|The pictures below show larger views of all (15) Small Old General Electric Company Advertising and Premium Items in this lot. This is an accumulated lot with a variety of items. Only the letter and envelope here are dated, but all of the items are old. Included here are the following items:|
There is a 1929 letter and envelope on company stationery from General Electric of Schenectady, New York to a man at the Tecumseh Lodge in West Thornton, New Hampshire. Basically it is a thank you letter for returning a flashlight by mail, and comments were made about their trip to Franconia Notch and the White Mountains of New Hampshire. The envelope has a two cent George Washington postage stamp and it is postmarked November 11th, 1929.
Next there is a General Electric gold colored metal neck tie tack pin, with the back section. It has the old ''GE'' logo and it has a diamond shape below the logo. It is not marked and has not been tested for gold.
There is an old General Electric meter advertising magnet. It was probably to check metals. The magnet appears to be encased in aluminum. The center has a GE meter pictured and below it is their ''GE'' logo. It is also marked ''TOMORROW'S METERS TODAY''.
There is a vinyl snap case with a miniature tool set. It has the ''GE'' logo and it reads ''GENERAL ELECTRIC MBD SAFETY AWARD. It has a miniature screwdriver handle, a crescent wrench, and a tiny hammer. One compartment is empty but most likely held a screw driver.
There is a General Electric ''GE'' logo metal name plate. This probably came off an old fan or another old appliance.
There are (2) mechanical pencils and (4) regular pencils of various sizes.
All of these items for one price! To judge the sizes the envelope measures 6-1/2'' x 3-5/8''. These items appear to range from good to excellent condition as pictured.