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    3 ADVERTISING NOVELTY POCKET MIRRORS. Here we have three unusual celluloid novelty items each one advertising a different product. The Gillette Safety Razor is being advertised by a baby and is dated 1909, in excellent condition. Uncle Sam is pictured on the second mirror advertising a bank in Wyoming. The mirror on the back has been broken but is still in the piece. The third is a piece I've never seen before, Long's Marashino Cherries from San Francisco. It is an ealy type mirror with the litho of the product underneath a glass overlay, in excellent shape. All very nice.

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    Auction Dates
    July, 2004
    9th-29th Friday-Thursday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 4
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