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(13) Small Lobster Related Items
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(13) Small Lobster Related Items
Lobster   Match   Match Holder   Creamer Pitcher   Miniature   Gum Ball Machine   Prize   Premium   Charm   Toy   Novelty   Nostalgic   Rubber   Figure
The picture shows a view of all (13) Small Lobster Related Items in this lot. This is an accumulated lot of a variety of items. These items are not dated but most of them are old. Included are the following items:

There is an old black leather advertising premium match book holder. It holds a book of matches and opens with a metal snap. It is imprinted in gold. It pictures a lobster and it is marked on the outside and inside as follows:

A. C. McLOON & CO.

There are (2) matching miniature porcelain creamer pitchers. These picture lobsters. They may have been used for melted butter for lobster. They have gold paint on the handles and the rim. The bottoms are marked ''NE1324''. One has a ''MADE IN JAPAN'' foil sticker, and the other one the sticker fell off.

There are (2) old gumball machine prize lobster charms.

There is an old unopened Elvin toy ''Jumping Lobster''. You would squeeze a bulb and the lobster would jump. It was made in Hong Kong.

Next is a miniature wooden lobster trap with a miniature lobster at the end.

There are (4) miniature lobster figures. The two darker ones are made of soft rubber and two red ones are made of plastic.

There is an unused advertising match book from The Union Oyster House ''America's Oldest Restaurant'' (established 1826) from Boston, Massachusetts.

The last item here is an advertising premium ink pen from Art's Lobster, Inc. of Tenants Harbor, Maine.

All of these items for one price! To judge the sizes the pen measures 5-7/8'' long. These items appear to range from excellent to mint unused condition as pictured.

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(13) Small Lobster Related Items

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