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    American Indian Souvenir Novelties: Group of 14 Fobs and Pinbacks. Advertising Includes: Indian Chief raised medal advertising a supply company, name partially rubbed away, otherwise very good, Sheboygan Water watch fob, nice patina with some tarnish, Pittsburgh Butchers and Packers Supply fob with blue enamel border, wear to the metal center, an 1 3/4" celluloid photographic pin advertising the 101 Ranch and picturing Horse Chief Eagle, slight fading, no foxing with a solid pinback, beautiful enameled and medal Indian Chief fob with hanger reading "Crow Agency Mont" from the Second Industrial Fair of Crow Indians 1906 in excellent condition, a 7/8" celluloid pin from the Red Men's Excursion 1916 with ribbon in excellent condition, and a 7/8" real photo celluloid inserted into a metal star that reads "The National Convention Denver Colo" in good condition. There are six other metal and celluloid pieces with Indian motifs, but no advertising including a nice gold filled watch chain and a Chief Seattle souvenir change purse. An excellent group lot to fill your advertising and non political celluloid case.

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    May, 2019
    4th-5th Saturday-Sunday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 19
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