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11/15/2019 05:30 PM
(15) PIECES OF FITCHBURG MEMORABILIA
Age. See below
Composition. Metal, wood, plastic
Rating: 8 – 7
Comments. This lot includes Fitchburg memorabilia which dates from the late 1800s into the 1960s. There is a package holder from Nichols & Frost, a shoehorn from the Fitchburg Shoe Store as well as Student Brothers, and a pair of button hooks from Jas. F. Stiles as well as the George Brothers and a wood/metal pants hanger dated 1906 from Allen and Lesure Clothiers. There is a Fitchburg ink stamp, a keychain from Worcester North, a bottle opener from Wachusett Package Store, a screwdriver/bottle opener from Marceau’s Package Store and a Civics Day pin dated July 1963 which has 3 pictures of the Queen and her court. From 1964 there is a pin for the 5th Longsjo race, a 200th Anniversary pin for the Brothers of the Brush and a pair of 50 cent trade coins from the Chamber of Commerce. All but one of the pieces is marked Fitchburg. Everything is in good shape with normal use wear, could have some finish wear and soiling/stains. A nice lot of vintage memorabilia from The City by the River that will make a nice addition to your collection or the start of the new one which includes some hard-to-find items.
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