted rubber. Two appear to be made of a molded resin material, and those are painted.

Metal one - © MEDS MAPS, MADE IN CANADA:
LIGHTHOUSES OF MARTHA’S VINYARD
CAPE POGUE
EDGARTOWN
GAY HEAD
EAST CHOP
WEST CHOP

Rubber one - © MCL MADE IN U.S.A.
BAR HARBOR, ME.

Resin one – KEY WEST THE OLD LIGHTHOUSE

Resin one – No markings with a partial Maine sticker on the back.

Next are (3) different miniature lighthouse with buildings figurines. These are molded and painted. Only one, the smallest one is marked:

NUBBLE LIGHT – CAPE NEDDICK, MAINE

There is a real tiny pewter lighthouse. It is marked “PEWTER” on the bottom.

There are two tiny lighthouse charms. One is made of a gold colored metal for a charm bracelet. The other is blue plastic and it was an old gum ball machine charm.

Next there are two small jewelry pins. One has a skrollwork type edge with a stone in the center that has a hand painted lighthose image. The other is an enameled pin with a lighthouse and a sailboat. It reads:

GREAT EASTERN
100 STRAIGHT

The final item in this lot is an advertising premium ink pen. It is green with gold color parts. It is marked as follows:

WORLD WIDE LIGHTHOUSE MISSIONS
DR. PHILIP SAUNDERS USA
THANK YOU

All twenty-three of these items for one price! To judge the sizes the square trivet or drink coater measures about 3-11/16'' x 3-5/8'' x 5/16''. These items appear to be in mint condition as pictured.

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(23) Small Colorful Nautical Lighthouse Items


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