Tiny Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer figures move inside the pen and pencil set from the 1950s. The plastics were not perfected in the fifties and frequently discolored, usually turning a yellowish color and becoming less clear. The little Rudolph moves up and down inside the pen and pencil while "snowflakes" fall around him.
1950s Hopalong Cassidy ballpoint pen.
From the mid-1950s, a Girl Scout mechanical pencil.
From the late-1950s, a small fountain pen and pencil set by Wearever. This set came in different colors and depending which color set the picture on the box was different.
Vintage Trinket Box by Hickok from the 1940s.
These are the Mickey Mouse metal icons that were once attached to the wristband of a 1940s Mickey Mouse wristwatch. Mickey survived the years but unfortunately the watch didn't.
Keychains, one is a miniature 1956 Texas license plate. The other is an aluminum bottle opener, probably from the 1960s but possibly as early as the late 1950s. A third is a nailclipper made to go onto a keychain. Fourth is a brass plate with initials stamped into it.
Keychains, one is a miniature 1972 Texas license plate. The other is a bottle opener from Eddie's Liquors on South Congress in Austin, Texas. A third is a nailclipper that looks like a ladybug. These are all from around the 1960s and 1970s.
A souvenir coin purse purchased in 1947 while visiting Niagra Falls.
A President (Gerald) Ford campaign button. Don't be mislead by the photograph, this red and white campaign button is only 1.5 inches in diameter.
Reagan/Bush campaign button.
Texans for Reagan / Bush campaign button.
1940's Official Boy Scout knife.
A pre-1950s pocket knife.
Chevrolet keychain, 1968 Chevy.
Western Auto Keychain, 50th Anniversary 1909-1959.
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