|The picture shows a view of all (59) State of Pennsylvania Advertising & Souvenir Items in this lot. This is a large bulk lot that has been acquired or accumulated over time from many different sources. Most are older items and a few are newer. There are far too many items in this lot to describe each one individually, but some highlights of the items included here are as follows:|
There is a miniature advertising souvenir porcelain plate. There are (7) colorful images on it including: Pennsylvania Keystone State with flag & flowers, General Washington's Headquarters at Valley Forge, Delaware Water Gap, Clover Leaf on Pennsylvania Turnpike, Independence Hall in Philadelphia, Riverside Boulevard and Pittsburgh Skyline, and The State Capitol Building in Harrisburg.
There are (3) advertising pinback buttons. There are marked as follows:
Begins June 21
The Whitehead & Hoag Co.
Buttons, Badges, Novelties and Signs
(has cracks on celluloid)
Visitor In Pennsylvania
(from the 1976 Bicentennial Celebration)
There are (7) old advertising souvenir wooden nickels. These have images and are marked as follows:
1859 - 1959
The Old Log Cabin
(pictures building and Native American Indian)
Dingmans Falls, Pa,
United States of America
(pictures Native American Indian & Buffalo)
1763 - 1963
5c Face Value
1763 - 1963
Good In Trade At Any Cooperative Business or Redeemable at Bicentennial Headquarters On or Before June 2, 1963
(pictures a building)
(3) Commemorative Wooden Nickel
July 11 - 13, 1980
(pictures Liberty, Pa state, and horse with carriage)
United States of America
Built By Curtis Grubb
Lebanon Valley Coin Club
(pictures mansion and buffalo)
There are (5) cloth patches. One is unopened. (4) of these have images and are marked as follows:
(pictures a grouse bird)
(pictures a fisherman in a canoe with a fish)
Bethlehem, Pa. '83
There is a small old Wyalusing Rocks picture book, (2) different cardboard game pogs, and (9) advertising brochures. These include the following:
Bushkill Falls ''The Niagara of Pennsylvania'' (with maps)
Getting To Know South Central Pennsylvania (with map)
Beautiful Historic Carlisle & Cumberland County, Pa. (with map)
South Central Pa. (with map)
Raymondskill Falls in The Pocono Mountains
You've Got A Friend In Pennsylvania (map)
(2) Longwood Gardens, Kennett Square, Pa. (with maps)
The Nittany Lion at State College, Pa. - An Early American Inn
There are (3) old postcard folders with many colorful images inside and (28) postcards. (2) of the folders were mailed and (4) of the postcards were used. These include the following:
1956 (used) Beautiful Delaware Water Gap, Pa. Folder
1946 (used) Scranton, Pennsylvania
Bushkill Falls ''The Niagara of Pennsylvania''
1947 (used) Ye Olde Temperance House, Newtown, Pa.
1947 (used) Susquehanna Trail, North of Mansfield, Pa.
1954 (used) Middlesex Inn, Carlisle, Pa.
1979 (used) Pennsylvania For Your Vacation advertising card
Greetings From Pennsylvania
One of Many Water Falls at Harrison State Park, Grand Canyon of Pa.
On The Scenic Switchback Drives, Wellsboro, Pa.
(2) The Switchback In Pennsylvania's Black Forest
Pennsylvania's State Flower, Mountain Laurel
Site of Ole Bull's Castle On Kettle Creek in Black Forest
Amity Hall, Junction of Wm. Penn Highway and Susquehanna Trail
Looking Up Denton Hill on Roosevelt Highway
Pennsylvania's Grand Canyon, From Colton Point
Sheraton Motor Inn, Scranton, Pa.
The Ligonier Methodist Church
Greetings From Somerset, Penn.
Kennel For The Hounds Rolling Rock Club, Ligonier, Pennsylvania
Ligonier Diamond, Ligonier, Pa.
(2) Werry's Motel and Overnight Cottages, E. Stroudsburg, Pa.
(2) Werry's Cottages, E. Stroudsburg, Pa.
Great House Dining Room Old Economy, Ambridge, Penna.
Trustees Room At Old Economy, Ambridge, Penna.
Tourist Village Motel, Milford, Pa.
1957 (dated not mailed) Washington Crossing Park
Ohiopyle Falls, Youghioghney River
All of the items that are pictured are included for one price! To judge the sizes the postcards measure around 5-1/2'' x 3-1/2''. These items appear to range from excellent to mint unused condition as pictured.