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    4  different 3 3/4" high tumbers from St. Louis, all manufactured in Austria.  The first, a multi-colored floral design pictures The St. Louis (EADS) Bridge, City Hall St. Louis, and St. Louis Union Station.  The bright gold trim at the top and bottom makes the colors of the St. Louis souvenir glass vivid.  The second tumbler in mutli-color reads:  "Souvenir of St. Louis Worlds Fair" and pictures the Administrtation Building, the Palace of Manufactures and the United States Government Building.  This tumbler has a tiny top chip and shows minor gold trim wear. The third is a black/white tumber picturing the Palace of Arts.  This has a 3/8" wide and a 1/8" wide top lip chip.  The fourth is a black/white tumbler with "General Fred Grant at the Cabin Built by his father1854 - St. Louis World's Fair 1904.  This has no chips but does show some gold trim wear.   Please note: Due to the size and/or weight of this lot, additional shipping costs may apply.

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    Auction Dates
    July, 2004
    29th Thursday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 3
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