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(48) Small Old Playing Card Game and Card Suit Related Items
Item #l726
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(48) Small Old Playing Card Game and Card Suit Related Items
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The picture below shows a larger view of all (48) Small Old Playing Card Game and Card Suit Related Items in this lot. This is an accumulated lot with a wide variety of items included. Most of these items are not dated but they range from the 1920s to the 1990s. Included in this lot are the following:

There are (12) 1950s and 1960s metal and plastic card suit gumball machine prize toy rings. Four of these are still on their original special plastic holders.

There are (10) 1960s gum ball machine prize card suit charms. These are made of plastic.

Next are (2) different 1960s or 1970s gum ball machine prize metal playing card necklaces. One is the Ace of Spades and the other is the Ace of Clubs.

There are (2) different metal jewelry necklace charm or pendants. One is of a Joker card, and the other is a Queen of Hearts ''MOM'' card.

There is an unused 1960s or 1970s permanent match key chain with a Queen of Spades.

There are (7) old plastic food picks or toothpicks with card suits.

Next are (3) brass clothing buttons with card suits.

There is an early metal button dial that spins and shows card suits or ''NO TRUMP''. It has an image of a sailing ship on it.

There is a premium tobacco card with a poker card hand on one side and an advertisement for a ''WEAR-EVER'' Aluminum Teapot on the other. These cards were inserting in packs of cigarettes to redeem for prizes. It is from the Imperial Tobacco Company of Montreal, Canada.

There is a Bridge advertising match book cover picturing card suits. There are no matches.

There are (2) 1935 match book covers that have ''NEW INTERNATIONAL SCORING'' (for bridge?). The other sides have flowers on one and what appears to be a German couple on the other. There are no matches or strikers.

Next is two old metal pencil toppers with card suits on them. These were from pencils to keep score.

There are two different pog game pieces. We believe these are called slammers. One is metal with a Jack of Clubs, and the other is thick plastic with a Black Jack hand.

There is a tiny King shield shaped puffy sticker.

The last item is the newest item in this lot. It is some sort of a promotional card hand game called ''JACKPOT 4''. You slide a tab to reveal your hand to win. It says ''ANY 4 OF A KIND WINS!'' Of course there is a four of a kind inside.

All of these items for one price! To judge the sizes the old poker hand tobacco card near the center measures 2-5/8'' x 1-1/2''. These items appear to vary from good all the way to mint unused condition as pictured.

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(48) Small Old Playing Card Game and Card Suit Related Items


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