World's Fair Auction

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Auction # 33 Closing Tuesday - January 29th, 2019 at 10:00 PM EST


World's Fair Auction Lot 1 - White Medal. Obverse: Pictures the Building in the center with an angel flying above. Above, around the edge is: "The International Exhibition of 1862." Below the building is: "Opened 1st May 1862 Designed by Captain Fowke R.E, Erected by Messrs Kelk and Lucas". In small writing under the building is: Ottley Birmm" (the designer of the medal). Reverse: "H. M. C. Majesty Queen Victoria" with an image of the queen wearing her royal crown looking to the left. Size: 2 1/16" diameter by 5/32" thick edge. Condition: Very Fine with a little wear to the obverse finish and a few rim nicks.

World's Fair Auction Lot 2 - Multicolor Cover page from the "Frank Leslie's Historical Register of Centennial Exposition 1876." The image is of 5 woman including Miss Columbia and Native Americans overlooking several American scenes including the Main Building from the Centennial, the Capital, A locomotive passing a telegraph pole and ships moving through a port. Printed by "Donaldson Brothers Five Points N.Y." Size: Image is 9 7/8" by 14 5/8" high. Overall: 11 3/4" wide by 16 1/4" high. Condition: Fine. The colors are bright but there is staining and tears in the selvage and overall darkening of the page. One tear in the center near the bottom in the image.

World's Fair Auction Lot 3 - Brass Medal. Obverse: Bust of Woman with "Concorde" written across her brow. "Republique Francaise" is written around the edge. In small letters under the bust is "Oudine". Reverse: Pictures the "Palais du Trocadero" "Republique Francaise" on edge above and "Admin. Des Monnaies et Medailles". In tiny print at the bottom is "Alphee Dubois" Size: 2" diameter. Condition: Extremely Fine with a little wear in spots.

World's Fair Auction Lot 4 - 5 volume set of hard cover books: "Paris Universal Exposition", "Reports of the United States Commissioners". Each volume pictures the front of the fair's official medal in gold on the front cover and the back of the medal on the back cover. Each volume focuses on a several specific areas: "Iron and Steel", "Glass", "Fine Arts", "Wood-Carving", "Textile Fabrics", "Agricultural Implements" and "Products", "Horticulture", "Chemical Processes", "Clocks and Watches" and much more, too much to list here. The first volume goes into specific discussion about the fair, its committees, regulations and even the forms that had to filled out. The books are filled with illustrations of the various objects, machines, etc. that were on display at the fair. The exhibition discussions include foreign participants as well as the US. There is a color map of the layout of the inside of the buildings. Each volume has an index in the back and they contain from 464 page to 702 pages, totaling 2995 pages including the indexes. If you want to know every aspect of this early and wonderful Paris fair, these books will provide many evenings of knowledge and enjoyment. Size: 6 1/2" wide by 9 1/2" high. 2995 pages total. Condition: Very Fine to Extremely Fine. There are some spots on a some of the first pages and some minor damage on each volume, but the insides are clean and the drawings of the objects are wonderful. Even the tissue paper that covers the plates appear to all be there.

World's Fair Auction Lot 5 - Small picture booklet "Panarama de Paris de L'Exposition 1878." given out by "Bodega" a company that sells wine, port and champagne with offices in Paris and 4 cities in England. The booklet opens in an accordion fashion to show 9 pictures of Paris and the exposition with titles under each picture. The back of the pictures has advertising for the Bodega products. Size: Closed: 1 15/16" wide by 2 1/2" high. Opens to almost 29" long. Condition: Extremely Fine. A very rare advertising piece.

World's Fair Auction Lot 6 - Trade Card with a multicolor picture of the "J&P Coats' Exhibit at the Cotton Centennial Exposition", "New Orleans 1885". The base of the exhibit has "The Old Stone Mill At Newport." written on the base and "80,264 Spools" on the floor of the exhibit (I assume that the exhibit was built with those spools). The back of the card has "The Skeleton in Armour" poem by "H. W. Longfellow.' and the location of the exhibit at the fair. Size: 4 1/8" wide by 5 1/4" high. Condition: Very Fine. There are creases in the upper right and lower left corner and a little age toning of the paper.

World's Fair Auction Lot 7 - Woman's Powder Box with a black and white picture of the "Administration Building Chicago Exposition 1893" on the top. Around the edge are gold gilt flowers with red highlights. The box is milk glass with a yellowish hue. Uncommon. Size: 3" diameter by 3 1/16" tall. Condition: Extremely Fine. There is a 1/4" square chip on the back under the brass clasp ring (see 3rd photo) and the gold gilt at around the bottom is mostly worn off. The picture on the top is Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 8 - Four sided glass perfume bottle (also called a tear catcher) with thumbprint indentations on two sides. Within these there are gold designs. On the other two sides is writing in gold. One side has "Exposition 1893" and on the other side "Chicago". The stopper is missing. Size: 5 3/8" long by aprox. 1/2" square. Condition: Extremely Fine, very slight wear to the gold.

World's Fair Auction Lot 9 - Jig Saw Puzzle picturing the "Transportation Building." At the top of the box cover is "The World's Columbian Exposition". At the bottom is "Picture Puzzles". The box and puzzle are multicolor chromolithography. The puzzle is complete. Made by "McLoughlin Bros. New York." a premier game and toy maker of the later half of the 19th Century. Size: Box is 12 3/4" wide by 9 1/2" high. The puzzle is 22 1/8* wide by 10 1/4" high. Condition: Extremely Fine, slightly soiled.

World's Fair Auction Lot 10 - Children's Book, "Little Folks History of the United States." With the cover picturing "Independence Hall" with doors that open to reveal the Continental Congress. The pages are thick cardboard and every page is printed in multicolor chromolithograph on one side of every page. Each page pictures scenes from different important events in American History including the Revolution, War of 1812, Mexican American War and the Civil War with a description on the facing page. The back cover pictures "President Cleveland opening the World's Fair" with an aerial view of the fairgrounds. At the bottom of the back page is "The World's Columbian Exposition Chicago.", "1493" (so they made a small mistake on the year), "1893". The pages are tied together with the original string. Published by "De Wolfe Fiske & Co." of "Boston". This is a wonderful children's item. Size: 12" wide by 8 1/8" high. Condition: Very Fine with bright vibrant colors on all the pages. There is some corner damage. Some of the string holes on one end are torn. There are some light spots on the cover. It has both doors on the cover and the few others that I have seen over the years have had one or both doors missing.

World's Fair Auction Lot 11 - "Historical Game", "'Our Country' for Home and School" picturing the Administration Building that is flying a flag with "Columbian Exposition" written in the flag. "Published by C. W. Bardeen" of "Syracuse, N.Y." this game contains 100 cards, numbered from 1 to 100, each with 5 questions and answers about American history. The box also pictures Columbus in a boat with "1492" written above his head. Size: Box is 4" wide by 2 11/16" deep by 1 5/16" high. Condition: Very Fine. There is wear to the edges of the box and the top is a little faded. Some of the cards have light spots. This is a rare game.

World's Fair Auction Lot 12 - Sea Shell with a lovely painting of 2 owls sitting in a tree with "For Wind, or Rain, we do not care, But we must go to the World's Fair. 1893" painted around the image. Size: 5 1/4" wide by 4 5/8" high. Condition: Extremely Fine, there is a chip in the shell at 10 o'clock. The paint of the image and writing is Excellent. (The owls are really cool looking).

World's Fair Auction Lot 13 - China Pitcher with multicolor picture of the "World's Fair Horticultural Building" that is surrounded by a raised design that is highlighted with gold gilt. The pitcher stands on 4 legs. The spout and handle are also highlighted with gold gilt. Uncommon. Size: 2 3/4" spout to handle by 3 1/8" tall. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 14 - Ferris Wheel Glass Paperweight with multicolor picture of "The Ferris Wheel, World's Fair 1893." in very small print with "264 Feet in Diameter". There are several small buildings pictured around the wheel. Size: 3" diameter by 1 1/4" thick. Condition: Very Fine, There is a small spot in the sky to the right of the wheel.

World's Fair Auction Lot 15 - Etched Glass Tumbler picturing Columbus landing scene with "1492" underneath and the Administration Building with "1892" underneath. The 2 scenes are surrounded by flowers, fauna and a flying insect. Size: 2 5/8" diameter by 3 13/16" tall. Condition: Very Fine, there are 3 minor flakes on the inner edge of the rim.

World's Fair Auction Lot 16 - Plate, the center shows the "The Hall of Mines and Mining, World's Columbian Exposition" in brown. The design around the edge features flowers and leaves. On the back it is marked "Porcelaine Opaque" "Bridgewood and Sons, England". Size: 8 3/4" diameter. Condition: Fine. The front is nice and clean, but there is an 1/8" chip just under the edge (actually looks like a pop in the glaze) and some small brown spots on the edge and back.

World's Fair Auction Lot 17 - Admission ticket with portrait of George Washington on the left. On the right is printed "World's Columbian Exposition Chicago Admit the Bearer 1st May to 30th Oct. 1893" with a blue scalloped design in the background. Ticket # "A 21122" (a five digit number). On the reverse side is printed "Good for One Admission at Pay Gates" on a blue design background. Ticket printed by "American Bank Note Co., New York". Size: 3 13/16" wide by 2 1/4" high. Condition: Near Mint.

World's Fair Auction Lot 18 - Book of 12 pages with sepia pictures of the "World's Columbian Exposition at Chicago 1893" as written on the Red Cover. The cover also has gold and black decorations. Inside the pages fold out like an accordion with 18 pictures of fair buildings. There is a map of the fairgrounds attached to the inside of the back cover. Size: 9 5/8" wide by 6 1/8" high. Condition: Fine. The accordion pages are separated from the first page (which is attached to the cover) and reconnected with tape.

World's Fair Auction Lot 19 - Color Chromolithograph of "The Yerkes Telescope" with miscellaneous exhibits pictured in the background drawn by Graham. This print is from the folio of Graham prints. Size: 8 7/8" wide by 11 7/8" high. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 20 - Trade card for "Enterprise Ice Shredder." This multicolor chromolithograph pictures soldiers using the ice shredder with native Americans in the background. At the bottom is a picture of the ship "Illinois. On the back is a picture of the shredder along with information and pricing. Size: 3 3/8" wide by 4 7/8" high. Condition: Fine, there is a light stain about 1/2" square in the lower left corner and 2 tears about 1/4" each at the bottom.

World's Fair Auction Lot 21 - Enterprise Trade Card for their "Bone, Shell and Corn Mills". The front pictures the "Electrical Building" and Native Americans using the machine in multicolor chromolithography. The back describes the machine and the pricing. Size: 3 3/8" wide by 4 15/16" high. Condition: Fine, there is light brown and red discoloring on the right 80% of the card (to the right of the visible line on the front).

World's Fair Auction Lot 22 - Trade Card picturing the "Indiana" building "Cost $ 25,000" in black and white with a beige border. At the top Is "World's Fair, Chicago 1893." On the back is advertising for "Shute & Merchant's" "boneless : Codfish". Size: 4 5/8" wide by 2 15/16" high. Condition: Excellent with a little darkening around 2 edges on the back.

World's Fair Auction Lot 23 - Unused Goldsmith multicolor chromolithograph Postal Card. "Official Souvenir Postal", "World's Columbian Exposition". This postcard pictures "The Fisheries Building." at top and portrait of Christopher Columbus on the left. Marked "Series No. 1", "Twelve Designs". At bottom in small writing "Copyright, 1893 by Charles W. Goldsmith Agent for the United States, the Isabella, 48 Van Buren St. Chicago. American Lithographic Co. N.Y. Litho" Size: 6 1/8" wide by 3 11/16" high. Condition: Extremely Fine, a little bend bottom right corner.

World's Fair Auction Lot 24 - Unused Goldsmith Postal Card. "Official Souvenir Postal", "World's Columbian Exposition". This multicolor chromolithograph postcard pictures the "U.S. Naval Exhibit.", "Battle Ship 'Illinois'". Marked "Series No. 1 Design No. 10". At bottom in small writing "Copyright, 1893 by Charles W. Goldsmith Agent for the United States, the Isabella, 48 Van Buren St. Chicago. American Lithographic Co. N.Y. Litho." Size: 6" wide by 3 7/16" high. Condition: Extremely Fine, slight corner wear.

World's Fair Auction Lot 25 - Unused Goldsmith Postal Card. "Official Souvenir Postal", "World's Columbian Exposition". This multicolor chromolithograph postcard pictures the "Manufacturers and Liberal Arts" building. with a couple of workers on the left. Marked "Series No. 1 Design 3" At bottom in small writing: "Copyright, 1893 by Charles W. Goldsmith Agent for the United States, the Isabella, 48 Van Buren St. Chicago. American Lithographic Co. N.Y. Litho." Size: 6 1/8" wide by 3 111/16" high. Condition: Extremely Fine, a little corner wear.

World's Fair Auction Lot 26 - Bronze Medal. Obverse: Pictures the California Eureka Woman seated with her arm resting on the American Shield, with a bear at her feet with a miner, boats in the water mountains and a sun rise in the background. At top is "Labor and Liberty". Reverse: There is a aerial view of the fairgrounds in the center with "California Midwinter International Exposition" and "San Francisco 1894" written around the edge. There is a loop at top that is original. (Not listed in H&K) Size: 1 1/4" diameter. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 27 - China Plate with a color image of the "Grand Palais" with people walking in front and on the street. Around the edge are pink dots and gold gilt. Size: 8 1/2" diameter. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 28 - Clock in the shape of a pan with a multicolor image of the Raphael Beck Logo of the 2 woman with their dresses forming the American Continent with "Pan-American Exposition. 1901. Buffalo. U.A.S. around the edge. The hours are written in gold numbers. The back of the handle is marked in large raised letters "m'f'g'd by C. F. Chouffet Jeweler - Buffalo, N.Y." The clock is designed to hang vertically from the hole at the top of the pan's handle. Size: 6" wide by 11 1/2 tall. Condition: Excellent working condition. A little wear to the gold on the '5'.

World's Fair Auction Lot 29 - Sterling Silver Spoon with an etched image of "Electrical Tower", "Pan Am. Exp. Buff. 1901" in the bowl. There is a beaded decoration around the handle edge on both sides and a decoration at the top of the handle. Size: 1 1/8" wide by 5 1/8" long. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 30 - Sterling Silver Spoon with a raised image of the American Continents (like the logo) with "Pan American Exposition" written around the picture and "Buffalo" below. "1901" is written to the left of the continents. There are some border decorations on the handle. Size: 3 1/2" long by 11/16" wide. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 31 - Cobalt blue chocolate cup with multicolor image of New York State Building. Around the picture and up the curled handle is gold gilt. The piece is unmarked. Size: 3" to top of handle and 2 3/4" from edge to end of handle. Condition: Extremely Fine, slight wear to the gold.

World's Fair Auction Lot 32 - Stick Pin with a gold colored embossed Buffalo head hanging from it. (Unlisted in Lavin) Size: 11/16" wide by 1" high (including loop) by 5/16" thick. The pin is 1 7/8" long. Condition: Extremely Fine, a little wear to the finish in a couple of spots.

World's Fair Auction Lot 33 - Booklet, "Pan American Exposition Buffalo 1901". As described on the first page, "The theme of the color design on the cover is that the ancient free spirit of the cataract returns to find herself bound by the electric circles of Niagara controlled. In vain she has struggled to be free. The figure stands on the world upon the spot where the exposition will take place." The booklet contains the "Purpose and Plan" of the fair along with 10 color drawings of buildings, an aerial view of the grounds and a wonderful 2 page picture of "The Midway". The 48 pages also contain many black and white pictures. Printed by "The Courier Co. Litho. Buffalo". Size: 6 1/16" wide by 8" high. Condition: Fine, there is wear to the spine and cover edges and a 1" tear in the back cover. Also the color ran a little in one color plate.

World's Fair Auction Lot 34 - Milk Glass Vase with a color image of the "Palace of Electricity", "St. Louis Exposition 1904". Around the base is a gold stripe. The bottom is marked "Austria" Size: 3" diameter at the widest by 5 5/8" tall. Condition: Excellent with a little roughness on the top rim probably from when it was cut off. Most of the gold on the top is rubbed off.

World's Fair Auction Lot 35 - Jasperware Plaque, a round Ceramic disk with raised image of the "Palace of Liberal Arts - World's Fair, St. Louis 1904." The background is light green and the building and writing are in white. There is a string at the top for hanging on the wall. (RLH 9-840) Size: 5 1/2" diameter. Condition: Near Mint.

World's Fair Auction Lot 36 - Tray with a Multicolor Reverse Glass picture of "Palace of Mines and Metallurgy". There is a metal frame around the edge with stars punched in the sides. Two handles are made of spiral wire. Size: 4 3/8" diameter. The handles make it 6" wide. Condition: Very Fine, there is a curved brown line on the right side of the image.

World's Fair Auction Lot 37 - Large Glass Pitcher with a reverse image of "United States Government Building". Above the picture is "World's Fair St. Louis, Mo. 1904". Around the picture is raised orange decorations (enamel paint) and pink glass with frosted glass above and below. The pitcher is wider at the base, narrows at the middle and widens slightly at the top. The handle is clear glass. Size: 4 7/8" diameter at the base and 11 1/4" tall. Condition: Fair. The picture is badly damaged and there are 2 cracks, one from the top to 1 1/2" below the top handle connection. The other is 5 1/2" long and is next to the lower handle connection. This is rare item, too bad it is such a wreck.

