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    Three different St. Louis World's Fair china souvenir cups.  1) 3" high cup with a saucer and gold trim, picturing  the Palace of Electricity.  The building picture is VF but there is a tiny paint chip below in the building's name.  2)  Two different 2-3/4" cups, gold trimmed - Palace of Electricity and again only decal wear in the bottom name and the Machinery Building which has a small line through the decal which was done in the making.

    5 different china pin dishes with various buildings from the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair.  1)  4"X4" picturing the Palace of Machinery with the gold border trim worn almostly completely off but with a VF center picture.  2)  Two different 4-3/4" by 3" dishes - one the the Vaired Industries w/bottom name decal wear and the Manufacturers Blgd with a light edge wear in the tower.  O/W, VF.  3)  Two kidney shaped dishes, 6-1/4" wide with the Palace of Manufacturers w/wear on the tower and the US Gov't Blgd with a very minor decal wear in the field.   Please note: Due to the size and/or weight of this lot, additional shipping costs may apply.


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    July, 2004
    29th Thursday
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