|The first picture shows a view of all (146) State of Vermont Advertising & Souvenir Items in this lot. The second picture show a closer view of some of the items that are included. This is a large bulk lot that has been acquired or accumulated over time from many different sources. Some are older items and some 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 an old Brass ''Brattleboro'' (uniform ?) clothing button.
There is a ''Wood Vermont Dollar'' (wooden nickel) from ''Treeforms Tunbridge Tables of Groton, Vermont''.
There is a two part advertising premium key chain from Shelburne Industries, Inc.
Next there are (2) different enameled charm bracelet charms. One is still on a blue velvet card. It has an eagle and reads ''Shelburne Museum - Forge Ahead - Vt.'' The other one is in the shape of the state and has a tree with a maple sugar bucket. Attached to it is a small piece of granite stone.
There are (4) pinback buttons. Two of these have an old steam train engine locomotive and tender. They read ''Steamtown - Bellows Falls, Vt.''. Another button has a sign and reads ''Rutland - Green Mt Gateway''. The last one is in this lot by error. It is actually a Utah state pinback button. Because it was pictured it is included.
There are (4) tie tack type pins. One is an enameled pin with a maple leaf and the State of Vermont. It reads ''VT - A E O V P ''. Two of the pins are brass in the shape of the state and marked ''Vermont''. The last one is also in the shape of the state and marked ''Vermont''. It is made of green plastic.
There are (4) embroidered cloth patches. These include:
Round Top Mountain, Plymouth Union, Vt.
Stowe (mountain with flags)
Vermont (tapped maple tree and sugar house)
Vt. Spring '90
There are (4) different advertising souvenir magnets. One is made of resin and it has a dairy cow in front of a red barn. One has a skier skiing. The other two are in the shape of the state with different images.
There are (2) different advertising souvenir collector spoons. They both have an enameled section on the handle. One is still boxed. It has a cow in front of a barn. in the bowl area are small images including the State, Capitol Building, a skier, a farm, and a monument. It reads ''Vermont - The Green Mountain State''. The smaller spoon is marked ''Vermont'' and has a mountain scene.
There is an old advertising match cover from The Skyline Restaurant on Hogback Mountain in Marlboro, Vermont. There is no matches or striker.
There are (3) 1969 snapshot photos from Stowe, Vermont, a cardboard game pog, and (3) 1982 advertising 101 dollar bills from Stowe, Vermont.
There are (13) colorful unused advertising souvenir water decals. One from the Baxter Lane company pictures the state and the ''Green Mountain Boys (militia) fighting the British red coats. There are (5) from Impko that picture the state with a large ''V'' and many tiny images and town names. There are also another (7) by Impko that picture a maple tree leaf and a bottle of maple syrup.
There are (87) old photograph slides. (39) of these are of very old granite cemetery gravestones. There are (48) various old tourist taken slides. Of them (37) are in an orange plastic holder. They are tourist taken images from around the state in September 1973.
The other (14) items in this lot are all postcards. All but one are unused. These include the following:
1949 (used) Greetings From Vermont
State Capitol, Montpelier, Vt.
(2) Crystal Lake, Barton, Vermont
McKay's Gift Shop, West Brattleboro, Vermont
1950s Burlington Downtown Scene
Basketville, Putney, Vermont - ''World's Largest Basket Store''
Quechee Gorge, Village of Quechee, Vermont
Barnard General Store (& Texaco gas), Barnard, Vermont
(5) Brandon Motor Lodge Motel, Brandon, Vermont
All of the items that are pictured are included for one price! To judge the sizes the post cards each measure around 5-1/2'' x 3-1/2''. These items appear to range from excellent to mint unused condition as pictured.