World's Fair Auction Lot 38 - Badge with celluloid pin back at top and blue ribbon hanging below. The button is black on white and pictures "New Jersey LA. Purchase Exp." written across the top and "St. Louis, 1904" at the bottom. The building is pictured in the middle (similar to RLH 39-1870 - but the one in the book does not have the ribbon). The ribbon is blank. Size: 1 1/4" wide by 2 7/8" high. Condition: Extremely Fine, a little darkening of the button.

World's Fair Auction Lot 39 - Purple Ribbon "Celebrating the Louisiana Purchase Centennial" with "World's Fair 1904 St. Louis" written in the globe at bottom. The writing and globe are in gold. This ribbon is a little weird because the edges were originally sewn but that cut off the left and right sides of the lettering, so the stitches were removed. Size: 2 5/16" wide by 4 7/8" high. Condition: Very Fine, the gold writing is turning green and the weird stitching as described.

World's Fair Auction Lot 40 - "The Cosmopolitan" Magazine, "The World's Fair" issue from "September, 1904". Featuring "200 Illustrations" and 144 Pages. Inside are information about every aspect of the fair including the Major buildings, the Pike, Art and too much for me to detail here including many pages of advertisements. Size: 6 5/8" wide by 9 3/8" high. Condition: Very Good. There are stains on the last 50 pages, stains on the side, soiled covers and a couple of torn pages. Still an excellent reference booklet.

World's Fair Auction Lot 41 - Small China Dish with 8 rounded sides and a multicolor picture of the "United States Government Building" in the center. Above the picture is "World's Fair St. Louis Mo. 1904". Around the edge of the bowl is a purplish pink border with gold rim. (RLH 9-280) Size: 4" wide by 4" high. Condition: Extremely Fine, a couple of small spots outside the field.

World's Fair Auction Lot 42 - Vegetable Dish with multicolor transfer of "Electricity Building", "St. Louis 1904" in the bottom of the dish. The edges are colored pink. Size: 8 1/4" wide by 4 3/4" by 1 1/8" tall. Condition: Good. There is a broken piece that was glued back just to the right of the top. Also light crazing overall. The picture has nice strong colors.

World's Fair Auction Lot 43 - Butter Pat with multicolor image of the Electricity Building", "St. Louis 1904". The edge of the dish is pink. Size: 3 3/8" diameter. Condition: Very Good, there are 2 chips at 6 o'clock, one has in-painting. There is overall crazing.

World's Fair Auction Lot 44 - Clear glass plate with cut-out lattice border. Pressed image in the bottom of "Festival Hall and Cascade Gardens". Above the image is "World's Fair St. Louis. 1904." The cascades are reverse painted gold with a white sky. The border has gold paint in half the small flowers and there is pink paint behind the lattice edge. (RLH 42-140) Size: 7 1/4" diameter. Condition: Very Fine, the pink paint is mostly gone, and a couple of small scratches in the white paint.

World's Fair Auction Lot 45 - Unused Multicolor Lithographed Postcard marked "Official Souvenir Post Card" picturing "Transportation Building" inside a rectangular decorative yellow border. The picture is signed "Graham". Marked on the bottom: "Samuel Cupples Envelope Co., St. Louis - New York Sole Stationery Licensee" and below that "Copyright 1903. Lou. Pur. Exp. Co." Size: 5 1/2" wide by 3 1/4" high. Condition: Near Mint.

World's Fair Auction Lot 46 - Unused Multicolor Lithographed Postcard marked "Official Souvenir Post Card" picturing "Main Lagoon" inside a right angle decorative yellow border. The picture is signed "Graham". Marked on the bottom: "Samuel Cupples Envelope Co., St. Louis - New York Sole Stationery Licensee" and below that "Copyright 1903. Lou. Pur. Exp. Co." Size: 5 1/2" wide by 3 1/4" high. Condition: Near Mint.

World's Fair Auction Lot 47 - Unused Multicolor Lithographed Postcard marked "Official Souvenir Post Card" picturing "Education and Social Economy Building" with a small curved decorative yellow border. The picture is signed "Graham". Marked on the bottom: "Samuel Cupples Envelope Co., St. Louis - New York Sole Stationery Licensee" and below that "Copyright 1903. Lou. Pur. Exp. Co." Size: 5 1/2" wide by 3 1/4" high. Condition: Near Mint.

World's Fair Auction Lot 48 - Sterling Demitasse Spoon with gold wash bowl. In the bowl is a raised image of the "Foreign Building 1905" with "Lewis & Clark Portland Ore." underneath. The handle has a die cut Native American's head and shoulders with a quill full of arrows hanging on his chest. Below is a Tee Pee, then an Ax and Pipe with 2 ears of corn at the bottom. On the back is marked with 3 hearts each containing one character "P", "&", "B" with "Sterling" written next to it. It has wonderful detail. Size: 3 1/2" long by 11/16" wide. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 49 - Used Black and White Postcard for "Vue Generale" (General View) picturing a view of the fairgrounds from across the river. The upper left of the card is marked "Exposition Universelle de Liege 1905." The back is marked "Nels Bruxelles. No. 426. D" with a logo of the fair with official postcard. The post card is addressed to England in pencil and postmarked "Liege", "Exposition". Size: 5 3/8" wide by 3 7/16" high. Condition: Very Fine, a little damage to the bottom corners.

World's Fair Auction Lot 50 - Used Black and White Postcard for "Pont de Fragnee (detail)" (detail of bridge) picturing part of the bridge with two statues. The upper left of the card is marked "Exposition Universelle de Liege 1905." The back is marked "Nels Bruxelles. No. 5." with a logo of the fair with official postcard. The post card is addressed to Holland in ink and postmarked "Liege", "Exposition". Size: 5 1/2" wide by 3 1/2" high. Condition: Very Fine, a little damage to the right side corners and there is writing on the picture in ink.

World's Fair Auction Lot 51 - Used Color Postcard for "Osteria Capri" (Capri Restaurant) picturing the building. The upper left of the card is marked "Exposition Universelle de Liege 1905." The back is marked "Nels Bruxelles. No. 311." with a logo of the fair with official postcard. The post card is addressed to France in pencil and postmarked "Liege". Size: 5 7/16" wide by 3 1/2" high. Condition: Very Fine, a little damage to two corners. The stamp was put on half on the back and half on the front.

World's Fair Auction Lot 52 - Celluloid Pin Back with blue ribbon hanging below. The button pictures the "New Jersey" building in black with "Jamestown Ter-Centennial Exposition, VA." Written around the top. (Reed pg. 92). Size: Button is 1 1/4" diameter. The height from top of button to bottom of ribbon fringe is 2 3/8". Condition: Extremely Fine. A little darkening of the background.

World's Fair Auction Lot 53 - Used Postcard "Palace of Manufactures and Liberal Arts, Jamestown Exposition, 1907.""American Colortype Co. N.Y." "Copyright 1907 Jamestown A. & V. Co.". This "official souvenir" postcard pictures a color drawing of the Palace of Manufactures and Liberal Arts in the background and a courtyard filled with people in the foreground. Description on back: "Palace of Manufactures and Liberal Arts, Jamestown Exposition, 1907. Devoted to exhibits showing methods and processes used in making the various manufactured articles. Area, 141,000 square feet." It has the official U.S. Postage stamp but is not cancelled at the fair. Size: 5 1/2" wide by 3 1/2" high. Condition: Fine. There is corner damage and a message is written in ink all the way around the picture.

World's Fair Auction Lot 54 - Unused Postcard "First American", "Events of Hampton Roads", "ME for the Jamestown Exposition 1907.", "1607 Old Church at Jamestown, VA. 1907." "Mfg. for Paul G. Blanford, Portsmouth, VA." The postcard pictures an Indian ("First American") on the left. The outline of a tomahawk goes through the center to the right with separate color drawings on the handle: first landing on U.S. soil and the Monitor and Merrimac battle ("Events of Hampton Roads"). On the head of the tomahawk, at the top is a battle ship ("ME for the Jamestown Exposition 1907") and the bottom is the ruins of the tower of the Old Church ("1607 Old Church at Jamestown, VA. 1907.") "Thomas .A. Bramberry, Patentee.", "Balto. Badge & Novelty Co. Litho." Size: 5 1/4" wide by 3 3/16" high. Condition: Very Fine with a thumbtack hole in the bottom center.

World's Fair Auction Lot 55 - Used Multicolor postcard of the "U.S. Government Building A, Jamestown 1907" on the front and the fair logo and "1607 - Jamestown Exposition - 1907", "Official Souvenir", "Post Card", and 1 cent US stamp with fair cancellation on the back. The card is "Published by the Concessionaire, The Jamestown Amusement & Vending Co., inc., Norfolk, VA." and is numbered 181. Size: 5 1/2" wide by 3 1/2" high. Condition: Very Good. Slight tear on right side and corner damage. Writing above image .

World's Fair Auction Lot 56 - Small 3 legged Bowl with a Japanese Woman sitting next to a picture of the "Palace of Fine Arts", "Alaska Yukon Pacific Exposition". The inside of the bowl is highly decorated with red, pink, gold, blue, green and white flowers and other Japanese motifs. There are small decorations on the outside. The bottom is marked "M. Furumo" (I think) "Yokohama, Japan". Size: 3 1/8" diameter by 1 5/8" tall. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 57 - Small flag with "Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition. Seattle. 1909" marked at the end. Colors are white stars on a blue background and red circle and bow tie design on a white background. Size: 6 3/4" wide by 4 3/4" high. Condition: Excellent with a few folds.

World's Fair Auction Lot 58 - Leather Wall Hanger. This item is truly multimedia with 3 raised pink and red flowers, 2 brass pins each with a photograph of a woman's face, and an attached post card of "1866 - Cascade Court and Geyser Basin, Alaska-Yukon Pacific Exposition." Burned into the leather is "A.Y.P. Exposition Seattle" and "1909" along with leaves. The bottom has long fringes. This is a very unusual piece, it is hard to tell if they bought it at the fair, or made it using pins that were made at the fair (the pins are not marked). Unusual. Size: 5 5/8" wide by 15" high. Condition: Overall Very Fine. The pictures in the pins are darkened and very darkened. The post card has several cracks and is ripped on the whole left side crack.

World's Fair Auction Lot 59 - Sterling silver spoon with the image of the "Alaska Bldg." embossed in the bowl with "A.Y.P. Expo." written above. Decorating the handle from top to bottom: Stars, the "Seal of Alask" (the last 'a' is over the edge and never existed) picturing the seal, "The Summit" picturing a train traveling over a bridge, a miner's pick ax, shovel and pan, and finally a totem poll with "Alaska" written above. On the back of the handle from top to bottom: Pictures of a "Family of Huskies", "Skagway", and a "Dog Team" pulling a sled and a man. At the bottom are the initials "HDK", "Sterling" and "MB" with cross pick axe and shovel. All the images on the spoon relate to Alaska. This was 50 years before Alaska became a state. Size: 4 1/8" long by 7/8" wide. Condition: Extremely Fine, a little wear to the handle.

World's Fair Auction Lot 60 - Unused Postcard "No. X69 Puget Plaza and Government Buildings from Main Entrance." In the upper right corner is the circular logo of the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition. This is a multicolor lithographed postcard marked "Official Post Card." in lower right corner. On the back is "Portland Post Card Co., Seattle, Wa., and Portland, Ore." Size: 5 7/16" wide by 3 1/2" high. Condition: Very Fine, a little damage to 3 corners.

World's Fair Auction Lot 61 - Unused Postcard "No. X61 Machinery Hall". In the upper left corner is the circular logo of the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition. This is a multicolor lithographed postcard. On the back is "Portland Post Card Co., Seattle, Wa., and Portland, Ore." Size: 5 3/8" wide by 3 1/2" high. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 62 - Unused Postcard "No. X62 Manufacturers Building and Arctic Circle." In the upper right corner is the circular logo of the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition. This is a multicolor lithographed postcard marked "Official Post Card." in lower right corner. On the back is "Portland Post Card Co., Seattle, Wa., and Portland, Ore." Size: 5 3/8" wide by 3 3/8" high. Condition: Fine, tiny paper loss upper right corner and slight damage 2 other corners.

World's Fair Auction Lot 63 - Unused Postcard "No. X59 Yukon Ave., Looking East." In the upper right corner is the circular logo of the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition. This is a multicolor lithographed postcard marked "Official Post Card." in lower right corner. On the back is "Portland Post Card Co., Seattle, Wa., and Portland, Ore." Size: 5 7/16" wide by 3 7/16" high. Condition: Very Fine, slight damage to corners.

World's Fair Auction Lot 64 - Unused Postcard "No. X70 Alaska Monument and Hawaii Building." In the upper right corner is the circular logo of the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition. This is a multicolor lithographed postcard marked "Official Post Card." in lower right corner. On the back is "Portland Post Card Co., Portland, Ore. and Seattle, Wa." Size: 3 3/8" wide by 5 1/2" high. Condition: Extremely Fine, very slight corner wear.

World's Fair Auction Lot 65 - Unused Postcard "No. X40 Looking Southwest from Music Pavilion." In the upper right corner is the circular logo of the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition. This is a multicolor lithographed postcard marked "Official Post Card. in lower right corner. On the back is "Portland Post Card Co., Portland, Ore. and Seattle, Wa." Size: 5 1/2" wide by 3 7/16" high. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 66 - Unused Postcard "No. X73 Arctic Circle, Cascade Court and U. S. Government Group." In the upper left corner is the circular logo of the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition. This is a multicolor lithographed postcard marked "Official Post Card." in lower right corner. On the back: "Portland Post Card Co., Portland, Ore. and Seattle, Wa." Size: 5 1/2" wide by 3 7/16" high. Condition: Extremely Fine.

World's Fair Auction Lot 67 - Unused Postcard "No. X11 A Portion of the Manufacturers Building." In the upper left corner is the circular logo of the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition. This is a multicolor lithographed postcard. On the back is "Portland Post Card Co., Seattle, Wash., and Portland, Ore." and "Official Post Card, Copyright 1908, A. Y. P. E. Co." Size: 5 1/2" wide by 3 7/16" high. Condition: Fine-, paper loss from bottom right corner.

World's Fair Auction Lot 68 - Bronze Medal. Obverse: Picture of "The Half Moon" in the center with "In Commemoration of the Hudson - Fulton Celebration", "1609 1909" around the edge. Reverse: Picture of the Clarmont in the center with "1807 - 1909" underneath. Around the edge is "New York Sept. 25th to Oct. 9th" and "Fulton's S.S.Clermont ". I have not had this medal before. Size: 1 5/16" diameter. Condition: Very Good, it is worn and has rim nicks.

World's Fair Auction Lot 69 - Small Vase with green, light green and white enamel paint on a gold gilt background. On the side is written in gold "Panama Exposition San Francisco". A stunning little vase. Size: 1 3/4" diameter at the widest by 2 3/4" tall. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 70 - Celluloid Tape Measure with pictures in pink, black and green on both sides. "Panorama Panama-Pacific Universal Exposition 1915" with the Tower of Jewels prominent in the center is pictured on one side. The other side pictures "The Fine Arts Building Panama-Pacific International Exposition 19195, San Francisco, Cal". Around the edge are free form color decorations on the celluloid. The tape measure works. Size: 1 3/4" diameter by 5/8" thick. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 71 - Award Silk Ribbon for "Dairy Short Horn Produce of Dam" all written in gold on a green ribbon. At the top is the award medal logo of the winged woman, standing on a ship traveling through the Golden Gate with a wreath in her hand. Around her is "Panama-Pacific International Exposition" and "1915". In the center are the facsimile signatures of 4 officials. Size: 3 1/2" by 14 5/8" high not including the string at top. Condition: Excellent, a couple of minor creases.

World's Fair Auction Lot 72 - Reverse Glass picture of the "Palace of Horticulture" in an aluminum frame. The frame is marked "P.P.I.E.", "S.F. 1915" and has an American Flag etched in it. Size: 7 1/2" wide by 5 7/8" high. Condition: Fair, the glass is broken, otherwise the picture is bright and the frame is clean.

World's Fair Auction Lot 73 - Trade Card for "The Pacific Aeroscope Operated on the Zone P.P.I.E. San Francisco 1915" picturing a photograph of a steel arm raising, dropping and spinning a small building with a giant roller coaster behind. The back lists 9 reasons why "the Aeroscope Wonderful Example of Safe Engineering" is the perfect thrill ride at the fair. The card is printed in black & white with gray shades in the picture. Size: 3 1/4" wide by 5 3/8" high. Condition: Very Fine, a little damage to 3 corners and a little on the edges.

World's Fair Auction Lot 74 - Booklet "Views of the Panama-Pacific International Exposition". Twenty-four page booklet containing sepia colored prints of buildings at the exposition. Included are palaces, vistas, and a site map of San Francisco with informative captions below the prints. The centerfold is a panoramic view of the exposition "© 1914 Cardinell-Vincent Co. San Francisco, Official concessionaire P.P.I.E. Post cards, Folders, Panoramas Etc." An introduction is provided on the first page denoting the importance of the exposition at San Francisco. The cover for the booklet is light blue with a sketch of a bird's eye view of the exposition in gold and dark blue. Size: 10 1/4" wide by 8 3/16" high. Condition: Very Fine, there are a couple of spots on the left side of the cover. The inside is nice and clean.

