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|The picture shows all (15) Old Bicycle Related Items in this lot. These items are of different ages but all are old. The first item is an old "RULES OF THE ROAD FOR BICYCLE RIDERS" paper. It is printed on both sides and pictures an old bicycle. This is from The American Safety League of Plaistow, New Hampshire. The date is unknown. There is wrinkling and soiling. There are (6) old gum ball machine prize charms from the 1940's to the 1950's. All of them are plastic but two are metal coated. Next is a Bicycle Rules and Regulations Booklet from Farmington, N.H.. It has eight pages plus the cover. The date is unknown and it is in excellent condition. Next is a 1951 Post Card from Flatts, Bermuda to Brockton, Massachusetts. It pictures bicycles and a couple by the water. The girl is drinking a soda. There is a message written on the back and it has a US 1 cent stamp. It is in excellent condition. There is an old unidentified photograph of a woman in a dress and hat holding an old bicycle. After that there is a 1953 Farmington, N.H. Bicycle Registration Card. The bike thawas registered was a 1935 American bike. There is printing on both sides and the front is filled in and signed by the Chief of Police at the time: Fred Tebbetts. It is in near mint condition. Next is a Wooden Nickel from J & C Bicycles of Temple, Texas. It pictures a bike and is in mint condition. Next is an Enameled Metal Pin. It is enameled in green and red. It has a cyclist and on the front reads: "NATIONAL CYCLING PROFICIENCY". The back is marked: "J.R. GAUNT - B'HAM". Next is another old unidentified photograph. This one is of a young woman on a bicycle on a boardwalk. The beach as well as a pier building is in the background. It is in mint as made condition. The last item is another old photo. This one is from 1946 and is of a Rochester, New Hampshire man riding a bicycle. There is a name and year penciled on the back. It is in excellent condition. All of these items for one price! To judge the sizes the postcard measures 3-1/4" x 5-1/2". |
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