|The pictures show views of all (24) Small & Miniature Whale Related Items in this lot. The first picture shows all of the items included here. The second picture shows a closer view of some of the smaller items seen in the first picture. This is an accumulated lot with a variety of items. Included here are the following items:|
There are (3) 1973 color photographs that were taken at The Whaling Museum in New Bedford, Massachusetts. One is of a whale skeleton, one of a whaling ship, and one of the port. These are still on a scrap book page with written information.
There is a Whale Watch advertising brochure from the Dolphin Fleet of Provincetown, Massachusetts. It has pictures, information, and a map.
There is a 1987 whale post card from The Whale Museum of Friday Harbor, Washington. It has a message, a Warner, New Hampshire address, and a 14 cent postage stamp. The postcard has creasing.
There is a boxed advertising souvenir collector spoon with a killer whale from Sea World.
There is a plastic advertising souvenir figurine from The Miami Seaquarium. It has a missing fin on the top.
There is a heavy carved stone (alabaster ?) whale paper weight or figurine.
There is a small porcelain whale figurine. One fin tip is missing.
There are (4) different plastic playset type miniature whale figures.
Next there are (6) whale jewelry items including two pins, a necklace with a pendant charm, two more metal charms, and a purple plastic toy ring.
There is a Shamu killer whale (Seaworld ?) advertising souvenir magnet.
There is a ''SAVE THE WHALES'' pinback button from The New England Aquarium. It is missing the pin on the back but it can easily be replaced.
There is a ''PROTECT OUR WHALES'' POW pin back button. It pictures a mermaid riding a sperm whale.
Next is a plastic pog game piece from ''MARINE WORLD AFRICA U.S.A.'' from Vallejo, California.
The last item in this lot is the floater end of a floater pen, It has a tour ship and a whale pictured inside. It was from The New England Aquarium Whale Watch from Boston, Massachusetts.
All of these items for one price! To judge the sizes the box with the collector spoon measures 1-1/4'' x 4-1/2'' x 5/8''. These items appear to range from fair to mint condition as pictured and described above.