World's Fair Auction Lot 75 - Booklet "Sectional Views of Simmons Hardware Company's Exhibit at the Panama-Pacific International Exposition" in the "Manufacturers' Palace", "San Francisco 1915". Inside are 40 pages picturing drawings of their products and a description. The centerfold shows their exhibit at the fair. Simmons was the maker of the "Keen Kutter" axes and tools. Size: 3" wide by 5 1/4" high. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 76 - "The Liberty Bell", "San Francisco to Philadelphia", "November, 1915", "Compliments of the City of Philadelphia". 32 page booklet that tells the history of the Liberty Bell and its place in American history. There are a few pages that discuss the shipping of the bell to San Francisco and to other fairs. The last few pages are the "Declaration of Independence". There are also a few picture of Philadelphia. Years ago I sold the matching booklet of the trip from Philadelphia to SF dated July 1915. Size: 6 1/8" wide by 9 1/8" high. Condition: Very Fine. There is a stain on the bottom right corner on all the pages that does not go into any writing or picture. The cover is a little soiled.

World's Fair Auction Lot 77 - Used Sepia colored Post Card of the "Organ in Festival Hall", "Panama-Pacific International Exposition", "San Francisco 1915" picturing a giant Organ compared to the person and keyboard on the stage in front. At the bottom is "Receiving Grand Price (Highest Award) Built by Austin Organ Company, Hartford, Conn." Mailed from St. Louis to Lexington, MO in 1915. Size: 3 3/8" wide by 5 3/8" high. Condition: Fine, a bit of damage to the corners and slight edge wear.

World's Fair Auction Lot 78 - Medal. Obverse: Raised image of the "Palace of Industry", "Wembley". Reverse: "Souvenir of British Empire Exhibition Wembley". The medal appears to be brass. Looped at top as made. Size: 1" diameter. Condition: Very Fine, some wear to both sides.

World's Fair Auction Lot 79 - "Official Publication Sesqui-Centennial International Exposition Philadelphia 1926" Picture book in the original envelope. This booklet is held together by white cord. Each of the 12 pages has a black and white picture (8 1/8" wide by 6" high) attached in the center. In the bottom selvage of the picture is the name of the exhibit. Several of the pictures are interesting including "High Street of 1776". Size: The booklet is 12 7/8" wide by 9 7/8" high Condition: Booklet is Excellent. Envelope is Fine with several tears.

World's Fair Auction Lot 80 - Woven Cloth hanger "Exposicion International Barcelona 1929" picturing a Spanish soldier from the 16th century, a building, 2 helmeted heads in circles and a discus thrower in a circle. It is woven in many colors. At the top is a gold colored bar with a shield in the center and a gold colored string to hang it. Size: 9 1/2" wide by 15" high including the fringe and not the string. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 81 - 7 1/2" long Greyhound Bus in the original box. The bus is made in two pieces and is an exact replica of the Greyhound Bus that traveled around the fairgrounds to transport visitors. Cab is painted blue, pulling a white trailer. On top of the trailer in blue "A Century of Progress", "Chicago 1933", "GMC", "Greyhound Lines". On each side are 3 running greyhounds. Stamped inside the trailer is "© 1933". Real rubber tires. Made by Arcade. Size: 7 1/2" long by 1 1/4" deep by 1 1/4" tall. Box is 8" by 2 3/4" by 2 1/8". Condition: Bus is Near Mint. The box is missing the flaps on one end and has a few stains.

World's Fair Auction Lot 82 - 10 1/4" long Cast Iron Bus. The bus is made in two pieces and is an exact replica of the Greyhound Bus that traveled around the fairgrounds to transport visitors. Cab is painted blue, pulling a white trailer. On top of the trailer in blue "A Century of Progress", "Chicago - 1934", "GMC", "Greyhound Lines". On each side are 4 running greyhounds. Stamped on one side is "© 1933 A.M.C." Made by Arcade. Real rubber tires. Size: 10 1/2" long by 1 3/4" wide by 1 3/4" tall. Condition: Very Fine. There is some paint loss and rust on the driver's side of the front grill.

World's Fair Auction Lot 83 - 4" Airflow Cast Iron Car in Red with a silver decal on the back "Airflow", "Chrysler", "A Century of Progress 1934". A lovely replica of the car, with a silver colored grill and blue hub caps. Made by Arcade. Rare. Size: 4" long by 1 1/2" wide by 1 1/4" tall. Condition: Very Fine. Some paint loss and a little damage to 1 tire.

World's Fair Auction Lot 84 - "Replica of Giant World's Fair Studebaker" in blue paint. This car model is made of pot metal and has 4 white rubber wheels. The hub caps are red. Made by the "National Product Corp. Chicago". Size: 6" long by 2 1/4" wide by 2" high. Condition: Fine+. About 20% of the blue paint is missing. The tires are original with one having a crack.

World's Fair Auction Lot 85 - 4 Firestone Tire Ashtrays in different colors with original glass inserts. The Round Clear glass inserts are each marked in raised letters on the bottom "Century of Progress", "Firestone", "Chicago", "1934". The surrounding tires are each a different color: yellow, orange, blue and green. Each tire is marked "Firestone". A set of 4 different colors is hard to find. (Note: the insert is hard to photograph.) Size: 3 3/4" diameter. Condition: Very Fine, each tire has several cracks. The inserts appear to be undamaged.

World's Fair Auction Lot 86 - Pair of Plaster Portraits, each with "1933 World's Fair" "Chicago 1934" incised into the border around the portrait. One is a man and the other is a woman. There is beautiful detail on the face (check out the eye lashes) and the painting is excellent. There is a ring on the back of each for hanging. Size: Each is 2 5/8" wide by 4 3/8" high. Condition: Extremely Fine, a couple of small chips on the back of the woman that are not visible from the front. A little green paint flaked off the man's coat.

World's Fair Auction Lot 87 - Wooden Puzzle with multicolor picture of the "North Bridge Fountain", "Century of Progress". This puzzle is different from most puzzles in that there are 2 layers of interlocking wooden pieces, one in the front that has the pictures attached and one in the back that holds the front pieces in place. Size: 2" square by 1 1/8" thick. Condition: Extremely Fine.

World's Fair Auction Lot 88 - Framed Certificate. At top is "Industry - Art - Humanity - Science - Agriculture" with an image of 5 people working in those fields below. In the center is "This Certifies that", then written in ink "Betty Lubin", "Residing at", again in ink "New Haven, Conn.", "Has Attended the Century of Progress at Chicago on", again in ink "August 5th/ 1933" with facsimile signatures of the General Manager and the President along with the fairs 1933 logo. At the bottom is "Registered at the Official Registration Bureau, Sears World's Fair Building". Printed in black with gold highlights in the picture of the workers at top. Size: With frame 10 1/4" wide by 13 1/8" high. Condition: Extremely Fine.

World's Fair Auction Lot 89 - Brown Leather Wallet in the original box. The wallet features the Star of Arcturus comet logo dated "1934" with "A Century of Progress Chicago" written in raised letters underneath. The edges of the wallet are tooled. The wallet has space for bills, a plastic window for an ID card, a place to put cards and a change purse with snapping cover. The box has a "1934" Star of Arcturus sticker. Size: Box is 3 1/4" wide by 5 1/16" deep by 7/8" thick. Wallet: Closed: 3" wide by 4 3/4" high. Opens to 8 1/8" wide. Condition: Excellent in the original box. There are a few bumps in the leather on the inside.

World's Fair Auction Lot 90 - "Ford Exposition" display box containing 12 different materials in the original mailing box. Box of 12 samples of materials including iron ore, rubber, and cotton, with "Man Must GO to the Earth for all Materials". Marked at bottom: "Ford Exposition", "A Century of Progress". The box is an unused mailer. Size: 3 3/4" wide by 5 1/4" by 3/4" thick. Condition: Near Mint.

World's Fair Auction Lot 91 - Large Multicolor Tin Lithographed Serving Tray with "A Century of Progress" written at the top and "1833 Chicago 1933" at the bottom. In the center are pictures of 5 buildings: "Federal Building and States Group", "Electrical Group", "Fort Dearborn", "Hall of Science" and "Travel and Transport". Size: 17 1/4" wide by 12 1/4" high. Condition: Very Fine, a few darkened areas (mostly near upper left corner) and some light scratches.

World's Fair Auction Lot 92 - TruVue Viewer and film in the original box. The view is brown. The film is black and white. The box is blue, red, silver and white. The 33 mm film is not in the viewer, but can easily be put back in. Size: Box is 4 3/8" long by 2 7/8" deep by 2 1/8" high. Condition: Box is Very fine with wear to corners and edges. Viewer and film are Extremely Fine.

World's Fair Auction Lot 93 - Sterling Silver Spoon. Pictured on the handle from top to bottom: "Federal Bldg", "Travel & Transportation Building", written "A Century of Progress 1934" and the "Hall of Science". The back of the spoon pictures "Illinois Host Bldg", the Star of Arcturus logo with "1934" and the "Havoline Thermom" (sic). Size: 5 3/8" long by 1" wide. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 94 - Clothing brush with celluloid handle and black bristles. On handle is a color image of the "Hall of Science", "Century of Progress", "World's Fair 1934". Size: 6 1/4" long by 2" wide by 1 1/4" tall. Condition: Fine, brown staining (foxing) around both round edges of the handle.

World's Fair Auction Lot 95 - "Short Term Press Pass" numbered "4156". The pass is for "Mrs. C. P. Hammerstein" to enter as a reported from the "Herald, Hollywood, Fla". At the top of the pass is printed "1833 - 1933" and "A Century of Progress". The pass is signed by Mrs. Hammerstein". Colors are orange with a little printing in green. The back has many stamps from exhibits she went to including "Obser. Tower", "Plantation Show", "Fort Dearborn" and others along with a few signatures (very interesting). The admission tags have all been used and removed. Size: 3 7/8" wide by 2 1/2" high. Condition: Very Fine.

World's Fair Auction Lot 96 - "Short Term Press Pass" number "11108" for "1934" to "Admit C. P. Hammerstein to Exposition Grounds of A Century of Progress", signed by C.P. himself along with 3 facsimile signatures. C.P.'s picture is glued into the upper left corner. 8 date stubs are still attached to the pass. Size: 4 1/4" wide by 2 1/2" high. Condition: Fine only because the glue for the picture has stained below the picture on the front and stained a large corner of the back.

World's Fair Auction Lot 97 - Pair of Black and white wallet sized photos of a smiling man (who is obviously having a great time at the fair) with "1934" in each upper corner and "A Century of Progress - Chicago" around each picture. Size: 3" wide by 1 11/16" high. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 98 - "Just A Motion Picture of Me from A Century of Progress", "1933 23rd St. Lagoon Bridge". In the center is a picture of a woman and according to the back "Hold Picture between thumb and fingers, then press edges gently". Also on the back "Patent" "Movie-Of-U" "Applied For", "188 W. Randolph St. Chicago, Ill.", "1933 - World's Fair - Chicago". Size: 2 5/8" wide by 3 3/4" high. Condition: Very Fine, a little wear to the edges.

World's Fair Auction Lot 99 - Hard Cover Book, "The Wellcome Research Institution" (founded by Sir Henry Wellcome), "London, England", "Exhibits at the Chicago Exposition 1933". The cover is green with gold writing. Inside are 61 pages including a 4 page index that has a description, researches and exhibits of the 7 different things they do and are displaying at the fair. Unusual. Size: 5" wide by 7 3/8" high. Condition: Would be Excellent except that pages 48 and 49 are separating a little at the spine.

World's Fair Auction Lot 100 - Booklet, "See Chicago and A Century of Progress Exposition", "Use Chicago Surface Lines" picturing an electric bus and electric trolley in front of the Travel and Transportation Building at the fair. Inside is a map of the routes and 3 pages of a breakdown of the routes, one page about the fair and the rest of the inside 10 pages are devoted to what else is available to tourists in Chicago. Size: 9" wide by 9" high (although it was originally folded in half). Condition: Extremely Fine, slight wear to fold.

World's Fair Auction Lot 101 - Folder "Visit the Exposition by Rail", "How the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad Company New England Steamship Co. can serve you in Chicago", "A Century of Progress 1933" picturing the Hall of Science, Travel and Transportation Building and more on the cover. Opens to 3 panels that offers 5 different tour packages and has a "Bird's-eye view of the 1933 Century of Progress". Size: 4" wide by 9" high. Condition: Fine, there are 1/8" separations at the ends of each fold.

World's Fair Auction Lot 102 - Advertising Card for the "Hotel Mira-Mar" located "8 minutes to the World's Fair". Describing the advantages of staying at the hotel along with rates and directions to the hotel. Size: 5 5/16" wide by 5 1/4" high. Condition: Fine, there is a fold in the center that has a 1/2" tear on the edge.

World's Fair Auction Lot 103 - Unused Postcard Folder with 10 double sided color foldout pictures. The cover has "Official View Book", "A Century of Progress Exposition Chicago - 1933" with a picture of the Transportation Building. Pictured on the back cover is the "Federal and States Building". It was published by R. H. Donnelley & Sons and is marked "DEEPTONE". Size: 6" wide by 4 1/8" high. Condition: Cover us Extremely Fine with a little edge damage and 3 pencil letters on the front. The inside Near Mint.

World's Fair Auction Lot 104 - Used Postcard Folder with 9 double sided color foldout pictures. The cover has "Century of Progress World's Fair 1933 Chicago" on the cover above an aerial view of the "Hall of Science". The back cover pictures the "Hall of Science" and "Three Fluted Towers". In small print on the bottom right corner of inside back cover is "D-2224". There is a cancelled 3 cent stamp on it. It was mailed. Size: 6 1/8" wide by 4 1/8" high. Condition: Very Fine. Wear to the edges of the cover. The inside is nice and clean.

World's Fair Auction Lot 105 - Unused Color Postcard "I'm feeling big in Midget Town", "Greeting from Chicago World's Fair 1933" picturing a full sized man carrying a die cut or figural souvenir of the fair in his arm and towering over a midget couple. The card is numbered "3A-H648" and is marked on back "C.T. Art Colortone", "Made only by Curt Teich & Co., Inc., Chicago". Size: 3 1/2" wide by 5 1/2" high. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 106 - Unused color postcard number "36A40" "Italian Village, Chicago World's Fair". "Kaufmann-Fabry Photo" and "4A-H1015" are at the bottom. The reverse states it's "C.T. Art Colortone made only by Curt Teich & Co., Inc., Chicago, U.S.A." Size: 5 1/2" wide by 3 1/2" high. Condition: Very Fine, slight corner damage and a couple of small spots on the back.

World's Fair Auction Lot 107 - Humorous Black and White Unused Postcard with a dog looking up its owner's dress with the Travel and Transportation building along with other buildings in the background. The dog has a balloon over its head with a woman wearing a long dress and "1833" below. Marked "Dogs-eye View of - A Century of Progress - Chicago 1933 ©" at the bottom. Size: 5 7/16" wide by 3 1/2" high. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 108 - Used Color Postcard picturing the "Sinclair Dinosaur Exhibit at the Century of Progress" with "Sinclair" on a sign in the upper left corner and a large dinosaur in the center towering over a man. On the back is published by the "R. R. Donnelley & Sons Co., Chicago". The card has the official US Chicago World's Fair stamp postmarked "Century of Progress", "Aug. 24", "1933". Size: 5 1/2" wide by 3 1/2" high. Condition: Very Good. A little corner damage and a crease in the center. The cancellation shows through a little.

World's Fair Auction Lot 109 - 7" long Cast Iron Toy Bus, an exact replica of the deco bus that drove visitors around the fairgrounds. On the top of the bus is written "Greyhound Lines", "Great Lakes Exposition 1936". There is an oval pressed into the side of the bus with impressions supposed to look like the great lakes logo. The vehicle comes in 2 parts, the engine cab front end and the passenger car rear end. The colors are blue and white. Size: 7" long by 1 3/8" deep by 1 1/2" high. Condition: Very Fine. Small areas of loss to the paint throughout with areas of rust visible. Rubber tires are hardened and stained black, but are completely intact (minor cracking, but no loss visible on right rear tire).

World's Fair Auction Lot 110 - Electric pants presser in the original box. The outside of the box has a maroon lid and reads "Great Lakes Exposition", "Cleveland Centennial", "June 27 to Oct 4 Cleveland 1936". The presser is silver with a black handle and maroon electrical cord. On the side of one of the silver presser blades it reads "Empire Electric Co. Cincinnati, Ohio", "Pat. 1959047". The box also contains a paper with information about the presser and shows a man pressing his pants while wearing them. Size: Box 3 1/2" wide by 11 1/2" long by 1 7/16" thick. Presser is 2 3/4" wide by 10 1/2" long. Condition: Presser is Excellent. The box is Fine with tape on 2 apron corners and wear to edges and corners.

World's Fair Auction Lot 111 - Elongated Cent, "Great Lakes Exposition" and "Cleveland 1936" written above and below the picture of the "Subway". The back shows a few letters on the edge, otherwise it is blank. Size: 1 7/16" wide by 3/4" high. Condition: Excellent with overall age toning.

World's Fair Auction Lot 112 - "Official Great Lakes Exposition View Book" with fold out map. This soft cover book contains 48 pages of black and white photos that show just how wonderful the design of art deco buildings at the fair were. The map folds out of the back of the book and has a legend showing where each of the 108 identified exhibits are located. Size: Booklet is 7 1/6" wide by 10" high. Condition: Extremely Fine, the cover is a little soiled.

World's Fair Auction Lot 113 - "Cavalcade Of Texas", "Souvenir Program Texas Centennial Exposition 25 cents", "Dallas 1936". Inside are 30 pages including the cast, a synopsis of the play with most of the booklet telling the story of Texas including pictures of pioneers and Native Americans. Including in this lot is a 4 page playbill that just lists the cast, the acts in the play and the people behind the scenes. Size: Program is 7 1/2" wide by 10 5/8" high. Condition: Very Fine, a couple of small holes on the cover's spine.

