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BID DATE:
02/19/2020 10:45 PM
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CASE LOT WITH (39) UNIQUE SMALLS

Age. More than 50 years old
Composition. Glass, wood, metal, China, plastic
Size. Varies
Rating: 8
Comments. This lot contains a plaster statue of Shirley Temple, a plaster ship bookend, a pair of 1954 Wheaties license plates, a souvenir shell from Coney Island, a pair of unused packages of steel cross hairpins dated 1897, a Catlin belt buckle with its original package, a napkin ring, small metal picture frames, a Wise Potato Chip coaster, and amber glass top hat and a brass letter opener. There is also a blue glass coaster advertising Kyanite Mining Corporation, a vintage glass Liberty Bell candy holder with metal cover, a 200 year anniversary glass for the Declaration of Independence, a package of Treegs stocking holders, a Ichiro baseball player bobble head doll, a Sprite bottle shaker, a Norge spoon, three milk glass door knobs, a wood trinket box, part of a vintage bullet loader and more. Everything appears in good shape with normal use wear and minor soiling. Size, age, material and conditions vary so please preview or contact us for more info.

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