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11/13/2019 08:14 AM
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LEOMINSTER FOOTBALL GAME + (8) CITY COLLECTIBLES

Age. More than 50 years old
Composition. Wood, metal, plastic, glass
Size. Varies
Rating: 8
Comments. This lot includes a © 1931” GAME OF FOOTBALL” that was manufactured by E.B. Kingman Company which consists of a wooden board with plastic goalposts (you use dice to play the game) and comes in its original box, which has issues, as well as the instruction sheet on how to play the game. It is in sturdy shape with minor use wear and soiling. We do not have the dice or the pegs and a plastic piece at the bottom of each goalposts is broken off inside the hole. Also included is a shoehorn as well as a button hook from C.E. Barnes & Co, a thermometer from Cragin & Wilkins Co with a 4 digit telephone number, a fire department uniform button, a 1965 twin anniversary button, a 1953 sportsman button, an L.W.W. chromed metal badge and a vintage measuring shot glass from Russell’s Liquor Store all of which are from Leominster. Everything is in good shape with normal use wear, could have some soiling and there is from fine pitting as well as some minor surface rust on the shoehorn. An interesting lot of vintage memorabilia from” Plastic City”.

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