World's Fair Auction Lot 114 - "Jig-O-Pin" "Puzzle of Tomorrow", "New York World's Fair" with the Trylon and Perisphere pictured on the box top. This puzzle has 64 pieces that make a cube when put together. The lot includes the box, all the pieces to the puzzle and the original flyer. The puzzle is called "Jig-O-Pin" because you use pins, actually thin metal dowels to hold the pieces together while you build it. The puzzle has been put together and held in place using the original dowels. A Very Rare item, only one I've seen. Size: Box is: 10 1/2" by 5 1/2" by 2 3/4". The square puzzle is a 3 1/2" cube. Condition: Box is Fine with wear on the edges and a light stain on the top. The puzzle is Excellent. The instructions are Very Fine with folds.

World's Fair Auction Lot 115 - Tram with engine, driver and 1 car made by Arcade Toy Co. The engine has 2 decals both picturing the greyhound jumping over the Trylon and Perisphere with "Greyhound" written above. Next to the decal is "New York World's Fair". On the back of the engine is a decal ""An Arcade Toy". There is one car with an orange and blue canopy. The seats are orange and the outside is blue with silver sides. This toy is a replica of the tram that took people around the fair grounds. Size: 7 1/2" long by 1 3/4" wide by 2 3/16" tall. Condition: Very Fine. The decals on the side of the engine are almost complete (this is the most important part and usually these are damaged). The engine has some paint loss where the orange meets the blue on the top. The roof is a little faded. (This toy was originally sold with 1 or 3 cars).

World's Fair Auction Lot 116 - Green Vase with handles featuring multicolor pictures of the US Steel Pavilion on both side. Under the building in small letters is "New York World's Fair" with "1940" added (over 1939 that was originally on it). One side has a large picture and the other has a small picture. There is a gilt gold line around the base and where the top meets the globe shape and around each picture. Size: 6 3/4" wide (handle to handle) by 6 1/4" tall. Condition: Excellent with a little wear to the gold gilt at top and around the smaller picture.

World's Fair Auction Lot 117 - Porcelier tea pot with a raised image of the Trylon and Perisphere colored in blue with "New York World's Fair" in raised letters underneath. The top is original and the bottom is marked "Porcelier trade mark", "Vitreous Hand Dec. China made in U.S.A." Size: 9 1/2" wide from spout to handle by 7 1/2" tall to the top of the lid. Condition: Very Fine. There is a hairline on the bottom that has browned and light crazing overall

World's Fair Auction Lot 118 - Scrapbook with cork covers. A raised cork orange Trylon and blue Perisphere adorn the center of the cover with a brown "New York" above, brown "Worlds Fair" and orange "1939" below. All the lettering is cork. There are over 30 unused pages inside. I have not seen this item before. Size: 11 1/8" wide by 14" high. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 119 - Thermos Bottle with blue sides and orange Trylon and Perisphere on the side. Under the T&P is "N.Y. World's Fair". There are 3 orange stripes on each side of the T&P. The bottle is capped with a cork that is not original. The bottom is marked "Universal". Size: 3 5/8" diameter by 13 1/2" tall. Condition: Fine, there are several small scratches and a couple of small dents.

World's Fair Auction Lot 120 - Square glass block bank with raised Trylon and Perisphere "New York World's Fair 1940" on one side. The other side has the raised image of the "Glass Center" building. There are about 10 modern pennies in it. Size: 3 1/2" square by 1 3/4" thick. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 121 - Badge and Booklet for the "Joint Conference", "Top and $ 200,000 Clubs of the New York Like Insurance Company". The conference was held in New York from "September 6 to 8, 1939". The badge has a red ribbon with "N.Y.L.I.C. $ 200,000 Club New York City September, 1939" with a one sided hanging medal of the Trylon and Perisphere with clouds and sun's rays behind. Above is "New York World's Fair" and "1939" is below". The 8 page booklet is the schedule of the conference, including the events on the day they attend the fair. On the back cover is the Trylon and Perisphere. Uncommon. Size: Booklet is 4 1/2" wide by 6" high. Badge is 1 1/2" wide by 5" high. Condition: Badge is Excellent. Booklet is Extremely Fine with a little wear and soiling.

World's Fair Auction Lot 122 - Tin Lithographed 3 Dimensional Trylon and Perisphere with "New York World's Fair 1939" on the front of the base. The T&P are orange and the base is blue with orange writing. (usually these are in Bakelite, tin lithographed is not often seen.) Size: 2 1/8" wide by 1 5/8" deep by 3 1/2" high. Condition: Very Fine, a little wear to the paint and some spots on the top of the base.

World's Fair Auction Lot 123 - Glass Vase with a multicolor Enamel picture on the front of "The Trylon and Perisphere Theme Building of the New York World's Fair 1939." Below the picture is "New York World's Fair 1939". Around the image and the rim at top is gold gilt. The bottom is marked "© NYWF Lic. 2972" and "Czechoslovak". Size: 2" diameter at the widest by 3 3/8" tall. Condition: Near Mint.

World's Fair Auction Lot 124 - Ceramic Vase with oval image picturing the "Trylon & Perisphere" in white on a blue, green and white background. Above the picture is "New York World's Fair 1939". There is a blue line around the rim. There are 2 handles, both with a blue stripe. The outside is decorated with flowers. Size: 3 3/4" wide handle edge to handle edge by 4 7/8" tall. Condition: Extremely Fine. There is one spot above the Perisphere, a small chip on the bottom rim and a small mark on the back that looks like they started to put a flower there and then stopped.

World's Fair Auction Lot 125 - Magic deck of playing cards with "The Cards of Tomorrow" written on the side of the box. The front shows the Trylon and Perisphere with "New York World's Fair 1940" written on it. Inside is a deck of 46 cards, 23 of which are the 6 of clubs. The deck is used to perform magic tricks, that are successful, as long as the chosen card is the 6 of clubs. The back of the cards are a blue design. The cards were made by "Chas. Peters". Unusual. Size: Box is 2 3/8" by 3 1/2" by 5/8". Condition: Very Fine overall. The box is Fine, it has wear and all 4 small flaps are missing.

World's Fair Auction Lot 126 - Deck of playing cards with the Trylon and Perisphere on the back of cards. The backs of the cards are Blue, Pink and Purple. The cards are in their original box. Size: Box is 2 1/2" wide by 3 11/16" long. Condition: Cards are Near Mint. Box is Extremely Fine with a bit of wear to the top and bottom edges.

World's Fair Auction Lot 127 - Ticket for "Fair Rides Inc. Dodgem 1", "Each Ride 15 cents", "New York World's Fair 1940", "Pay as you leave the highest amount punched". The ticket is numbered "A 160793". The back is blank. Size: 2" wide by 4" high. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 128 - Pair of Ticket Stubs to the "World's Fair Hall of Music". These stubs are for the "June 10, 1939" matinee. These Orchestra seats were 50 cents for seats "U 110" & "U111". The tickets are yellow with black writing (the seat number is printed in red.) Size: 1 1/2" wide by about 1 1/2" long. Condition: Very Fine. Remember, these are torn halves of a ticket.

World's Fair Auction Lot 129 - "Specimen" Ticket Booklet includes "General Admission" and "Midget Town or Winter Wonderland", "Good only June 29 Russell Manufacturing Co. Employees' Day". The booklet includes 10 coupons worth 5 cents each toward the admission to other attractions. The coupons have the same number as the tickets on the cover. There is also a back cover to the booklet. Holes have been punched through the ticket numbers. The ticket is over-stamped "Specimen". Size: 6" wide by 2 1/4" high. Condition: Extremely Fine, a little wear to the ticket surface (near the center).

World's Fair Auction Lot 130 - Ticket with stub from "Organization Special" "No 847018". The ticket is for admission to "Sun Valley or Merrie England or Contemporary Art". The ticket is from a ticket booklet. Along with "New York World's Fair 1939" the ticket pictures the Trylon and Perisphere and a flag. The back of the stub has "184" printed on it in big numerals. The colors are black, blue, orange and yellow. Size: 5 9/16" wide by 2 7/16" high. Condition: Excellent, however it is out of a booklet.

World's Fair Auction Lot 131 - Ticket Stub for "The World's Fair of 1940 in New York For Peace and Freedom". The ticket is numbered "97609". The printing is blue and orange on white background and pictures the Trylon and Perisphere with the statue of Washington and the pools in front. This stub was removed from a book and the entrance ticket was removed from the other end. Size: 3 9/16" wide by 2 1/4" high. Condition: Extremely Fine.

World's Fair Auction Lot 132 - Unused Card, "This is to Certify that ____ has been Televised at the RCA Exhibit Building New York World's Fair ______ 1939", with the facsimile signature of the "RCA Exhibit Director" on the front along with an orange picture of a TV camera and cameraman. The back has a "We hope that you enjoyed your tour..." along with a reminder to buy RCA products and a thank you. Size: 4" wide by 2 1/2" high. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 133 - Dedication Ticket to "The Dawn of a New Day Dedication presented by The New York World's Fair 1939 in the Radio City Music Hall Rockefeller Center", "January 1, 1939", "10:00 A.M.", "Issued to" with the name "Charles D Lay" filled in in pen. A small Trylon and Perisphere is pictured in the lower left corner. Printed in blue on white background. Size: 4" wide by 2 1/2" high. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 134 - View-Master Reel of the fair in the original paper holder. The reel is marked "89 New York World's Fair II". The reel has 7 color stereo pictures. Will play in any View-Master player. Size: Reel is 3 1/2" diameter each. Condition: Excellent, the cover is a little browned.

World's Fair Auction Lot 135 - 1 Pathegrams Cine Vue film strip, film strip "No. 1". There is no box. Condition: Good, some ripped perforations, an inch of the edge is torn off, and creases in the strip.

World's Fair Auction Lot 136 - "16 Actual Photographs" "New York World's Fair" with T&P and other buildings pictured on the color cover. There are 16 miniature photos of the fair, each one has the title printed on the edge of the field. Published by "Davis Photo Service Chicago, ILL." Also marked "Official License No. A1183". The box is a mailer. Size: Photos are 3 3/8" wide by 2 5/8" high. The box is slightly larger. Condition: Excellent, photos are Near Mint.

World's Fair Auction Lot 137 - Elongated cent, in the center is the image of the Trylon and Perisphere with "New York World's Fair" and "The World of Tomorrow" written around the edge. In the sky is "1939". On the Perisphere you can see the word "Cent". The reverse is blank. Size: 3/4" wide by 1 1/2" high. Condition: Very Fine with heavy toning and a tiny green spot on the back.

World's Fair Auction Lot 138 - Ashtray in style of wedgewood or jasperware picturing the Communications Building in white in the center. The edges are marked in raised blue letters "New York" at top, "World's Fair" at bottom and "1939" on both sides. Marked "Japan" on the bottom. Size: 3 3/16" wide by 2 1/2" deep. Condition: Very Fine, there are several flaws that appear to be in the making.

World's Fair Auction Lot 139 - Ashtray in style of wedgewood or jasperware picturing the Trylon and Perisphere in white in the center. The edges are marked in raised white letters "New York" at top, "World's Fair 1939" at bottom. The sides have a raised white decoration. Marked "Japan" on the bottom. Size: 4 7/16" wide by 4 3/8" deep. Condition: Very Fine, there is a chip on the bottom rim that is not visible from the side and some black marks above the T&P.

World's Fair Auction Lot 140 - Small Round Glass Dish with a smooth flat top because the images are 3 dimensional going down under the dish. In the center is the Trylon and Perisphere with "New York World's Fair" above and "1939" below. Size: 3 1/2" diameter. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 141 - White ceramic Platter with handles picturing the Trylon and Perisphere in center with musical notes, flags and a couple of buildings in the background. The edge is patterned with a red background and an overlaying gold design. Two small handles on each side of the dish. On the back is "1939 New York Worlds Fair", "Union Made Cronin China Co, Minerva, Ohio" with the manufacturer's stamp in gold for The Cronin China Co. Size: 10 5/8" wide handle edge to handle edge. Condition: Extremely Fine with heavy overall crazing, with no discoloration nor damage. (Rarely do you find one of these musical china objects that is not heavily crazed.)

World's Fair Auction Lot 142 - Large, white, ceramic serving plater with an art deco design of the Trylon and Perisphere in center in reddish orange and gray and the words, "New York World's Fair 1939". Edge is designed with two wing like handles on either side painted red and a blue rim. Two stamps on the back: Gold stamp reads "Joint Exhibit of Capital and Labor The American Potter- New York World's Fair 1939". Black makers stamp that reads "Semi Vitreous Edwin M. Knowles China Co. Made in USA" Size: 11 3/4" handle to handle. Condition: Extremely Fine, a couple of light scratches in the center and a small white spot (looks like paint) on the blue rim.

World's Fair Auction Lot 143 - Linen Dish Towel picturing a large blue and orange Trylon and Perisphere with 13 little T&Ps around it. At the bottom is "1939" "New York World's Fair", "1939". There are orange and blue stripes at top and bottom. Marked "Pure Imported Linen". Size: 11 5/8" wide by 18 1/2" long. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 144 - Ribbon "Hostess", "National Advisory Committee", "New York World's Fair 1939" printed in gold on a blue ribbon. No Pin. (Rossen pg. 154) Size: 1 1/4" wide by 3 3/4" high. Condition: Extremely Fine, a little wear to the gold.

World's Fair Auction Lot 145 - Oval shaped pin with a mother-of-pearl background and gold colored rim. In the center is an attached gold colored metal of the Trylon and Perisphere with "N.Y. World's Fair" under the T&P. Size: 1 3/8" wide by 1 11/16" high. Condition: Fine, the gold finish is worn.

World's Fair Auction Lot 146 - Small Figural Pin with the Trylon and Perisphere on top of a blue baked enamel trapezoid with "N.Y. World's Fair 1939" written in it. Size: 7/16" wide by 15/16" tall. Condition: Very Fine, light scratches and wear.

World's Fair Auction Lot 147 - Pin with raised image of the Trylon and Perisphere along with green painted trees with "New York World's Fair" pressed into the material at top. Lower right corner has "© NYWF" pressed in. The Trylon is painted gold and blue and the Perisphere is orange. The pin is made of a material that is similar to SyrocoWood. Size: 1 5/8" wide by 1 1/8" high. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 148 - Round pin with Mother of Pearl Trylon and Perisphere. The outside ring of the pin is blue with 2 ribbon shaped metal strips running across the sky, one with "New York World's Fair" pressed in it and the other "1939". There is also a little orange painted airplane in the upper left. Size: 1 3/4" diameter. Condition: Extremely Fine, a little orange missing from the plane and overall age toning of the metal.

World's Fair Auction Lot 149 - Celluloid Pin Back picturing the Trylon and Perisphere in the center with "New York World's Fair" and "1939" written around the edge. The colors are blue, orange and white. This is an Uncommon button. Size: 1 1/4" diameter. Condition: Very Fine. The face is a little bumpy and a little rust on the back.

World's Fair Auction Lot 150 - Small Celluloid button, "I Was There" around bottom. In the center pictures Trylon and Perisphere with "New York World's Fair" around the top and "1939" in the center. Colors are blue and orange on white. Size: 5/8" diameter. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 151 - Small Celluloid Pin Back with white Trylon and Perisphere on blue background with an orange ring. Around the edge is "New York World's Fair" with "1939" and a plane in the sky. Smaller than the usual size. Size: 7/8" diameter. Condition: Excellent. There is a little rust on the inside.

World's Fair Auction Lot 152 - Bakelite Stick pin in Dark Red with the Trylon and Perisphere (Perisphere is a white bead) and the words "New York World's Fair" above and "Bakelite" below. The back is marked with "molded on H-P-M injection machine made by The Hydraulic Press Mfg. Co." with the "Bakelite" trade mark at the bottom. Size: The head is 1 3/16" wide and 1 1/8" high. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 153 - Bakelite Stick pin in Lime Green with the Trylon and Perisphere (Perisphere is a white bead) and the words "New York World's Fair" above and "Bakelite" below. The back is marked with "molded on H-P-M injection machine made by The Hydraulic Press Mfg. Co." with the "Bakelite" trade mark at the bottom. Size: The head is 1 3/16" wide and 1 1/8" high. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 154 - Dinner Menu from "Le Restaurant Francais" picturing a man standing on the top third of the globe raising the French Flag next to the American Flag with New York City Skyline under the flag poles and the Eiffel Tower on the right side of the globe. Inside the menu is mostly in French, ("Roast Beef" and a couple of other entries are in English). The menu is all al la carte. Prices range from 45 cents for a 1/2 grapefruit to Cold Chicken with Tarragon for $ 2. Size: 9 1/8" wide by 12 1/8" high. Condition: Extremely Fine, there is a bent corner and a few light spots.

World's Fair Auction Lot 155 - Dinner Menu from "Gas Industries Building and Court of Flame Restaurant", "New York World's Fair, 1939". This menu is from "Tuesday September 12, 1939" and features "Club Dinners", a la carte menu and "Special Low Calorie Dinner $ 1.50". There is a nice color drawing of the "Gas Industries" pavilion on the cover. Size: 8 7/8" wide by 11 1/4" high. Condition: Very Fine, there are 4 dark brown areas inside (and 2 light brown areas) where tape was probably used to attach this to a scrapbook.

World's Fair Auction Lot 156 - Dinner Menu from "Stouffer's" with the cover picturing the Trylon and Perisphere along with other fair buildings, but the restaurant is actually in Manhattan. The menu was for "Wednesday, April 26, 1939". They offered several fixed menus and interesting al la carte like "Almond Welsh Rarebit" for 65 cents. Size: 6 1/4" wide by 9 3/8" high. Condition: Fine, the cover is heavily soiled.

