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(33) State of Missouri Advertising & Souvenir Items
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(33) State of Missouri Advertising & Souvenir Items
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The picture shows a view of all (33) State of Missouri Advertising & Souvenir Items in this lot. 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 a St. Louis book that is filled with postcard quality images and much information on locations from all over the city.

There is a Kanas City advertising souvenir plate. It is heart shaped and made of porcelain. There are images on it of the Civic Center, Union Station, Swope Park, and The Harry S. Truman Library.

There is an advertising souvenir miniature porcelain bell and a keychain from Branson, Missouri.

Next is an old corn cob pipe (no mouth piece), a metal and plastic pins of the state, (3) cardboard game pogs, (2) different St. Louis Gateway Arch embroidered cloth patch, and an old advertising wooden nickel from K. L. Branson Buildings & Grain Bins.

There are two unused and boxed miniature Missouri collector spoons. The larger one has an image of a deer and the smaller one has a hanging ''Missouri'' state charm.

There is an old Gateway Arch ticket stub, and two different Gateway Arch magnets. One is brass and one is a small picture frame. There are (3) other magnets that read as follows:

Kansas City
Show Me State Missouri
Jefferson City Missouri

Next there is a ''Kansas City - The Heart of America'' paper heart. It is from the ''Convention and Visitors Bureau, Chamber of Commerce, Kansas City, Mo.''. There is advertising for the city on the back.

There are (3) colorful old postcard folders. These have many colorful postcard like images inside. Two are from ''Playgrounds of The Ozarks'' they are identical and were both mailed in 1943. The other one is unused and it is from Kansas City.

The other (8) items in this lot are all old postcards. (3) are unused and (5) are used. These include the following:

1945 (mailed) Admiral Coontz Armory and Community Center Hannibal, Mo..

1946 (mailed) Bryant Building, 11th and Grand Ave, Kansas City, Mo..

1966 (mailed) Downtown Kansas City Mo..

1967 (mailed) Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri.

1975 (mailed) The Gateway Arch and The Old Cathedral, Saint Louis, Mo..

The Starlight Theatre In Kansas City's Swope Park.

New Paseo Bridge Over Missouri River.

Auditorium Plaza Garage and Park.

All of the items that are pictured are included for one price! To judge the sizes the post cards measure about 5-1/2'' x 3-1/2''. These items appear to range from excellent to mint unused condition as pictured.

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(33) State of Missouri Advertising & Souvenir Items


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