|The picture shows a view of all (11) Small Older & Newer Surfer or Surfing Related Items in this lot. This is an accumulated lot with a variety of items. A few of these items are dated. Included here are the following items:|
There is an old snow dome that is believed to be from the 1960s. It features two surfers, a man & a woman riding surfboards. There are palm trees in the background and a sea shell in the front. The surfers are on a teeter totter or see saw type pivot section which is not broken, but has come loose from the bottom inside. It is marked on the bottom as follows:
MADE IN HONG KONG
W (in a circle)
There is an old metal Surfer on an ''iron cross'' gumball machine prize necklace. It is not dated but it was found in a large lot of 1960s gum ball machine prizes that we had acquired. The necklace came unassembled. In the capsule is the charm or pendant, a chain, and a connector charm loop ring. The original capsule is included. It was only taken out to be photographed.
Next is an old gold colored metal Surfer charm bracelet charm. It is not dated but it is old. It is not marked and the maker is unknown.
There is a small tin looking metal belt buckle. It has an embossed image of a man surfing. It is marked:
© HI - BOY
Next is a miniature pin plastic surfer charm. We do not know what, where or when this is from. It has a silver string attached.
There is a ©1992 ''Sports Illustrated Kids'' sports trading card. It features Australian Surfer Wendy Botha. It is #49 from a set and the back has details about her.
There are (3) different ©1994 game pogs. The top one pictured is a thick plastic one and the other two are cardboard.
The last two items in this lot are miniature surf boards. The larger of the two has a colorful image of palm trees, dolphins or porpoises, Sun, stars, water, and sailboats. The smaller yellow one is marked ''SURF''. These may be from a Barbie doll or some other doll.
All of these items for one price! To judge the sizes the sports trading card measures about 2-1/2'' x 3-1/2''. These items appear to range from excellent to mint condition as pictured and described above.