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1960’s Gum Ball Machine Toy Ring Display With (28) Metal Toy Rings
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This item is already sold1960's Gum Ball Machine Toy Ring Display With (28) Metal Toy Rings
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The picture shows this 1960's Gum Ball Machine Toy Ring Display With (28) Metal Toy Rings. The picture has glare from the old cellophane wrapping. It is as made and has never been opened. the display is in the form of a box.

There are many different rings on this display. They are made of a gold or silver colored metal of various designs and each is adjustable. Some have;

Peace Signs
Kissing Kids
and more.

Some are pierced or punched out designs. Others are fake jewelry rings with paint simulating stones. This is a display that would have been used in an old gumball machine to show you what you might get. These headers were used to advertise and intice children (or most likely their parents) out of their pocket change. This one reads as follows:


The display measures 5-3/8" x 6-3/4" x 3/4". It is in mint as made condition.

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1960’s Gum Ball Machine Toy Ring Display With (28) Metal Toy Rings

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