Vintage original death notice funeral card for Mrs. George Mormon of Washington, Kansas.
Includes: Age at time of death. Place of death. Location of funeral and burial location.
Card measures 5 3/8 inches wide x 3 1/2 inches tall.
Condition is good with some light soiling.
15 cards available at time of listing. Shown is the one with the most soiling. All others have less soiling.
Vintage Original Bridge Tally Card. Diamond shaped with purple background featuring a musician in a hat, playing a guitar.
Card measures a little over 4 3/4 inches long x a little over 3 3/4 inches wide. Has a white string through the top.
Condition is good. Tally was removed from a scrapbook and has some paper residue on the back. There is also a crease near the top of the guitar along the upper right edge. There are also 3 small round punched out holes visible on his sleeve up to the guitar.
Very colorful tally!
Money School. Vintage 1963 Educational Pop Up Coin Saver or Counter Folder.
Folder is made of a stiff heavy card stock that is 1/8 of an inch thick. Opens to a pop up featuring a wise owl, as the teacher, chipmunk, squirrel and rabbit. The rabbit is holding a nickel, the chipmunk a dime, and the squirrel is holding a quarter.
Top section has slots for fifty cent pieces, nickels, dimes, pennies, and quarters. With each row showing as an addition, multiplication or division problem.
Lower section has columns of addition problems and subtraction problems. With a grand total of $10.36 shown in the bottom right corner.
Back is marked:
Covers show some wear and small scuff and scratches. Silver dollar slot also has a small tear along the right edge. Nice bright colors.
Blue item in some of the pictures is just an item I used to hold the folder open for the photos.
A fun back to school teaching collectible!
Vintage circa 1950 Boys Town Nebraska full sheet of 25 Cinderella stamps.
Full sheet measures 10 1/4 inches wide x 8 1/8 inches long. Individual stamps each measure just over 2 inches wide x 1 5/8 inches tall.
Condition is very good and stamps are unused. They have been stored partially folded, along the perforations, in a Boys Town souvenir postcard folder for many years.
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