World's Fair Auction Lot 157 - Planters Peanut small nut dish with the Trylon & Perisphere and "Mr. Peanut" marked "New York World's Fair 1939" in the center of the dish. Size: 3/4" tall by 3" diameter. Condition: Very Fine, some rim wear and a little decoration missing from the outside.

World's Fair Auction Lot 158 - Silk Pillow Cover "1939 Souvenir of New York World's Fair" picturing 7 buildings around the central Trylon and Perisphere. The building are: "Administration Building", Empire-State Building", "Marine Transportation Building", "Hall of Communications", "Federal Area", "R.C.A. Building", and the "Statue of Liberty". Size: 12 1/2" square. Condition: Extremely Fine.

World's Fair Auction Lot 159 - Felt Mat picturing the Trylon and Perisphere, "Hall of Communications", the Statue of Liberty and a bridge, probably the George Washington over the Hudson river. To the left is "1939" and below "New York World's Fair". The felt is blue with white, yellow, green and red printing. Size: 11 1/2" wide by 8 1/2" high. Condition: Fine, the blue is a little faded and it is a little wrinked.

World's Fair Auction Lot 160 - Silk Scarf printed in purple, yellow, gray and white. In the center is the Statue of Liberty with 8 fair buildings around it and the Trylon and Perisphere in each corner. On each side is "New York World's Fair" and through the center area is "The World" "of To-morrow". Size: 22 1/2" square. Condition: Very Fine, a few light stains.

World's Fair Auction Lot 161 - Dinner Knife from the flatware set picturing the Trylon and Perisphere on the handle with "1939" to the right of the Trylon, "Theme Center" below and "New York World's Fair" running down the handle. Both sides of the handle are the same. Size: 3/4" wide by 9 1/4" long. Condition: Extremely Fine, very slight wear to handle and a few light scratches on the blade.

World's Fair Auction Lot 162 - "New York City Exhibit Building" Silver plated spoon from the 1939 New York World's Fair. At the top of the handle is an image of the Trylon and Perisphere with "Theme Building" written underneath along with the words, "1939 New York World's Fair" written down the handle of the spoon. The New York City Building is pictured in the spoon bowl. Marked on the back made by "WM Rogers MFG Co." Size: 6" long by 1 1/4" wide. Condition: Very Fine, it is heavily tarnished.

World's Fair Auction Lot 163 - Blue Swizzle Stick. Printed on the stirrer in yellow from top to bottom: A picture of the Trylon and Perisphere with "(c) NYWF" and "Trylon & Perisphere" underneath. Next is "New York World's Fair" and finally "1939". This swizzle stick is from the Hi-Ball Spoon Set by Kimble. Size: 6" long and the bowl is 5/8" diameter. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 164 - Figural Trylon and Perisphere on a brass colored stand that has a bowl in front. Inside the bowl in raised letters is "New York World's Fair", There is green felt on the bottom. The back is flat. At the bottom of the back is © N.Y.W.F. Made in U.S.A." Size: 4" wide by 3 1/2" deep by 6 3/4" high. Condition: Very Fine, there is a bit of wear to the finish.

World's Fair Auction Lot 165 - Blue Metal Dish with a white Trylon and Perisphere standing in center. Size: 5 3/4" diameter by 4 1/8" tall. Condition: Very Fine, there are several marks on the blue dish surface that probably are cigarette burns. Also one spot of missing blue paint.

World's Fair Auction Lot 166 - Wall hanging SyrocoWood Glass Thermometer with a raised Trylon and Perisphere. At bottom is "New York World's Fair". Size:1 1/4" wide by 3 3/4" high. Condition: Good. The Thermometer is broken. The SyrocoWood is warped but has an excellent finish.

World's Fair Auction Lot 167 - Bakelite Pencil Sharpener with a swirl red base and brown Trylon and Perisphere. Size: 2 3/16" wide by 1 1/16" deep by 3 7/8". Condition: Very Fine. The blade on the sharpener is a little rusty and there is no writing on the base.

World's Fair Auction Lot 168 - Plastic Charm from "Mobilgas" in the shape of a Pegasus sitting on the Perisphere with his front leg resting on the Trylon. The original string for hanging is attached. The back is marked "Dalynip, N.Y." Size: 13/16" wide by 1" high (excluding the string). Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 169 - Photo "Taken by the Photomatic" at the fair. The back of the metal frame has a blue, orange and white label that pictures the Trylon and Perisphere and has "Souvenir of the New York World's Fair 1939" written in the cloud. The photo is of a young man. Size: 2 5/8" wide by 3 1/8" high. Condition: Fine. The label is nice. The frame is age darkened. The picture is darkened with an 1/8" brown spot.

World's Fair Auction Lot 170 - 2 Plastic Coasters with each picturing a raised Trylon and Perisphere with "1939" to the left and "New York World's Fair" to the right. One is red and one is blue. Size: 3" diameter. Condition: Very Fine with some scratches.

World's Fair Auction Lot 171 - Trylon & Perisphere shaped black souvenir marked "Textolite" on one side and "GE" (the General Electric company logo) in the center of the Perisphere on the other side. Size: 4" tall by 1 3/8" wide. Condition: Fine with a surface scratches.

World's Fair Auction Lot 172 - Metal Bookmark with the logo at the top that pictures the Trylon and Perisphere with a rising sun behind and "New York World's Fair 1939" around the edge. Size: 3 11/16" long by 7/8" wide. Condition: Very Good, the metal is heavily age toned. Might look better with a cleaning.

World's Fair Auction Lot 173 - Matchbook Cover with Trylon and Perisphere on the cover and the back is an advertisement for "Anacin Tables". Size: 1 1/2" wide by 2" high. Condition: Fine, a few of the matches were used.

World's Fair Auction Lot 174 - Die Cut Standup of "The British Buttery and Restaurant" and "Heineken's Holland House" with a die cut of the Trylon and Perisphere in orange and white with "The World's Fair 1940 in New York" at the bottom of both parts of the front. The pictures of the buildings are sepia with white writing on blue background. The back has advertising for both venues. To stand this piece up, you fold it in the center and this item has never been folded. Size: 3 1/16" wide by 5 1/16" high. Condition: Near Mint, there is a little browning on the back.

World's Fair Auction Lot 175 - Die Cut Booklet picturing the "Japanese Pavilion New York World's Fair" on both the front and back cover. Inside are 12 pages containing "In the Hall of Nations", "In the Silk Room", "In the Diplomatic Room", "In the Grand Hall" and "In the Garden" along with drawings on each page. Size: 6: wide by 2 5/8" high. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 176 - Booklet, "Official Guide to City of New York Exhibit Building", "New York World's Fair 1939 and 1940". Inside are 16 pages including a picture of the building, a layout of the exhibition hall, a list of "General Features" and 55 numbered "Description of Exhibits" with the numbers corresponding to the numbers on the exhibit layout. Size: 5 1/2" wide by 8 7/16" high. Condition: Very Fine. 2 small tears on the right side of the cover, a few creases in the cover and the bottom of the blue cover has faded to a light brown.

World's Fair Auction Lot 177 - GM "Futurama" booklet that includes pictures of the Futurama's dioramas along with the text of the audio that you hear on the ride. The dioramas were designed to show what the future will be like in 1960. This 24 page General Motors booklet is printed in black and white. Size: 8 3/16" wide by 7" high. Condition: Fine. There is wear to the spine and a 1/4" tear at the cover top. Someone wrote "1938-39" in ink on the cover.

World's Fair Auction Lot 178 - Fold-out brochure "Things to See at Highways and Horizons". It includes a brief description of the General Motors exhibit. In the center is a map of the 1940 Fair grounds with the buildings in 3D. Size: Closed: 5" wide by 7 13/16" high. Open: 10" wide by 14 1/4" high. Condition: Fine. The bottom half of the cover is browned and one tiny tear on the edge.

World's Fair Auction Lot 179 - Large folder from Ford picturing the Ford Pavilion on the front with a write up of "Young Henry Ford Went to the Fair" that describes the positive impact the Columbian Exposition had on him and how it inspired him. Inside opens to show a wonderful map with three dimensional drawings of each building along with the building names, it is titled "The New Yorker's Map of the World of Tomorrow together with an Index to its Principle Features". On the back are drawings of 5 of Ford's current car models and "How Ford Serves the World of Today". Size: Closed: 8 3/4" wide by 11 3/4" high. Opens to 17 1/2" wide. Condition: Very Good. Folds down and across the center along with a stain in the lower right corner and a small edge tear.

World's Fair Auction Lot 180 - "A Nation Tests Its Hearing" Booklet from the "Bell System Exhibit, World's Fair of 1940 in New York". This 8 page booklet explains the hearing test that is performed in this exhibit. Fair goers were given a test form that they filled in as they took the hearing test wearing headphones, so they could find out how well they hear. We have offered the hearing test forms in previous auctions. Size: 6" wide by 9" high. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 181 - Booklet with orange paper wrapped around it. The orange wrap around reads "Hayden Planetarium and the Fair", "Trip to the Moon", "End of the World", "Time Between the Fairs", "Cosmic Rays Start the Fair", "Time and Space Dramatized" and "Five Famous Paintings by D. Owen Stephens" and pictures the planetarium's projector. Inside are 15 pages that tell all about what you see in the pavilion including the "Time and Space Dramatized at the World's Fair, a cosmic spectacle of incredible scope and awe-inspiring wonders", "Near the South Pole of the Moon", "Trip to the Moon", and more. Size: 8 1/2" wide by 11 1/2" high. Condition: Very Fine, some edge wear to the right side of the cover.

World's Fair Auction Lot 182 - Booklet, "Super-Feature Exhibits for the New York World's Fair", "The World of Tomorrow", "Messmore and Damon", "Designers and Builders", "400 West 27th Street, New York" picturing a colonial soldier riding a white horse. Inside are 24 pages of black and white pictures of the different types of exhibits this company creates for its clients. The copy inside reads, "The following pages give a photographic description of a few of our displays. Consult with us for your plans for exhibiting at the New York World's Fair." Size: 12" wide by 8 15/16" high. Condition: Excellent with slight wear to the cover.

World's Fair Auction Lot 183 - Booklet for "Sweden", "At the New York World's Fair 1939" with a drawing of their pavilion and the Trylon and Perisphere on the cover. The 12 pages include the list of Commissioners, information of the architecture, a floor plan, a map of where the pavilion is on the fairgrounds, description of the color films they show and so much more. Size: 4" wide by 9" high. Condition: Extremely Fine, a little soiled.

World's Fair Auction Lot 184 - Booklet "New Jersey" picturing the pavilion on the cover with the state seal, 2 Trylon and Perispheres and "At the New York World's Fair". Inside are 8 pages that start with "Saluting the World of Tomorrow" and including tourist information about New Jersey. The cover opens out to show a map of the fairgrounds with most of the buildings named (but not pictured) and an arrow pointing to where New Jersey's pavilion is located. Size:5 1/4" wide by 7 11/16" high. Condition: Very Fine, a little wear.

World's Fair Auction Lot 185 - "New York World's Fair Bulletin", "June" 1937. 22 page large booklet with the "Plan of the Exhibit Section" in color in the center. The most interesting article is "Variation on the Fair Theme" showing different concept drawing of what eventually became the Trylon and Perisphere. There is also an introduction by Grover Whalen, "If you intend to Exhibit", "If you are considering a Concession", and much more, even a photograph of Eleanor Roosevelt in front of a picture of the T&P. This is a rare and desirable pre-fair booklet. Size: 9 1/8" wide by 12 3/8" high. Condition: Very Fine a little wear on the spine and a few light creases on the covers.

World's Fair Auction Lot 186 - Free at the Fair!" 2 sided flyer. " Your admission to the grounds of the New York World's Fair entitles you to enter 105 exhibit buildings and more than 1500 exhibits without any additional charge !" There are 2 columns of "Some Highlights of the Free Daily Programs:" and it then goes on to list most of them. The back side lists "Puppet Shows", "News Services" and "Places to Eat". This flyer was published for "June 13, 1939". Size: 11" wide by 17 1/4" high. Condition: Very Fine. It has been folded in the center horizontally and vertically and has two 1/2" tears on the fold. The paper is very fragile (cheap) because the flyer was supposed to last the day and be thrown away.

World's Fair Auction Lot 187 - "Map", "The New York World's Fair with a New Transit Map of Greater New York", "Auto Routes and Places of Interest", "Compliments of The Chase National Bank of the City of New York" (now the bank is called 'Chase') picturing the Trylon and Perisphere on the front. Opens to show a multicolor 3D map of the fairgrounds and the buildings. The other side has a highway map of New York City and a subway map showing how to get to the fair. Size: Closed: 4 3/4" wide by 6 1/4" high. Open: 19" wide by 25" high. Condition: Very fine, a few dents in the cover, a 1" tear on a fold and edge creases.

World's Fair Auction Lot 188 - "Esso" Map of "New Jersey" from 1940 with a detail map of New York City showing the location of the fairgrounds. Also has on the side of the NJ map a small Trylon and Perisphere and writing stating you can pick up a special World's Fair map at the Esso stations. Includes 3 detail NJ town maps and a map showing a "Pictorial Guide" (pictures of tourist highlights to visit while in NJ). Size: Closed: 4 3/8" wide by 8 1/4" high. Open: 17 5/8" wide by 33" high. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 189 - Folder, "New York World's Fair Radiogram Greetings to Points in the United States via RCA the modern way 25c" picturing the Trylon and Perisphere with R.C.A. Communications, Inc.", "A Radio Corporation of America Service" at the bottom. The cover is printed in orange on a blue background. The booklet offers 19 predefined greeting from the World's Fair that RCA will deliver to anywhere in the US for only 25 cents. The back cover lists all the places in the US where you can send the radiogram from including the location on the fairgrounds. Size: 3 7/16" wide by 5 13/16" high. Condition: Very Fine, small piece of paper loss near bottom on right edge.

World's Fair Auction Lot 190 - Folder "Allentown High School Educational Tour to New York World's Fair 1940", "Friday, June 7th, 1940 via New Jersey Central" with the Trylon and Perisphere pictured on the cover. Inside is the schedule of the day's activities from 6 AM until 2:18 the next morning when the tour returns to Allentown. Size: 4" wide by 6" high. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 191 - Folder for "Hot Water" "by Welsbach" picturing a nude woman in the shower. Opens to eight panels with 10 pictures of their plumbing products. A drawing of their factory is one panel and the Trylon and Perisphere on another with "Displayed in Gas Industries Building. New York World's Fair 1939". Size: Closed: 2 1/2" wide by 3 7/8" high. Opens to 20" wide. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 192 - Folder "World's Fair Music Festival 1939", "Hall of Music", "World's Fair Grounds". This folder is for the performance on "Saturday June 17th at 8:30 o'clock". It is for the "Polish Ballet". It lists the scenes, actors and a drawing of the theater's floor plan with the exits clearly marked. Size: 6 7/8" wide by 10" high. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 193 - Folder "Through the Fair by a Greyhound Lounge Car". The covers open to show an outline of the fairgrounds with the 4 routes marked in blue. Inside are a list of the 4 different routes offered, the buildings that you see and the "points of interest" for each. This is not the usual booklet you see for Greyhound and this is the first one of these I have seen. Size: 5 5/8" wide by 8 1/2" high. Condition: Very Fine. It has been folded in 2 places and has a little age toning.

World's Fair Auction Lot 194 - Folder for the "Walther League World's Fair Rally" held in the "Temple of Religion", "Saturday, June 29, 1940 - 3:00 P.M." Inside is a schedule of the events including the words to "The Walther League Song". On the back is a list of the sponsors. Size: 5 1/2" wide by 8 1/2" high. Condition: Very Fine. There is a 1/4' tear at the top of the back page, a couple of light creases and light toning of the paper.

World's Fair Auction Lot 195 - Folder "World's Fair Sample" from the "City of New York Civil Service Commission". This is a sample of the test given to perspective Police Women. Inside are the questions and boxes to mark your answers. The right side (inside) has grooves on the side so the paper can have the answer key properly placed over it for grading. The answer key is on the back. (Let me warn you, these questions are not easy.) Size: 8 1/2" wide by 11" high. Condition: Extremely Fine with a horizontal and vertical fold in the center.

World's Fair Auction Lot 196 - Folder for "Lithuania at the New York World's Fair", "Published by The New York World's Fair Lithuanian American Committee". Opens to 6 panels and describes the country, culture, and their pavilion. Size: 4" wide by 9" high. Condition: Extremely Fine, a little soiled.

World's Fair Auction Lot 197 - Folder "Greater Service New", "October 1939" picturing 2 people in a tour car on the fairgrounds with the Trylon and Perisphere on the side along with "New York World's Fair 1939". The woman is reaching out of the car and the driver is yelling "Relax, ma'am. It's only a penny !" Opens to 3 panel and inside are ads for GE, Consolidated Edison, Gas Ranges, radio station "WEAF" and more. Size: 5 7/8" wide by 11 1/8" high. Condition: Extremely Fine. It has 2 horizontal folds but they are probably original.

World's Fair Auction Lot 198 - Folder "Exclusive !" "Official Home Movies" "The New York World's Fair" "16 - 8 m.m.", "Produced by the Official Motion Picture Photographers New York World's Fair Communication Building" picturing the Trylon and Perisphere on the cover. Inside is a list of what is shown on the films. The back cover has an order form with the prices ( $1.75 for 50 feet, to 350 feet with sound for $ 20.). Size: 3 1/2" wide by 6 1/4" high. Condition: Excellent, but someone wrote the date in pencil on the back.

