|The pictures show views of all (28) Old United Nations Advertising & Souvenir Items in this lot. The first picture shows all of the items that are included and the second picture shows a closer view of the smaller items. Most of the items in this lot are not dated but all of them are old. Included in this lot are the following items:|
There are (8) various ''UNITED NATIONS GUIDED TOUR'' tin tab buttons. There is a gray one, a red one, and (6) that have the United Nations map emblem. There are different varieties as pictured.
There is an enameled metal necklace or key chain United Nations map emblem charm.
Next are (2) small United Nations building charm bracelet charms.
There is a carded support pin with an American and United Nation flags.
There is a Disarmament pinback button with a dove. It reads ''RALLY FOR DISARMAMENT JUNE 12 - UN SSD 11''.
There are (2) old photographs, one black & white and one color, of the exterior of the United Nations building in New York City.
There is a (36) page ''THE UNITED NATIONS - A PICTORIAL BOOK'' filled with color pictures, interior and exterior of the United Nations in New York. It has many art items pictured as well. This booklet had gotten wet at some point and there are light water marks and rippling of the pages.
There is a ''VISITORS' GUIDE PALAIS DES NATIONS'' booklet. There is no back cover.
There are (2) different old (4 cent & 5 cent) United Nations stamped postal cards.
There are (3) old used United Nations postal cards (postmarked 1957, 1962, & 1973). These have typed messages pertaining to United Nations postage stamps.
There are (2) old used picture postcards both with United Nations postage stamps. One is from 1952. It has a black & white New York skyline image (right side in picture). The second one is dated 1964. It is the third one down on the left side.
The last (4) items in this lot are all unused picture post cards.
To judge the sizes the larger booklet in the center measures 7'' x 10''. These items appear to be in various conditions as pictured and described above.