|The picture shows a view of all (41) Small Old State of Maine Advertising & Souvenir Items in this lot. This is a large bulk lot that has been acquired or accumulated over time from many different sources. Most appear to be older items. 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 small porcelain plate with ''Maine - The Pine Tree State'' and a raised dragon. In the center is Maine with a lobster and a lighthouse. There is a ''Japan'' paper sticker on the back.
There is a souvenir lobster claw bottle opener from Boothbay Harbor, Maine.
Next there are (4) miniature collector souvenir spoons. One is boxed. It has the Maine Seal, flags, pine needles and cone, the sate in the bowl, the American Seal, and it is marked: ''Maine 1820 - Heritage Collection Of American States - American Collectors Guild''. The next one appears to be made of pewter. It has an image of a Maine Puffin bird on the handle and the state in the bowl area. The next spoon has a hanging red lobster charm on the handle with Maine and some attractions in the bowl. The last spoon has an enameled section on the handle with ''Maine'' and a pine tree.
There are (2) matching old Hotel Maine, Brunswick, Maine hotel keys. There are room numbers on the back.
Next is an unused souvenir keychain from Bailey Island, Maine. It has a seahorse and sea shells inside plexiglas.
There are (4) advertising souvenir magnets. One has a lobster and reads ''I Love Saco Maine''. One has a lighthouse. Two have the state with ''The Way Life Should Be'' or The Pine Tree State''.
There is a Town of Sanford, Maine Bicentennial 1768 - 1968 woven cloth bookmark.
Next is an unused ''Maine'' embroidered cloth patch with a lobster.
There is a Maine souvenir floater pen that was made in Denmark. It has Moose walking near water and forest when you tip it.
There are (2) advertising swizzle or drink stir sticks. One is from Jed Prouty Tavern of Bucksport, Maine, and the other is from The Country Way of South Paris, Maine.
There are (2) unused Maine sterling silver charm bracelet charms. They are both on the same card. One is the State of Maine, and the other is a fisherman in a rowboat.
Next is a brass clothing button marked ''J. L. Brackett & Co. Portland Me.''
There is an unused match pack and a match box, both have matches. One is from the Wonder Bar of Biddeford, Maine, and the other is from Marketplace Restaurant of Bedford and South Portland.
There are (2) different Maine state cardboard pogs.
There are (2) different 1967 advertising wooden nickels. These are marked as follows:
Frenchman's Bay Boating
Bar Harbor, Me.
Beware of Imitations
Chief Quoddy's Private Nickel
Beware of Imitations
Minted in Maine
There are (2) different Maine pins. One has a Maine potato, and one has a Maine apple.
The last (7) items in this lot are all pinback buttons. They are marked as follows:
175th Anniversary 1796 - 1971 First Annual Homecoming Bethel, Maine Oct. 2,3
Pleasant Point, Perry, Maine, Passamaquoddies (pictures a Native American Woman)
You're Welcome in Wells!
Go Maine Go
All of the items that are pictured are included for one price! To judge the sizes the drink swizzle sticks measure 6-1/4'' tall. These items appear to range from good to mint unused condition as pictured.