World's Fair Auction Lot 199 - Unused Postcard folder "New York World's Fair" with a vignette of "Inside the Perisphere" and a small "(c) N.Y.W.F." on the cover. The back pictures the Trylon and Perisphere, the Glass Building and a laser light. Inside it opens to show 18 color pictures of the fair buildings. The number on the inside is "F-4". Size: 6 1/8" wide by 4 1/4" high. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 200 - Unused Postcard with Multicolor image of "125:-Fireworks Display." picturing the nightly fireworks display at the fair. Around the edge is a blue border featuring the Trylon and Perisphere with "New York World's Fair 1939" at the top. The back is marked "Officially Licensed" and the card was made by "Miller Art Co. Inc, Brooklyn N.Y." Size: 5 1/2" wide by 3 1/2" high. Condition: Extremely Fine.

World's Fair Auction Lot 201 - Unused Postcard with Multicolor image of "122:-The Electrical Products Building." picturing the pavilion with the Trylon's spire behind it. Around the edge is a blue border featuring the Trylon and Perisphere with "New York World's Fair 1939" at the top. The back is marked "Officially Licensed" and the card was made by "Miller Art Co. Inc, Brooklyn N.Y." Size: 5 1/2" wide by 3 1/2" high. Condition: Extremely Fine, slight corner wear.

World's Fair Auction Lot 202 - Unused Postcard with Multicolor image of "126:-Aviation Building." picturing the pavilion with a plane on the ground next to. Around the edge is a blue border featuring the Trylon and Perisphere with "New York World's Fair 1939" at the top. The back is marked "Officially Licensed" and the card was made by "Miller Art Co. Inc, Brooklyn N.Y." Size: 5 1/2" wide by 3 7/16" high. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 203 - Unused Postcard with Multicolor image of "118:-The Dupont Chemistry Building." picturing the pavilion. Around the edge is a blue border featuring the Trylon and Perisphere with "New York World's Fair 1939" at the top. The back is marked "Officially Licensed" and the card was made by "Miller Art Co. Inc, Brooklyn N.Y." Size: 5 1/2" wide by 3 1/2" high. Condition: Very Fine, there is wear on the right edge.

World's Fair Auction Lot 204 - Unused Postcard with Multicolor image of "121:-New York City Building. Trylon and Perisphere." picturing the NYC pavilion with the Trylon and Perisphere behind it. Around the edge is a blue border featuring the Trylon and Perisphere with "New York World's Fair 1939" at the top. The back is marked "Officially Licensed" and the card was made by "Miller Art Co. Inc, Brooklyn N.Y." Size: 5 1/2" wide by 3 1/2" high. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 205 - Unused Postcard with color image of the "Trylon and Perisphere and 'Four Victories of Peace' " and on the bottom "New York World's Fair" and "A-43". This card is unused. The back is marked "Officially Licensed by New York World's Fair", "Colortint", "Made by Grinnell Litho Co., N. Y. C." Size: 5 1/2" wide by 3 1/2" high. Condition: Very Good with a crack near the upper left corner, ink on the word "World's", corner damage and a couple of small spots in the field.

World's Fair Auction Lot 206 - Unused Postcard with color image of the "Westinghouse Electric Pavilion" and on the bottom "New York World's Fair" and "A-24". This card is unused. The back is marked "Officially Licensed by New York World's Fair", "Natural 'Colortint'", "Made by Grinnell Litho Co., N. Y. C." Size: 5 1/2" wide by 3 1/2" high. Condition: Very Fine because there is a yellow streak at the top of the back, probably tape residue. The front is Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 207 - Used Postcard with color image of the "New England Exhibit" and on the bottom "New York World's Fair" and "A-58". The back is marked "Officially Licensed by New York World's Fair", "Natural ''Colortint'", "Made by Grinnell Litho Co., N. Y. C." Size: 5 1/2" wide by 3 1/2" high. Condition: Fine. A spot in upper right corner, some cancel marks on the left and brown in the corner on the back. The card was written in ink

World's Fair Auction Lot 208 - Used Postcard with color image of the "Consumers Building" and on the bottom "New York World's Fair" and "A-4". The back is marked "Officially Licensed by New York World's Fair", "Natural ''Colortint'", "Made by Grinnell Litho Co., N. Y. C." Size: 5 1/2" wide by 3 1/2" high. Condition: Fine, there are cancellation lines in the sky. Pencil writing on the back.

World's Fair Auction Lot 209 - Unused Postcard with a color image of the "General Motors Building" with "16-W" in the upper left corner. At the bottom is "New York World's Fair 1939" on the left and "8A-H1616" on the right. The back is marked "Officially Licensed" and "New York World's Fair", "C.T. Art-Colortone." and "Made by Curt Teich & Co., Chicago". Size: 5 1/2" wide by 3 1/2" high. Condition: Very Fine. A little soiled and a brown stain on the bottom of the back.

World's Fair Auction Lot 210 - Unused Postcard with color image of "F92:-Maison Coty, Star Pylon and 'Agriculture' by Mahonri M. Young". At bottom is "New York World's Fair" and "45345" at right. On the back is "Officially Licensed" and made by "Manhattan Post Card Publishing Co., Inc." Size: 5 1/2" wide by 3 1/2" high. Condition: Extremely Fine, there is one small brown spot on the back.

World's Fair Auction Lot 211 - Unused Black & White Postcard of "The Equitable Life Assurance Society's Garden of Security at the New York World's Fair." picturing their statue with trees and bushes surrounding the garden. No maker name. Size: 5 9/16" wide by 3 9/16" high. Condition: Fine, rounding of all the corners.

World's Fair Auction Lot 212 - Unused Black and White Photo Postcard picturing "The Romanian House". The back is marked "Actual Photograph", "Foto Seal Co., N. Y." Size: 5 7/16" wide by 3 1/2" high. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 213 - Unused Black and White Photo Postcard of "103 - Night View Court of Peace - N.Y.W.F." The back is marked "Officially Licensed" and has the license number "A1183". Size: 5 3/8" wide by 3 3/8" high. Condition: Extremely Fine.

World's Fair Auction Lot 214 - Unused Black and White Photo Postcard of "148 - Exit from the Perisphere and Trylon - N.Y.W.F." showing the helicline. On the back it is marked "Officially Licensed" "1940" with the number "A1183". Size: 5 3/8" wide by 3 7/16" high. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 215 - Single box of Pathegrams Cine'Vue film. The top is marked Golden Gate International Exposition Views No. 6". The Tower of the sun and the fair logo are pictured on the front of the box. The box contains one film strip. Size: The box is 1" square by 2 1/8" tall. Condition: Very Fine with light brown spots and the end of one flap is missing. The film looks to be clear and viewable and slightly red.

World's Fair Auction Lot 216 - Elongated Lincoln cent. "1940" across the top, "San Francisco" under the bridge to the left, "Treasure Island" under the aerial view of fairgrounds and "Golden Gate Int Exposition" across the bottom. There is a visible image of Lincoln on the other side, but the hole removed the year. Single hole at right edge. Size: 1 5/16" wide by 13/16" high. Condition: Extremely Fine with overall age toning.

World's Fair Auction Lot 217 - Parking Ticket for "Bay Auto Parks, Treasure Island", "Golden Gate International Exposition". The ticket is number "10543". There are parking area names around the edge so that you can mark your ticket where you parked. Parking cost 25 cents. On the back is an advertisement for "U.S. Royal Master" tires and where to see them at the fair. The card is red with black writing and a gold star in the middle. Size: 2 5/8" wide by 4" high. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 218 - Ticket to "Sermons From Science" Presented by the "Christian Business Men's Committee of the San Francisco Bay Region". The ticket is printed on both sides, one in green and the other in red. The pavilion was located "next to National Cash Register". Size: 4" wide by 1 1/2" high. Condition: Near Mint.

World's Fair Auction Lot 219 - Ticket Booklet for "School Tour" to the "Golden Fate International Exposition", "Treasure Island, California, 1939". The booklet is numbered "ST 1389". The student who owned this wrote her name, school and city in pencil on the cover. All the tickets inside are used and missing. The back cover is attached. Size: 4" wide by 2 1/8" high. Condition: Fine, there is paper residue on the back cover from when it was removed from a scrapbook (probably could be removed with goo gone and would leave the back cover intact).

World's Fair Auction Lot 220 - Ticket to the "Elephant Train Sightseeing Tour" of the "Golden Gate International Exposition", "1939". The ticket is numbered "254274". The back of the ticket has the Fairs logo printed in black. Size: 3 5/8" wide by 2" high. Condition: Extremely Fine, minor wear.

World's Fair Auction Lot 221 - 5 Black and White Photographs of the fair. Size: Varies from 3 1/4" wide by 3 3/4" high to 4 7/8" by 3 7/8". Condition: Extremely Fine to Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 222 - Fork with figural image of the U.S. Pavilion marked "U.S.A. 1958" at the end of the handle. This plated spoon has a nice detailed image of the American pavilion at the fair. The back is marked "Pain - Expo - Brood". Size: 4 7/8" long by 7/8" wide at top. Condition: Very Fine, there is a spot above the prongs that looks like the plating is missing. Also a little tarnish.

World's Fair Auction Lot 223 - Set of 10 Belgium Official Postage Stamps commemorating the fair. Each stamp has the logo pictured on it along with either the Atomium or a pavilion. The stamps range in value from 1/2 franc to 5 francs. They are on a 3 ring holed stamp album page that has "Brussels World's Fair with pavilion drawing across the top. The stamps are unused and hinged to the page. Size: The page is 8 1/2" wide by 11" high. Condition: The stamps are Mint and Hinged. The page has 4 horizontal folds (not in the stamps) otherwise it is nice and clean.

World's Fair Auction Lot 224 - Folder "U.S.S.R. Section Brussels Universal and International Exhibition, 1958". This opens to a very large page that shows urban renewal, "Social Benefits", education, art, sports and more. Size: Closed: 4 5/8" wide by 8 7/8" high. Open: 17 1/8" wide by 22 5/8" high. Condition: Very Fine, some edge and corner wear.

World's Fair Auction Lot 225 - Folder for "Universal Exhibition Brussels 1958" with a stylized 5 point star and globe with the printed signature "A. Michel" on the front. It opens to 8 panels with a map inside, drawings of 46 pavilions, listing of "The Performing Arts", "Practical Information" and how to get to the fair. All in English. Size: Closed: 3 11/16" wide by 8 3/4" high. Open: 14 5/8" wide by 16 3/4" high. Condition: Very Fine, some crease and a few very small light spots.

World's Fair Auction Lot 226 - Map of "Exposition Universelle et Internationale De Bruxelles", "World's Fair - Brussels" from "Esso" (now known as Exxon). Open it up and there is a map of the fair showing the outline of the buildings with a legend. It is written in both English and French. Size: Closed: 3 13/16" wide by 7 3/8" high. Open: 15 1/8" wide by 14 3/4" high. Condition: Fine, there is a 1/2" tear on a fold and some writing on the road map side.

World's Fair Auction Lot 227 - Ticket Stub for "Century 21 Exposition, Inc., presents Seattle World's Fair", "April 21 to October 21, 1962", "Seattle, Washington, U.S.A." The ticket is numbered "A 448228" and has the facsimile signature of the President and the outline of the logo. The colors are turquoise, purple, blue, black and white. The back has a welcome statement from the President and the logo. Size: 4 7/16" wide by 2 1/16" high. Condition: Very Fine with a couple of creased corners and no admission stub.

World's Fair Auction Lot 228 - Information Card from "Seattle World's Fair", "Century 21 Exposition" with write up of the "Hosts", "Theme", "Special Attractions", "Visitor Services" and "Century 21 Administration". There is a picture of the Space Needle on the back. Size: 3" wide by 6" high. Condition: Near Mint.

World's Fair Auction Lot 229 - Camp Fire Girl's Card: "This is to Certify that ________ Participated in the Seattle-King County Council's Camp Fire Day Salute to the States at the Seattle World's Fair May 5, 1962". The Space Needle is pictured to the right. There are 2 facsimile signatures at the bottom. The back has 50th Anniversary of Camp Fire Girls and more information. Printed in blue on a blue card. Size: 3 1/2" wide by 2 1/4" high. Condition: Near Mint.

World's Fair Auction Lot 230 - Black Glass Tray with 2 images of the fair. On the left is the Gayway picturing a carousel and sky buckets. On the right is the Space Needle with the "Century 21 Exposition" logo. In small print on the left is " Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.", "April 21 to October 21, 1962". The colors are red, green, gold and white on a black background. Size: 3 15/16" wide by 4 13/16" high. Condition: Excellent (there is some glare in the photo).

World's Fair Auction Lot 231 - Multicolor Foil Print of the Space Needle with the Monorail running in front. There are gold search lights in the background. The Envelope is marked "Your Souvenir of the Seattle World's Fair", and it was made by "Fepeg Corporation" of Seattle. The item is still sealed in the original envelope that has not been opened. Site Size when taken out of the package (taken from a similar one with a different picture that I sold last March): 8 5/16" wide by 6 1/4" high. Mat size: 11 9/16" wide by 8 11/16" high. Envelope (measured now) is 12" wide by 9 1/2" high. Condition: The envelope is Extremely Fine with some light toning and light creases. The portion of the picture that shows through the window is Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 232 - Stainless Steel Automobile Plaque that probably belonged to a fair official. The Top of the plaque features the official medal with the Unisphere in the center and "Man's Achievements in an Expanding Universe", "New York World's Fair" written around the edge. The bottom half has "New York World's Fair 1964 1965" in raised letters. On the back is a post used to attach the plaque to the car. Size: Plaque is 4 9/16" wide by 6 1/8" tall. With the post in the back the height is 12 1/16". Condition: Near Mint.

World's Fair Auction Lot 233 - Official "Police Department Rules and Regulations" booklet "Prepared By Pinkerton's National Detective Agency, Inc." for the "New York World's Fair 1964-1965 Corporation". The Unisphere is also pictured on the cover surrounded in orange and blue. Inside are 59 pages containing 222 rules plus a 7 page index in the back. The rules cover everything from appearance, smoking, court, ranks of officers, courtesies and salutes, post and patrol, traffic, signals and so much more. On the back cover is the number "1782" in red. I have seen several police badges, but this is the first rule book I have seen. Size: 4" wide by 6 1/2" high. Condition: Excellent with slight soiling on the cover and a few ink marks in the book (most likely done by the owner to highlight or remember a few rules that were important to him).

World's Fair Auction Lot 234 - Banner in blue and orange with "Welcome" "1964", "1965", "New York World's Fair" and the Unisphere in the center. At the top is a wooden holder with gold ends and a gold string with tassels at the ends for hanging. At the bottom are gold fringe. The banner was made by "Annin & Co., New York". The material appears to be a faux satin fabric, possibly a woven plastic. The copyright information is on the top of the back. Size: The banner is 13 1/4" wide by 20 3/4" high. The gold tips at the top are 18" wide and the string extends an extra 2 3/4" high. Condition: Extremely Fine. There is a small tear in the material in the middle of the wooden holder and a tiny hole near the top left. There is a light brown stain in the 'K' of York and the '1' of 1965.

World's Fair Auction Lot 235 - Large Dodge Canvas Sign in original package including all the wood, screws, connectors and instructions used to hang the sign outside Dodge Dealerships offering "Free chances to win (one of) 12 Dodge Cars" with the Unisphere logo and "World's Fair Host Station" at the bottom. This one was never used, it has been rolled up in its original brown paper packaging for 50 years. The back of the banner is blank. Size: 94 1/2" high by 44" wide. Condition: Near Mint, very bright colors, a little wrinkling on the edge. The wood and connectors have never been used.

World's Fair Auction Lot 236 - Poster, "The New York World's Fair", "Greatest Fair in our History", "Re-opens April 21, 1965". Printed in black, it pictures 3 Unispheres and lists "The New Attractions in 1965". Size: 17" wide by 25" high. Condition: Excellent with very slight edge wear (not really worth mentioning) and a little age toning of the paper.

World's Fair Auction Lot 237 - Figural Metal "Unisphere" on a wooden base. The base has a blue top that looks like the fountain under the Unisphere. There is a plaque on the side that read "Unisphere ® built and presented by United States Steel to the 1964-1965 New York World's Fair". There are 3 rings around the Unisphere. On the bottom is a metal piece with the copyright. Size: 3 1/16" diameter by 3 3/4" tall. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 238 - Embossed Plastic Plaque of the "Santa Maria Exhibit", "N. Y. World's Fair 1964-65". The plaque pictures "Columbus Flagship 1492 'Santa Maria" at the bottom. In the original plastic package (so the photo is a little hard to take) it pictures the boat on a sea of waves. Size: 11 7/8" wide by 8 3/4" high. Including the top of the package it is 10 7/8" high. Condition: Extremely Fine, a small piece 7/8" by 1/4" has broken off the right edge of the plaque outside the field (the piece is still in the package).

World's Fair Auction Lot 239 - 2 Puzzles in the original envelope that pictures the "General Foods Arch" that were placed all around the fairgrounds. Inside are 2 double sided puzzles: one is "The Solar Fountain" on one side and the New York State Pavilion on the other; the other pictures the Rocket Thrower with the Unisphere to the left and the AMF Monorail on the back. There is a paper wrapper around the 2 puzzles that tell about the fair and the pictures on the puzzles. Size: 6 1/2" wide by 6" high. Condition: The puzzles and paper are Excellent. The envelope has a couple of tears (one is 1" long) on the bottom right corner.

