|The pictures below show a larger views of all (12) Different Small Old Archery Sports Related Items in this lot. The first picture shows all of the items. The second picture shows a scan of the negative included. The scan turned out badly but the image on the negative is clear. The third picture is of the rolled up colored cartoon looking picture in the lot. This is an accumulated lot with a variety of items. Included here are the following:|
There is an old negative and a different old photograph with young boys using a bow and arrow.
There is an old award ribbon with a target. It was made by American Knitwear and Emblem Manufacturers of Plaistow, New Hampshire. The card on the back is not filled in. There is some spotting that might be able to be cleaned. The ribbon is marked as follows:
WEYMOUTH PARK DEPT.
There is an old cream colored plastic advertising premium poker chip. It is washed out in the picture, but one side has a nice old raised image of a naked archer with a bow. The other side is marked in gold as follows:
BROWN & BIGELOW
ST. PAUL, MINN.
Next is an old unused gum ball machine prize toy ring. It has an Archer with a bow. The ring is blue plastic and the special ring holder is yellow plastic.
There is an old leather archery fingers guard. It is for three fingers and there is a strap with a snap that goes around your wrist. It is unmarked and the maker is unknown.
There is a 37-1/2'' bowstring for a compound bow. There is a string in a container. We do not know if is the string that is advertised on the container or not. It is just how we had found it.
Next is an old colorful archery print. It pictures a Robin Hood looking cartoon character with a really large arrow and a target. We do not know where this print came from and it is not marked. It has some wrinkling from being rolled.
The other (4) items in this lot are different miniature toy bows and a crossbow. These are probably weapons from some toy action figures.
All of these items for one price! To judge the sizes the white poker chip measures 1-1/2'' wide. These items appear to range anywhere from fair to mint unused condition as pictured.