|The picture shows a view of all (19) Small Old Chevrolet Automobile Advertising and Premium Items in this lot. Many of these items are dated. Included here are the following items:|
There are (8) old advertising match packs. Some are unused and some are used, some have matches and some do not.
The first one advertises 1939 Chevrolet cars from Main Street Chevrolet Company of 560 Main Street in Wakefield, Massachusetts. It is used with no matches.
The second one is not dated but it is believed to be from the 1940s or 1950s. It is from Earl Davis Chevrolet of 140 Park Avenue East in Mansfield, Ohio. It is unused with all of the matches.
Third is advertising 1962 Chevrolets including Corvair, Chevy II, and Chevrolet Trucks. It comes from Lawson R. Yeo Chevrolet, Inc of 144 Elm Street in Amesbury, Massachusetts. It is used with about half the matches.
The fourth one advertises with a pocket watch ''CHEVY TIME '64'' 1964 Chevrolet cars including Chevelle, Corvair, Chevy II, Corvette, and Trucks. It comes from Wills & Hajek Chevrolet - Oldsmobile of 540 Main Street in Longmont, Colorado. It is unused but the matches section was removed.
The fifth, sixth, seventh, and eighth covers all come from Crest Chevrolet, Inc. of North Conway, New Hampshire. Two are not dated and two advertise 1983 Chevrolet cars. The one that is second from the right has half the matches and the other three are unused.
There is an advertising premium bottle opener advertising the ''Sweet, Smooth, and Sassy'' 1957 Chevrolet. It comes from Clark Chevrolet Corporation of 605 17th Street of Virginia Beach, Virginia.
There is an old ''CHEVROLET GENUINE PARTS'' employee uniform cloth patch. It appears to be unused but it has a tack hole at the top.
There is an old unused iron on cloth patch from Bob White's Chevyland ''Where Service Comes First''. The location is unknown,
Next there is a brass token coin that was probably a gas station premium. It has an image of a 1916 Chevrolet car on one side and the Chevrolet logo on the other. It is marked ''CHEVROLET ''490'' 1916''.
There is an old metal key chain fob. In the center is a metallic blue background and the Chevrolet logo.
There is a plastic container with the Chevy logo. It contains an unused set of ear plugs with a cord.
There are (2) matching advertising golf ball markers. They are from Dick Poulin Chevy / Olds (Rochester, New Hampshire).
Last but not least, there are (3) matching 1996 Participant pin back button badges from the 16th Annual B. F. Goodrich Tires Super Chevy Magazine Show (location unknown)
All of these items for one price! To judge the sizes the blue iron on patch measures about 4-3/8'' wide. These items appear to range from very good to mint unused condition as pictured.