|The pictures below show larger views of all (28) Different Empire State Building New York City Advertising & Souvenir Items in this lot. The first picture shows all of the items that are included and the second picture shows a little closer view of some of the smaller items in this lot. Not all of these items are dated. Please see which ones are below. This is an accumulated lot with a variety of items. Included in this lot are the following items:|
There is a tiny 3/4'' tall miniature metal Empire State Building.
There is a small metal souvenir pin that reads ''EMPIRE STATE BUILDING, N.Y.''.
There is an advertising souvenir tin tab button that pictures the skyscraper and reads ''I'VE BEEN ON TOP - WORLD'S HIGHEST - EMPIRE STATE OBSERVATORIES''.
Next is a small paper ticket stub. It pictures the skyscraper and reads:
EMPIRE STATE OBSERVATORIES
SOUVENIR RECEIPT OF A VISIT TO THE TOP
OF THE WORLD'S TALLEST BUILDING
There is a laser etched glass advertising souvenir paper weight with the Empire State Building inside.
There is a painted plastic advertising souvenir magnet. It has a sticker on the back that reads ''© CITY MERCHANDISE NEW YORK, N.Y. - MADE IN TAIWAN''.
Next there are (4) old Kodachrome Transparency color photo slides. These are probably from the 1950s. The photo images are of the New York City skyline with the Empire State Building and other skyscrapers.
There are (2) different Empire State Building advertising brochures. These are not dated but they are believed to be from the 1950s and 1960s. They each have (4) two sided panels filled with pictures, facts, and information.
There is an old unopened and unused advertising souvenir water decal. It has a colorful image of the Empire State Building with the Sun behind it and other skyscrapers. It is marked as follows:
IMPKO DECAL IMPKO
THIS IS A FINE QUALITY DECALCOMANIA
EMPIRE STATE BUILDING
There is ''A PERSONAL SOUVENIR OF EMPIRE STATE''. It is a picture that was taken by the Empire State Studios, Inc. and sold to you before leaving. It is the picture that is on the left in the center. It has a man next to one of the telescopes.
There are (4) 1955 black & white photographs that were taken on the observation deck. Written on these is ''HONEYMOON TRIP, AUG. 6, 55'. One is of the bride, one of the groom, and two looking down from the skyscraper.
There is a 1946 real photo post card of the Empire State Building. It was postmarked January 13, 1946 from New York. It was sent from a United States Navy Sailor from the U.S.S. Mercer APB-39 to his Father in Norwich, Connecticut.
There are (2) different unused 1940s linen postcards. One has an airship or dirigible docked at the top. The captions for these read:
103: - EMPIRE STATE BUILDING BY MOONLIGHT. NEW YORK.
198: - MIDTOWN AND EMPIRE STATE BY NIGHT. NEW YORK CITY.
There are (2) different used linen post cards. One was sent on August 24, 1943 by a United States Navy Sailor from a receiving station in New York to a Portsmouth, New Hampshire address. The other one was mailed from New york on June 18, 1948 to a Norwich, Connecticut address. The captions for these read:
237 - EMPIRE STATE BUILDING AT NIGHT. NEW YORK CITY.
101: - EMPIRE STATE BUILDING. NEW YORK CITY.
There is a 1962 Empire State Building foil postcard (pictured top left). This card was stamped that it was mailed from The Statue of Liberty on July 6, 1962 to a Rahway New Jersey address.
There are (4) more different color picture postcards. (3) are unused and one was mailed on April 16, 1957 to a Manchester, New Hampshire address.
All of these items for one price! To judge the sizes the larger advertising brochure measures 4'' x 9''. These items appear to range from good used condition to mint unused condition as pictured.