World's Fair Auction Lot 240 - License plate topper picturing the "Unisphere" in gold and white in the center with "New York World's Fair" in black on orange to the left and "1964 1965 Peace Through Understanding" in white on blue on the right. In small letters at the bottom is copyright information. Size: 5" wide by 4 7/8" high. Condition: Very Fine, a little wear, mostly on the edge (2 spots on the Unisphere and a few on the blue side).

World's Fair Auction Lot 241 - Plastic Back Scratcher with raised figural image of the Unisphere just under the hand at the top. On the handle printed in gold is "1964 - New York World's Fair - 1965". On the back are small raised letters with copyright information. At the bottom is a hole to put a string through for hanging. Size: 16 1/8" long by 2" wide (the hand). Condition: Extremely Fine, a little wear to the gold letters.

World's Fair Auction Lot 242 - Vinyl Paperback Book Cover in the original box. The cover has "New" "York" "World's Fair" along with an oval decoration printed on the cover. Inside are sleeves on both sides where you would insert the covers and a strip that is attached to the top edge to mark the page you are on. The box is just plain white with no markings. Size: 4 1/4" wide by 7 1/2" high. Condition: The vinyl book cover is Excellent. The box is Fine with some paper loss, separation on a corner seam and a few light spots on the bottom.

World's Fair Auction Lot 243 - Bronze medal from the "Illinois 'Land of Lincoln' Pavilion" (written on both sides of the card) in the original plastic holder and with the original paper envelope. The medal pictures "John F. Kennedy" on one side and "Abraham Lincoln" on the other. The card also has "New York World's Fair 1964 1965" and "Stafford Mfg. Co. Brooklyn, N.Y. 11220" on both sides. The envelope pictures Lincoln and has "Illinois 'Land of Lincoln' Pavilion - New York World's Fair 1964-1965" printed on it. Size: Medal is 1 1/2" diameter. Plastic box is 2 15/16" wide by 2 1/16" high. Envelope is 4 7/8" wide by 2 15/16" high. Condition: Medal is Near Mint. Cardboard insert is Excellent. The plastic box is Extremely Fine with one of the plastic hinge balls broken off. Envelope is Extremely Fine with a little wear and light soiling.

World's Fair Auction Lot 244 - Large Booklet from "General Electric", their "Research Laboratory Bulletin Summer 1964" picturing their Fusion Exhibition at the fair with the caption "Fusion at the Fair: the public gets a look". Inside are 16 pages telling all about GE's development of nuclear fusion. There is also a description of the cover telling that fusion is featured at their "Progressland Pavilion at the New York World's Fair". Uncommon. Size: 8 7/16" wide by 11" high. Condition: Excellent with light age toning of the paper.

World's Fair Auction Lot 245 - Floater Key Chain with small Peter and Wendy floating in front of a picture of the fairgrounds. Size: Floater end is 3/8" diameter by 3 1/2" long. The key chain adds another 2 3/4" to the length. Condition: Very Fine. The inside of the floater is a little faded and the key chain has a bit of corrosion on it.

World's Fair Auction Lot 246 - Plastic Ring with Flasher Picture of the "AMF Monorail New York World's Fair 1964-1965". One image is the Monorail and the other is writing. Size: Flasher is 1/2" wide by 5/8" high. Ring is 7/8" deep. Condition: Near Mint.

World's Fair Auction Lot 247 - Scarf with the "Unisphere ®" in the center with "New York" above and "1964", "1965" and "World's Fair" written below. Around the edge are pictured the New York Skyline, "Pool of Industry", "Heliport", "Monorail", "General Electric Exhibition", "Swiss Sky Ride" and "Spanish Pavilion". The boarder is red and the colors are orange, yellow, red, green, blue and black. Size: 27" square. Condition: Excellent (it's beautiful), a couple of loose treads on the edges and folded.

World's Fair Auction Lot 248 - Package containing 2 hand towels that have the Unisphere printed on each in blue and orange with "© New York World's Fair", "1964", "1965" above and to the sides. The package is a folder that pictures the same Unisphere and writing that is on the towels along with drawings of 8 buildings at the fair. The front and the back cover are exactly the same. The 2 towels appear to be framed when you open the folder. The towels are "all cotton". Size: Folder closed is 6 1/2" wide by 9" high. Each towel is 11" wide by 14 1/4" high including the fringe. Condition: Fine. The towels are darkened and stained on the folds from the cardboard they are wrapped around (probably will wash out). There is a missing piece of the picture on the front of the folder to the left of the Unisphere.

World's Fair Auction Lot 249 - "Vatican Commemorative Postage Stamps", "from the Vatican Pavilion New York World's Fair" including 2 blocks of 4 stamps, each block are different stamps. The stamps are in cellophane and stapled to the card. Size: 8 3/8" wide by 7 1/2" high. Condition: Very Fine. There is a light brown stain in the upper left corner and browning on the back. The stamps appear to be mint.

World's Fair Auction Lot 250 - A Pair of black and white photographs of the Main Entrance to the fairgrounds (the one from the subway), one taken when the fair was open and the other taken during the winter after the first season. These photographs come in the original mailer envelope that has a pre-printed return address of "World's Fair Press Building" and the "Unisphere" printed on the postage label. The address sticker has the Unisphere logo and World's Fair address. The photos are marked on the back in pen "D1158" and "D6197". Even the cardboard in the envelope is the cardboard that was originally mailed with the photographs. Size: Photos are 10" wide by 8" high. The envelope is 12" wide by 9" high. Condition: Photos are Mint. Envelope is Very Fine with some creases and edge wear.

World's Fair Auction Lot 251 - 8 mm Color Movie, "World's Fair 1964-1965", "A Panoramic Film Tour", by "Castle Films, No. 9101". This is marked "Headline Edition". The film is complete, but I have not watched it. Size: Box is 3 1/8" square. Condition: Film appears to have never been watched as the tape on it looks original. The box is Extremely Fine because it has a little paper missing at the bottom of the box top where someone tried to remove the price tag.

World's Fair Auction Lot 252 - 8mm Color Home Movie shot at the fair. This 50 foot film starts with footage taken from the top of the New York State Pavilion (I don't remember what is on the rest of the film). Size: Film roll is in a 3" square box. Condition: The first foot of the film is damaged, the rest of it has excellent color.

World's Fair Auction Lot 253 - "21 View-Master Stereo Pictures", "General Tour", "New York World's Fair 1964-1965". The envelope pictures the Unisphere. Inside are 3 reels, each with 7 pictures that show a total of 21 stereo color views of the Fair. The Packet number is "A671". The back of the envelope lists all 21 pictures (they are listed on the reels too). Size: 4 1/2" square. Condition: The images and reels are Excellent. The outer envelope is Very Fine with a few creases. The inner envelope has pencil writing on it.

World's Fair Auction Lot 254 - 2 Color Slides in the original Plastic box. On the top of the box is the Unisphere in Blue and Orange and "New York World's Fair", "Official Color Slides", "1964-1965". Inside the box are 2 slides, each containing 6 architectural renderings of pavilions. There is also a pop up magnifying glass attached to the inside lid. Size: 2 1/4" square. Condition: Very Fine, only because one hinge is missing a piece. The slides are Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 255 - Elongated 1963 D Lincoln Cent picturing the Vatican Pavilion with "New York" above and "World's Fair" below. To the left of the building is "19" and "64" to the right. The reverse shows the obverse of the cent clearly. Size: 1 1/2" wide by 13/16" wide. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 256 - Bronze Pieta Medal. This medal has a beautiful raised image of the statue with "Rome 1408 Pieta by Michelangelo New York 1964" written around the edge on the obverse. The reverse has raised busts of "Paul VI" and "John XXIII" pictured above a raised image of the "Vatican Pavilion". At the bottom is "1964 New York World's Fair 1965". The edge is marked "Medallic Art Co. N.Y. Bronze". Included is the original bronze colored stand. Size: Medal is 2 1/2" diameter by 3/16" thick. The stand is 2 1/4" tall. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 257 - Bronze Medal. Obverse: "Your Headquarters at the American Express", "1964 - 1965", "New York World's Fair". Reverse: "Exchequer Club" with a design in the middle. There is a hole and loop as made. Size: 1 3/8" diameter. Condition: Extremely Fine with overall age toning.

World's Fair Auction Lot 258 - Brass Medal. Obverse: Pictures Unisphere in the center with "1964 - 1965" above. Around the edge is "Peace through Understanding" and "New York World's Fair". Reverse: Pictures the Unisphere with flags to the right and the New York Skyline in the background. Around the top is "New York World's Fair" and in small writing at the bottom "Morley Studios". Size: 1 3/8" diameter. Condition: Very Good, there are several spots on the reverse.

World's Fair Auction Lot 259 - Ford pavilion plastic pin for "Mass." This pin glows in the dark and features an embossed image of the Ford pavilion. Size: 2 1/4 inches wide by 1 5/8 inch high. Condition: Mint.

World's Fair Auction Lot 260 - We Try Harder tin lithographed tab button written in Japanese, given out at the fair by "Avis" (written on the back). Size: 1 1/2" wide by 2" high. Condition: Fine, some wear on the surface.

World's Fair Auction Lot 261 - Menu "Visit the New York World's Fair", "Be a Happy Guest of Albert Pick at The Belmont Plaza Hotel" located at "Lexington Avenue at 49th Street. The cover pictures the Unisphere, Port of New York Authority pavilion, Rocket Man statue, Fountain of the Planets and the Vatican Pavilion. Inside is the menu from "Nationwide Inn" featuring shrimp cocktail for $ 1 and baked Imperial Crab for $ 2.95 along with other items. This restaurant was in the hotel and not at the fair. Size: 8 1/2" wide by 12" high. Condition: Very Fine with a little edge wear, a couple of light crease and a light stain at the bottom inside.

World's Fair Auction Lot 262 - Ticket to "Civil Service Day", "World's Fair", "Monday, May 31, 1965" being held in the "Singer Bowl". This ticket is for "Section B 6". The event was "Sponsored by Civil Service Leader". The ticket is pink and the printing is black. Rare, I have never seen this ticket before. Size: 4" wide by 1 13/16" high. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 263 - Ticket Stub for "The Pennsylvania Railroad Company", "New York World's Fair", "Good only in Coaches - 1-day Exc. Returning New York, N.Y. to Baltimore, MD." The stub is numbered "5879" and has been punched. Size: 2 3/8" wide by 2 3/8" high. Condition: Very Fine. The sides are frayed because the ticket portions were removed.

World's Fair Auction Lot 264 - Ticket Stub from the "Pennsylvania R. R." for "Ladies Day Coach Excursion Philadelphia to New York NY World's Fair Sta." issued on "Aug 11 - 65". Size: 2 9/16" wide by 1 15/16" high. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 265 - "Dynamic Maturity Pavilion Preferential Entry Ticket to Chrysler Pavilion" dated by hand "8/30". This ticket was issued at the Dynamic Maturity Pavilion to persons over the age of 65 so that they would not have to wait in line at other pavilions. There is a name written on the time line and writing on the back. Size: 4" wide by 2" high. Condition: Fine, a couple of spots and soiling. There is writing on it in both red and blue ink. It is also printed on a slant.

World's Fair Auction Lot 266 - Mastro Pizza Coupon. Discount coupon 5 cents off per slice" "Mastro Pizza Pavilion" "New York World's Fair". Pictures a map that shows the "Mastro Pizza" pavilion just behind the "Festival of Gas". 5 cents off, when a nickel would still buy a candy bar. Size: 2 1/8 inches high by 4 1/8 inches wide. Condition: Mint.

World's Fair Auction Lot 267 - Drink Coaster given out by "Lowenbrau Munich" in their beer garden at the "New York World's Fair 1964-65". One side pictures the beer wagon and the other a lion inside of a red frame with a crown on the top. The coaster is a thick cardboard. Size: 4 1/4" diameter. Condition: Extremely Fine, light wear and slight darkening of the edge.

World's Fair Auction Lot 268 - Combination Men's Money Clip and Vanity Set with 2 blades, one is a file. Etched into the non money clip side is "New York World's Fair". The bottom of both blades are marked "Imperial Stainless USA". Size: 1 1/4" wide by 2 1/16" long when closed. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 269 - Wide Matchbook with a multicolor wide view of the fair on the front (a drawing) and "Souvenir New York World's Fair" underneath. On the back is "Peace Through Understanding" above a line a flags and flagpoles with the Unisphere to the right. Inside the cover is a map of the fairgrounds with 20 locations identified in an index. Size:6 1/2" wide by 1 7/8" high. Condition: Fine. A few matches are missing and the bottom where the cover is inserted has 2 tears each about 1/2' long.

World's Fair Auction Lot 270 - Beer Glass from the "Schaefer" Pavilion. Clear glass that tapers towards the bottom then flares back out a bit. The logo appears on one side with "America's Oldest Lager Beer" underneath. On the other side is "Schaefer Center - New York World's Fair 1964-5". Size: 2 1/2" diameter at the top by 6 1/8" high. Condition: Very Fine since there is a little wear to the gold ring around the "Schaefer".

World's Fair Auction Lot 271 - Black glass tray in the original box. The tray is printed in blue, white and gold showing the "General Motors 'FUTURAMA', New York World's Fair 1964-1965". The Unisphere is pictured in the bottom left corner. Made by Houze Art, Pt. Marion, PA. Size: 4" wide by 5 7/8" high. Condition: Mint in the original box (there is glare in the photo).

World's Fair Auction Lot 272 - Salad Fork and Spoon in the original box. Both the fork and the spoon have plastic golden handles with an embossed Unisphere and "New York World's Fair 1964-1965" in raised letters. The box has a tag picturing the Unisphere and states "Official New York Worlds Fair Salad Servers", "Stays bright forever". Size: Spoon and Fork are 11 1/4" long by 2 3/4" wide and the box is 12" long by 2 3/4" wide by 7/8" deep. Condition: Fork & Spoon Near Mint, box is Excellent with one 1/2" tear in the plastic in one corner.

World's Fair Auction Lot 273 - Thermometer on a wooden plaque with an raised Unisphere at top and a raised bar at the bottom with "New York World's Fair", "1964-1965" in raised letters. This is in the original box that is unmarked except for "Japan". There is a gold copyright sticker on the back of the thermometer. Size: 4 3/8" wide by 6 3/8" high. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 274 - 3 Plastic Appetizer Picks, 2 gold and one white, with the Unisphere at the top. In raised letters on the Unisphere is "N.Y. World's Fair 64 65". Size: 3/4" wide by 3 1/2" long. Condition: Overall Very Fine.

World's Fair Auction Lot 275 - "Triumph of Man" Record from the Traveler's Pavilion. The exhibit was a series of dioramas. This 33 1/3 RPM record is the actual story that was told to the audience at each one, and inside it also pictures each diorama. Listening to this record while looking at the pictures is the exact experience that you had when you went to this pavilion (except you don't have to stand while listening to the record, or wait to get into the pavilion.) Size: 7 1/4" by 7 1/4" Condition: Fine with damage to spine. Record is Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 276 - Shoe Shaped Cut Out thin cardboard hanger on a string "I Gave Shoes to the children of Appalachia U.S.A. at the Johnson Pavilion" along with a picture of the pavilion at the bottom. Size: 1 3/4" wide by 4 3/8" high not including the string. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 277 - 1964 edition of the "Official Guide" paperback book for New York World's Fair 1964-1965 with description of buildings and exhibits. It has 312 pages with an index in the back. Excellent reference book. Size: 5" wide by 8" high. Condition: Extremely Fine. There is a little blue on the bottom of the cover and an ink line. The rest of the book is Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 278 - Official Publication, "The Fair From A to Z", "Exhibitors, Concessions and Structures - Free Pavilions, Entertainment, Charges within the Fair" dated "3-10-64". This is a 29 page document listing 156 entries. Note the last one "The World of Food" is crossed out because it was just a steel frame on this date and was torn down before the fair opened 6 weeks later. The first page has the official fair header with a blue and orange Unisphere logo. An interesting official document of the exhibits, published just before the opening of the fair. Size: 8 1/2" wide by 11" high. Condition: Very Fine. There are some pencil circles around some entry numbers, a pencil phone number on the first page and a little soiling of the first page and age toning of the pages.

World's Fair Auction Lot 279 - "Gulf" oil company "Tourgide (sic) Map", "1964-1965 New York World's Fair". The cover pictures a family in front of some pavilions. Inside are maps of the fairgrounds, the "Rapid Transit System" and the Tri-state area highways leading to the fairgrounds. Size: Closed: 4 3/16" wide by 9" high. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 280 - "1965 Official Souvenir Map New York World's Fair", "New for 1965" across the front. Open it up and it shows a drawing of every building on the grounds along with the name of the pavilion. The other side shows a road map "Approaches to the Fair". Size: Closed: 4 7/8" wide by 9 1/ 4" high. Open: 25 1/ 2" wide by 33" high. Condition: Very Fine. There is a 1 1/4" tear on a fold and the cover has wear to the edges and bent corners.

World's Fair Auction Lot 281 - 1965 Greyhound Bus Map of Fairgrounds. "How to see the New York World's Fair Quickly Comfortably Completely 1965". As stated on the back cover, this folder shows "Routes Transportation and tours within the fair grounds" "Go Greyhound...and leave the driving to us" with Unisphere on back cover. Inside pictures 6 maps of the different bus routes and a list of all the exhibits. Size closed: 3 3/4 inches wide by 6 3/4 inches tall. Size open: 14 1/2 inches wide by 19 7/8 inches high. Condition: Mint.

