|The picture below shows a view of all (15) Small Old California Advertising and Souvenir Items in this lot. This is an accumulated lot with a variety of items that includes the following:|
The first, and largest item here is an old San Francisco advertising souvenir porcelain plate. There are many colorful San Franciscan images in the center, and around the edge including:
Golden Gate Bridge
Oakland Bay Bridge
Crookedest Street In The World
(3) San Francisco City & County Seal
(3) Smaller Cable Cars
There is a small Big Basin, California porcelain mug shot glass that pictures a deer head and reads as follows:
BIG BASIN CALIFORNIA
ONE SHOT EVERY 15 MINUTES TILL NO PAIN IS FELT – DR. I. M. HIGH
© SCHMID – 6C
There is a cedar wooden barrel coin savings bank. It has a metal cover on the side and two cradle pieces under it. There is a sticker on the side that reads:
There are (4) matching lithographed tin metal drink coasters. These have golden poppy flowers, a California map, signs, cactus, bridge, tunafish, U.S. Navy Fleet Battleship, and more with locations such as: Sacremento, Berkeley, San Francisco, Oakland, Frsno Paso Robles, San Luis Obispo, Hollywood, Los Angeles, Death Valley, Bakersfield, Riverside, San Bernardino, Pasadena, Long Beach, San Diego, Mt. Wilson, Yosemite National Park, Sequoia National Park, and the Pacific Ocean.
Next is an advertising souvenir Golden State, California miniature collector spoon with a bear.
There is a Golden Gate Bridge souvenir Key Ring.
There is a sealed and boxed San Francisco advertising souvenir playing card deck.
There are (3) advertising souvenir magnets. One from The Golden Gate Bridge, one from Santa Cruz with an otter, and one from California with sequoia trees and a mission church.
The final items included here are (2) old match books. One is unused from Bullock’s of Pasadena, and one is empty from Miramar of Santa Cruz.
All fifteen of these items for one price! To judge the sizes the plate measures about 8-1/8'' wide. These items appears to range from good to mint condition as pictured.