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    Group Lot of Carnival and Event Badges, Including a Pocket Mirror & Cork Screw. Souvenir carnival badges mostly from Kansas, including: 1) celluloid 1 3/4" Annual State Reunion pinback from 1902. 2) 1 3/4" Nortonville Jubilee souvenir dated 1902. 3) 1 3/4" Wichita Falls Carnival & Fair with beautiful lady dated 1900. 4) large 2 1/4" celluloid badge with ribbon for the Franklin County Fair 1898 with a solid celluloid back and some running of the black ink from the lettering. 5) 1 3/4" Corn Carnival colorful pin with clown and masked lady dated 1896. 6) 1 3/4" devil advertising the Abilene Carnival 1900 with a bumpy celluloid surface. Also two advertising celluloid pieces, to wit: 7) 2 1/4" pocket mirror advertising a Cowboy Clothier with foxing all around. 8) 1 3/4" pinback for an 1899 Bicycle Race and Carnival. Along with the eight celluloid buttons, there is a cork screw made like ladies legs wearing stockings. Condition of items is as noted with several of the buttons near mint and including back papers.

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    Auction Dates
    May, 2019
    4th-5th Saturday-Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 12
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