|The picture below shows a view of all (23) Small Old Washington D.C. Advertising & Souvenir Items in this lot. This is a large bulk lot that has been acquired or accumulated over time from many different sources. All of these are older items. 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 are (2) old unused numbered United States Capitol Tour tickets from theCapitol Guide Service.
There are (4) different miniature Washington, D.C. advertising souvenir collector spoons. One of these is still boxed. One has a four leaf clover and a good luck hores shoe, but it has a missing hanging charm. The other three have an enameled section with the Capitol Building. These have images of the Capitol, Washington Monument, White House, Lincoln Memorial, and the John F. Kennedy Center.
Next is an old brass Washington, D.C. advertising souvenir. It has some small makers marks, along with some scrollwork as well as The Congressional Library, Washington’s Mansion, The Capitol, and The White House.
There is a small old lucite paperweight marked “WASHINGTON D.C.” with the Lincoln Memorial Buildinginside. There is a sticker on the bottom that reads “CAPSCO – MADE IN TAIWAN”.
There are (2) Washington D.C. two part pins. One is still on the original card with cellophane. One side has the Capitol Building, and the other sides connected by chains is “64” (for 1964), and “65” (for 1965).
There is a matching pair of Washington D.C. cuff links. These have the Capitol Building under clear domes of glass.
There is a charm bracelet that has (3) metal building charms including The Capitol Building, The Lincoln Memorial, and The White House, as well as silver colored beads.
There is another old metal charm bracelet. This one has The Capitol Building, and the Washington Monument. It also has “WASHINGTON D C” spelled out in charms with colored stones. The second “N” is missing as well as a few of the colored stones.
Next is a third brass souvenir bracelet with a charm that has an eagle, The Capitol Building, and a shield. It has the clasp but it is missing part of the chain as pictured.
There is a white porcelain or ceramic White House Building salt or pepper shaker. The stopper is still in the bottom.
There is a nice metal souvenir necklace medallion. It has an image of the Capitol Building. The back is marked as follows: “ORIGINAL CORNER STONE LAID BY GEORGE WASHINGTON SEPTEMBER 18, 1793 ARTCRAFT ©
There is a red, white, & blue enameled souvenir pin. It is marked “ WASHINGTON, D.C. - THE CAPITOL”. The back section is included.
There are (2) pinback buttons. The first one has The White House Building and it is marked “WHITE HOUSE GUEST SIGHTSEEING CORPORATION – 509 SIXTH ST. N.W. EX.3-3682 WASHINGTON D.C.”. The other pinback is simply marked “I (heart) D.C.”.
Next are (2) identical 1960s gum ball machine prize toy charms. These have The Capitol Building on them.
The final item in this lot is an advertising souvenir magnet that has a copy of an 1800 - 1950 Washington U.S. Supreme Court National Capital Sesquicentennial 3 cent postage stamp.
All of the items that are pictured are included for one price! To judge the sizes the small brass letter opener in the center measures about 5-5/8'' long. These items appear to range from good to mint unused condition as pictured.