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03/02/2021 10:24 PM
CASE LOT (27) ASSORTED SMALLS ( CASE # 7)
Age and Size: Varies
Comments: An interesting case lot which includes a hematite specimen, packaged simulated pellet of uranium, wrench marked Ford T 1917, small covered brass compass, wood crucifix, Budweiser bottle opener (corrosion), wooden disc marked K of C Alabama membership drive “A round Toit” (get it?), Starrett Tools pencil holder, McCain for Pres 08 button, plastic two sided photo spinwheel of pinup girls marked Guam USA, Di-Jan Theatres Inc 1969 Season Pass, faux tortoise shell pick and small comb. Whalom Park tide ticket, curved metal shield, Worcester North Savings Institution safe deposit fob, comical metal pin 8 gallons for $1.00, Shrewsbury Drive in Theatre 1969 Season Pass, carded Sheriff set with gun pin and faux watch, St Anne Society – St Ann's Church with charm, Shell Tire crayon tire marker, metal dice stick pin, Leominster Sheraton Hotel pin and lastly, a small folded American flag. All in very good conditon except as noted. Case is not included.
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