|The picture shows a view of all (20) Different Old Bank Advertising Premium Items in this lot. This is an accumulated lot with a variety of items. Included are the following items:|
There are (2) different 1945 calendar ink pen blotters. These are from the Merchants Cooperative Bank of Boston, Massachusetts. One is titled ''Vacation Time'' and it has vacation activity scenes like sailing swimming and fishing. It has the June, July and August months. The second blotter pictures a home and is titled ''Homemaker''. It has the September, October, and November months. The first one is unused and the second one is lightly used.
There is a 1920s ''Handy Pocket Thrift Bank''. This sealed envelope has a slot to insert a dime a day until reaching $3.00. It advertises to ''Join Our Pin Money Club'' at ''The Institution for Savings'' in Newburyport, Massachusetts. The envelope is unused. On the back there is advertising for Oldsmobile and Newburyport Garage.
Next is an advertising premium from the ''People's Savings Bank'' of Worcester, Massachusetts.It is red in the picture. It is a sewing kit with a woven swatch of dozens of colors of thread. It also has some pins inside as well as instructions. It has a crack on one panel of the other side of the cardboard case.
The next item is an old unused advertising premium sponge from the 'Winchester Co-operative Bank''.
There is an old advertising match book cover from the ''Institution For Savings'' of Newburyport, Massachusetts. It pictures a bank building and has advertising on both sides. There are no matches.
There is an old advertising match book cover from the ''Middlesex Federal Savings'' of Somerville, Massachusetts. It pictures a bank building and a key on a key chain. It has advertising on both sides. There are no matches.
There is an old advertising premium pocket or purse mirror from the ''August Savings and Loan''. It may be from Augusta, Maine. The mirror has a green rubber holder.
There is an old unused advertising match book from the ''Milford Federal Savings'' of Massachusetts. It has advertising on both sides. All of the matches are present.
There is an unused ''Vermont National Bank'' 175th anniversary advertising premium keychain.
Next is an ''M & T Bank'' advertising premium bottle opener.
Next is an old ''Malden Savings Bank'' of Massachusetts, advertising premium bottle cap.
Next is an old ''Northeast National Bank'' of Amesbury, Massachusetts, advertising premium bottle cap.
There are (2) old ''Worcester Federal Savings'' of Massachusetts, advertising premium bottle caps.
Next is an old ''1st National Bank of Englewood'' advertising premium wooden nickel. The other side pictures a 1909 Lincoln cent.
There is an old copper ''Somerset Savings Bank'' of Massachusetts, advertising premium key chain. The other side has a 1965 Lincoln penny.
Next is an old ''Citizens State Bank'' of Texas, advertising premium key ring. Scratched on the clear plastic is ''With 59 Olds''.
There is a ''Funny Face Pencil'' from the Harvard Trust Company. It has a strange plastic pencil topper head.
The last item in this lot is an old advertising premium key chain fob or charm from ''The First National City Bank'' of New York.
All of these items for one price! To judge the sizes the two ink blotters each measure 6-1/4'' x 3-1/2''. These items appear to range from good to in mint unused condition as pictured.