|The pictures show a view of all (22) Old Texaco Gasoline Related Items in this lot.|
There are (5) October 1947 photographs from a fire at a place called "Five Corners" where the "Dayton Texaco Service Station" was burned as well as homes. In one photo the old Teaco Gasoline & Oil sign still stands. All five photos are marked on the back with details.
Another photo included is of the Steel Pier in Atlantic City. This one is dated 1933. It is difficult to see in the scan, but the pier can be seen with a large Texaco sign at the end. There are also (3) Steel Pier signs and one that says "WORLD'S LARGEST SEA ELEPHANT". There is a sail on a sailboat that has a lobster and appears to read "Hackney's". You can see sunbathers, beach chairs, a U.S. Flag, playground, and more.
There are (6) old Texaco advertising golf ball markers. These are in various conditions.
There is an old wooden nickel from "BILL VAIL'S TEXACO".
There are (2) old unused Texaco employee patches.
A Texaco sticker.
A newer Texaco "Race To Millions" contest scratch card.
There are (2) old Texaco advertising match covers. These have some scrap book paste on the back. One pictures a man bowling and is from Johnnies Texaco Service of Stoughton, Massachusetts. The other pictures an old auto and is from O'Neil Bros. Service Station of Brockton, Mass..
Next is an old imprinted plastic "Texaco Tour Kit" cover. It has many colorful images on it and both sides are shown below. It once held a map and other paper items, but those are gone.
The last item in this lot is an old unused advertising premium imprinted glass ash tray. It is a 50th anniversary ashtray. It pictures an old Texaco Gas / Service Station and is marked as follows:
ROBERTSON MOTOR COMPANY
B. F. GOODRICH
1904 - 1954
124 MAIN ST.
All of these items for one price! The items vary as pictured from good to mint condition.