|The picture shows a view of all (15) Different Small Flicker Lenticular or 3-D Items in this lot. There is a wide variety of flicker and 3D items included here. These items are not dated. The years that these were made or used are believed to be from the 1950s to the 1990s.|
The first item appears to be an old make up type compact. It has different compartments inside. It looks like it is made of aluminum and it has Asian wording on it. On the spring loaded hinged top, or lid it has a flicker square with swimming fish.
Next is the largest item in this lot. It is a flicker image of a race car driver for The Home Depot. One image has him with his helmet on and the other has it off. It is attached to some packaging that advertises Life Savers candy.
Next is an advertising premium 6'' ruler with changing numbers for fractions and their decimal equivalent. A handy tool. It was from the Commonwealth Lock Company of Cambridge, Massachusetts. There is more advertising on the back.
There is an Army National Guard Citizen Soldier flicker business card. One view has a group of men and women in civilian clothes and the other view is of them in different U.S. Army uniforms.
There are (3) round flicker disks of Shnookums & Meat television cartoon characters. These were advertising premiums from Kids paks at Subway sandwich shops. They are part of a set. These are numbered #7, #9, & #14.
Next there is a ©1965 Walt Disney Productions Snow White & The Seven Dwarfs flicker square. It was by the Vari-Vue company.
There is a Captain America superhero picture. This does not have a lenticular cover. We believe that it went inside a wrist watch type toy that has the lenticular cover to see the motion. It has a moving image on each side.
There is a round Vari-Vue flicker card or ornament with moving red and blue circles.
The last (6) items in this lot are all small flicker images that were made to be put on to advertising premium toy rings. One has a pink smile face and it says ''HAVE A HAPPY DAY''. One has a U.S. silver peace dollar coin and reads ''YOUR MONEY'S WORTH''. One has a target and reads ''WE AIM TO PLEASE''. The others read ''JAN 1 HAPPY NEW YEAR'', ''GET OUT FROM UNDER'', and ''FOLLOW THE LEADER''.
To judge the sizes the Army National Guard business card measures 3-3/8'' x 2-1/8''. These items appear to range from excellent to mint condition as pictured.