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(4) Old Washington, D.C. Metal Souvenir Items
Item #5886
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(4) Old Washington, D.C. Metal Souvenir Items
Washington D.C.   Political   Government   Capital   Souvenir   Miniature   Building
The picture shows all (4) Old Washington, D.C. Metal Souvenir Items in this lot. Three of these are miniature buildings and one is a small tray. Each of these is made of a non-magnetic cast metal. First there is the tray. It appears to be in excellent to near mint condition. It depicts raised images of seven Washington, D.C. locations including the following:

Iwo Jima Statue
Lincoln Memorial
Washington Monument
Capital Building
Jefferson Memorial
White House
Tomb Of The Unknown Soldier

Next there is a miniature Washington Monument. It has a thermometer mounted on the front. It is in excellent condition. It is marked on the front and back of the base as follows:

Washington Monument
Washington, D.C.
Made In Japan

After that there are two miniature Capital Buildings. The first one has (on the side not seen) a half round pen or pencil holder on its base. Because of this I believe that this one was intended for use on a desk. It is in good condition with wear to the thin silver finish that could be replated. There is also a tiny crack at the base of the back of the building. This was a manufacturers flaw (thin metal area) and not from being damaged. It is marked on the front and bottom as follows:

The Capital
Washington, D.C.
Napa Trading Co. Made In Japan

The last item is the second miniature Capital Building. It is in excellent conition. There are several tiny cracks at the base of the back of the building. These are manufacturers flaws (thin metal area) and not from being damaged. It is marked on the front as follows:

The Capital
Washington

To judge the sizes the Tray measures 6-3/8" x 4-1/4".

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(4) Old Washington, D.C. Metal Souvenir Items


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