World's Fair Auction Lot 282 - Booklet, "You and the Weather" issued by General Motors and picturing the GM pavilion on the cover. Inside are 19 pages of information including: "Our Overhead Ocean", "Highs, Lows, Fronts - Weather Makers", "Wind and Our Spinning Globe", "Hurricanes, Tornadoes, Thunderheads and Rain" and more. There are also color drawing on most of the pages. Size: 5 1/2" wide by 8 1/2" high. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 283 - Booklet, "Come have fun at the Fair", "Come fly with Eastern to the World's Fair" with a picture of the Unisphere and a family of 4 on the cover. Inside are 28 pages of "Eastern's Preview of the World's Fair", "Eastern's Guide to New York", "Eastern's Guide to 'Happy Holidays'" and "Eastern's Guide to Eastern". The inside is also full of 60's stylized drawings. And there is a map of Eastern's routes on the back page. Size: 9" wide by 9" high. Condition: Very Fine. The cover has a little wear and soiling. Inside is mostly clean with a little spotting on the edge of a couple of pages.

World's Fair Auction Lot 284 - Folder of "Tempting new Recipes" "from the Theater of Food - Festival of Gas - New York World's Fair" picturing a multicolor picture of the pavilion. Open the folder's 3 sections and each contains 1 recipe. Size: Closed: 5 3/4" wide by 3 1/4" high. Condition: Very Fine. There is a stain in the lower left corner and a couple of small brown spots on the pages.

World's Fair Auction Lot 285 - Folder "Patches - Pennants Featured at ... New York World's Fair" "Better Living Center Exhibit MZ 234". The folder opens to 4 panels and states that the patches are 50 cents and that there are over a million words and names to choose from. Size: Closed: 3 7/16" wide by 6 1/2" high. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 286 - Folder "Your guide to the General Motors Futurama New York World's Fair 1964-65" with a picture of the GM Building on the cover. Inside is a floor plan of the building with a legend. There is a write up of the creation of the exhibits and what you will see. Size: Closed is 3 5/8" wide by 8 9/16" high. Opens to 10 3/4" wide. Condition: Mint

World's Fair Auction Lot 287 - Folder for Denmark, "Velkommen (Welcome to Denmark at the Fair)" picturing the pavilion in black on blue. Inside is a description of the exhibits in the pavilion and pictures of Denmark. Size: 5" wide by 7" high. Condition: Extremely Fine, a couple of small spots and a little soiled.

World's Fair Auction Lot 288 - Folder, "A Word about Wayang" from the "Indonesian Committee New York World's Fair 1964 - 1965" (as marked on the back). The folder opens to 4 panels and defines Wayang (meaning play) and the 10 most popular Wayangs with descriptions of them and other information about Wayang. The Indonesian Pavilion was closed for the 1965 season, so this booklet was only available the first year. Size: 3 15/16" wide by 8 3/4" high. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 289 - Folder for "Disneyland Fun at the fair", "Pepsi-Cola presents Walt Disney's 'It's a Small World - a Salute to UNICEF' at the New York World's Fair 1964 - 1965" picturing the Pepsi pavilion on the cover. Inside describes the exhibit. Uncommon. Size: 4" wide by 6 1/2" high. Condition: Very Fine, some light spots on the back and a couple of light creases.

World's Fair Auction Lot 290 - Folder from the "United States Pavilion" picturing an eagle in the center. Inside is a diagram of the inside of the pavilion; "America... Past, Present, Future", "A program in five parts". Size: 5 1/2" wide by 8 7/16" high. Condition: Mint.

World's Fair Auction Lot 291 - Yellow Card "Official Souvenir - Belgian Village", "New York World's Fair - 1965". There is a fancy shield in the upper left corner. This was probably supposed to be used as a postcard. Size: 5 1/2" wide by 3 1/2" high. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 292 - Coupon Sheet containing 12 discount coupons. "The Following Coupons are Supplemental and are included as part of your W. F. Disc Book to compensate holder for some attractions that have closed." The coupons are for discounts at "The African Pavilion", "The Beer Garden", "Auto Thrill Show", "One Free A&W Root Beer" and more. Size: 8 1/2" wide by 11" high. Condition: Extremely Fine, a few light creases and a little age toning.

World's Fair Auction Lot 293 - Flyer "Japan Pavilion New York World's Fair 64-65" that lists the "Main Features" of the pavilion. On the back is "Guide to register for Ikebana Course" with a picture of flowers in a vase. Size: 3 1/8" wide by 7 7/8" high. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 294 - Advertising Card for "Lakes to Sea System" bus trips to the fair with "as many as 11 daily departures" that "make it so convenient for you to plan your World's Fair trip" picturing the bus, the Unisphere and a happy traveler sitting in a bus seat. On the back is the schedule and fares for the bus trip. Size: 6 3/8" by 3". Condition: Near Mint.

World's Fair Auction Lot 295 - 2 Page article "The Absence of Gray" with 2 interesting pictures of the IBM pavilion. The photographs are by Malcolm Smith. Interesting photos of a unique looking pavilion. Size: About 8" wide by 11" high. Condition: Fair. These are 2 pages cut out of a magazine with tape on the edges.

World's Fair Auction Lot 296 - Cash Register Receipt created at the NCR pavilion on "15 May 65". It is not marked as being from the Fair, but I collected it at the NCR pavilion when I was young. What is most interesting about this receipt is that it has a perfumed odor and on the back is printed, "tiny perfume capsules are on this paper, crush and release. another use for NCR Encapsulation". Size: 2 5/16" wide by 5 3/16" long. Condition: Near Mint. (note the numbers are a little smudged, but that is the way it came out of the cash register 50 years ago).

World's Fair Auction Lot 297 - Order Form for a set of six "New York Central - Route to the World's Fair" glasses for $ 2.75. The glasses are pictured on the top of the flyer. The flyer is green with black printing. Size: 4 11/16" wide by 9 3/4" high. Condition: Very Fine, there is a 1/8" tear at the top and a few creases.

World's Fair Auction Lot 298 - Article "Why A Fair ? And Why This Fair ?", taken from the "The New York Times Magazine" section "April 19, 1964" just 3 days before the fair opened. The article is 8 pages including a color map of the fairgrounds, 3 pages listing each pavilion with a short synopsis and even a cartoon on the last page of the Adams Family heading to the fair. Size: 10 1/2" wide by 13" high. Condition: Good, there are separations in the pages and these are just pages taken out of a newspaper.

World's Fair Auction Lot 299 - "Billy Graham Pavilion" Post Card Folder picturing the pavilion on the cover with "New York World's Fair 1964 - 1965" to the right of the picture. Inside are "14 Natural Color Views" most of which are stills from the movie "Man in the 5 Dimension" that was shown in the pavilion. Size: 6" wide by 4" high. Condition: Very Fine, some wear to the covers and edges. Inside is nice and clean.

World's Fair Auction Lot 300 - Unused Large Size color photo postcard picturing the Unisphere with 4 additional exhibits pictured on the right, "Fountains of the Planets", "Port of New York Authority", "AMF Monorail" and "Astral Fountain". At the bottom is "New York World's Fair 1964-1965". Marked on the back is "Official World's Fair Post Cards by Dexter, West Nyack, N.Y." On the back is also the number "DT-88535-B". Size: 9" wide by 6" high. Condition: Excellent with the most minor damage to upper right corner.

World's Fair Auction Lot 301 - Unused Large Postcard picturing the "General Motors Futurama Building" (as marked on back) with the Unisphere pictured on the back. "Official World's Fair Post Cards by Dexter, West Nyack, N.Y." with the number "65622-B". Size: 9" wide by 6" high. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 302 - Unused Large Size color photo postcard picturing "Unisphere" (marked on back), "New York World's Fair 1964-1965". Marked on the back is "Official World's Fair Post Cards by Dexter, West Nyack, N.Y." On the back is also the number "DT-87425-B". Size: 9" wide by 6" high. Condition: Extremely Fine, slight damage bottom corners.

World's Fair Auction Lot 303 - Unused Large Size brown and white postcard picturing (as printed on back) "The Crucifixion" at the "Greek Orthodox Exhibit", "New York World's Fair 1964-1965". Size: 6 1/2" wide by 8 1/8" high. Condition: Fine. Creasing to the upper right corner and some light scratches throughout.

World's Fair Auction Lot 304 - Unused brown and white postcard picturing (as printed on back) "Details of The 'Crucifixion'" at the "Greek Orthodox Exhibit", "New York World's Fair 1964-1965". Under the picture is "Wood Carvings from Mt. Athos". Size: 4 1/2" wide by 6 1/2" high. (larger than a regular postcard). Condition: Extremely Fine, ever so slight wear to upper corners.

World's Fair Auction Lot 305 - Unused Color Postcard picturing 4 photos of the "Sun Luck", "World's Fair Cathay Restaurant, Crown Colony Club, Bird Cage Garden, Hong Kong Pavilion, New York World's Fair" (as written on the back). The back also pictures a famous round building in China (I forgot the name, but I was there in 2006) and the location of their other 4 restaurants in New York. Size: 6 7/8" wide by 5 7/16" high. (larger than a regular postcard). Condition: Extremely Fine with a bend in the lower left corner.

World's Fair Auction Lot 306 - Unused Color Postcard of "He is Coming Soon", "World's Fair Painting" from the Seventh-Day Adventists, picturing many people on a mountain with a raging ocean on the left with a white cloud shining down. In the back on the right is a red sky. Size: 6 1/2" wide by 3 1/2" high. Condition: Very Fine, slight damage to the corners. The postcard is addressed but never mailed.

World's Fair Auction Lot 307 - Unused Color Postcard from "Pavilion of Spain" for their "Film Festivals" and "Documentary Films" along with "New York World's Fair 1964-65" written on the front. Size: 4 1/4" wide by 6 7/16" high. Condition: Fine, a crease down the middle vertically and a couple of very light spots on the back.

World's Fair Auction Lot 308 - Unused Color Postcard from "Pavilion of Spain" for their "Music and Dance" picturing the left side of a guitar. At the bottom is "New York World's Fair 1964-65". Size: 4 1/4" wide by 6 7/16" high. Condition: Very Fine a little damage to 3 corners.

World's Fair Auction Lot 309 - Unused Postcard with Color Photo of the "Japan Pavilion", "New York World's Fair" (as printed on the back). The card pictures the corner of the building with the fountain in front. "Published by the Japan Trade Center, New York" with a fair copyright on the back. Size: 5 7/16" wide by 3 1/2" high. Condition: Extremely Fine, negligible damage 2 right corners.

World's Fair Auction Lot 310 - Unused Postcard with Color Photo of the "Montana Hereford Cattle", "fed Ful-O Pep at 1964 New York World's Fair". The card pictures 3 large cattle and one calf with a man in a pen. Size: 5 1/2" wide by 3 1/2" high. Condition: Extremely Fine.

World's Fair Auction Lot 311 - Unused Postcard with a Color Drawing of the "Hilton Cafe International", "Atop the Better Living Center at the New York World's Fair - 1964 - 1965". The picture shows a food court with people sitting at tables in the center of the room and food stalls around the sides. The back has 2 small black and white logos; One is the Hilton Cafe at the Better Living Center and the other is "Fly BOAC". Size: 5 1/2" wide by 3 1/2" high. Condition: Extremely Fine.

World's Fair Auction Lot 312 - Unused Postcard from the "Power Authority of the State of New York" that "Cordially Invites you to visit the Projects Dramatically shown in the working models at the Fair", with 3 color photos: "Robert Moses Niagara Power Plant", "St. Lawrence Power Dam" and the "New York State Pavilion". There are short descriptions of the 2 power projects on the back and a number "85504-B". Unmarked but probably printed by Dexter. Size: 5 1/2" wide by 3 3/8" high. Condition: Extremely Fine.

World's Fair Auction Lot 313 - Unused Postcard with Color Photo of the "Tower of Light" picturing Ready Kilowatt standing behind a night shot of an illuminated Tower of Light pavilion. The back has a little "Ready Kilowatt" standing next to his short statement. The card is numbered "DT-87422-B" with a fair copyright and was published by Dexter. Size: 5 7/16" wide by 3 1/2" high. Condition: Very Fine, damage to left side corners.

World's Fair Auction Lot 314 - Unused Postcard of "The Travelers Insurance Companies Pavilion". This pictures an artist rendering of the building. "Color by Dexter Color New York" with the number "77765-B". Size: 5 7/16" wide by 3 1/2" high. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 315 - Elongated Cent picturing the "U.S. Pavilion" with "Expo 67" written to the right. Around the edge are the double 'Y's. The only thing that is visible on the back is the date "1964". This is probably an American Cent. Size: 1 3/8" wide by 3/4" high. Condition: Excellent with a little age toning.

World's Fair Auction Lot 316 - Plastic Ashtray. Blue with white writing: "Expo 67", "Montreal", "Canada". Bottom marked "ORNAMOLD" "Made in Canada" Size: 4 1/4" diameter by 7/8" high. Condition: Very Fine , a little wear to the blue.

World's Fair Auction Lot 317 - "First Day of Issue" Cover with a "Colorano 'Silk' Cachet", picturing the Tower of the Sun next to a solar panel array with the sun in the sky surrounded by yellow, red and brown. Above is "Knoxville World's Fair", "Energy Expo '82" and below is "First Day of Issue". The stamp on the envelope pictures the same "Solar Energy" that is pictured in the cachet. The postmark date is "Apr 29 1982". Size: 6 1/2" wide by 3 5/8" high. Condition: Near Mint.

World's Fair Auction Lot 318 - Child's Tee Shirt with Sunsphere and rainbow on the front and the words "The 1982 World's Fair Knoxville, Tennessee". The shirt is a child's large size and is in the unopened original plastic package, still with the original $7.50 sticker on it. Makes the perfect gift for the young future World's Fair Collector in your family. Size: Shirt: Child's Large, Package: 10 1/2" high by 8 1/2" wide. Condition: Near Mint.

World's Fair Auction Lot 319 - Ceramic Box with the blue, gold, turquoise and black on white background picturing Seymore D. Fair playing the trumpet with copyright underneath. There is a gold border around the top. The sides of the box are curved in. Size: 2 1/2" square by 1 3/8" tall. Condition: Near Mint.

World's Fair Auction Lot 320 - Round Ceramic Box with color drawing of the "Wonder Wall" with "© Louisiana World Exposition" written underneath. Size: 3 1/8" diameter by 1 1/8" tall. Condition: Near Mint.

World's Fair Auction Lot 321 - Round Lapel Pin with "84" and waves cut out inside a round brass colored circle. Size: 13/16" diameter. Condition: Mint in the original plastic envelope.

World's Fair Auction Lot 322 - Enamel Pelican pin with "World's Fair - '84" written underneath. The enamel is white, blue, turquoise and yellow. The Pelican, known as Semore D. Fair, is dancing with his hat off holding his umbrella up off the ground. (During the last number of a Jazz concert in New Orleans the audience dances around with their umbrellas and this is know as the second line). This pin is on the original card that is marked "Official 1984 World's Fair Pin". It is also in the original plastic envelope. Size: Pin: 1 1/8" high by 1 1/8" wide. The card is 1 3/8" wide by 1 5/8" high. Condition: Mint.

World's Fair Auction Lot 323 - Lucite Key Chain with image of "ExpoOz ©" in the center. At top is "World Expo 88". To the right is "Brisbane Australia". Below is "Down Under". On the left is April - October 1988". The other side is exactly the same. Size: 1 1/2" wide by 2 3/4" high overall to end of key loop. Condition: Near Mint.

World's Fair Auction Lot 324 - Key Chain with an aerial drawing of the fairgrounds on one side with the logo above and the logo on the other side. Both sides have "World Expo 88' and "Brisbane Australia" written on it. Size: 1 1/2" wide by 2 3/4" high including the loop. Condition: Mint.

World's Fair Auction Lot 325 - Paper Bag with handles from the "Pavillon France" (the French pavilion) gift shop. Also marked "Expo Milano 2015". Size: 10 1/4" wide by 12 1/2" high unopened not including the handles. Condition: Very Fine, Has several creases.

World's Fair Auction Lot 326 - Advertising Card for "Cafe des Chefs" in the French Pavilion in Expo 2015 Milan. One side states in Italian, French and English "Welcome", "French food for everyone" and "Bar & Terrasse 10:00 - 22:30" with their Eiffel Tower logo. The other side pictures a map of the fairgrounds with an arrow showing the location of the pavilion. Size: 5 7/8" wide by 4 1/8" high. Condition: Mint.

World's Fair Auction Lot 327 - Advertising Card for a concert and show held on June 19th at 20:00. The picture on the card is exactly the backdrop that appeared behind the performers in the concert. The back is blank. Size: 6 1/2" wide by 6 1/2" high. Condition: Near Mint.

World's Fair Auction Lot 328 - Ticket to "Expo Milano 2015" dated June 17th. Purchased over the internet, this ticket was printed from the computer. A multicolor picture of "Foody", one of the fair's logos adorns the ticket. Size: 8 1/2" wide by 11" high. Condition: Very Fine, some wrinkles and was folded in the center horizontally and vertically.

World's Fair Auction Lot 329 - Postcard from "Vanke" (marked on back) picturing their pavilion's top with "Building Community through food" written on the back. The Expo logo is also on the back. Size: 7 1/4" wide by 4 3/4" high. Condition: Near Mint.

World's Fair Auction Lot 330 - Map of "Expo 2017" in "Astana" with the Theme of "Future Energy", the first World's Fair in Kazakhstan. Open up the map and one side shows all the international participants and which building they are in. The other side shows the whole fairgrounds and lists other participants. Size: Closed: 4 1/8" wide by 6 7/8" high. Opens to: 16 1/2" wide by 13 3/4" high. Condition: Excellent.

World's Fair Auction Lot 331 - VHS Tape of both 1939-40 and 1964-65 New York World's Fairs.
  • Black and White and a few Color stills of the 1939-40 New York World's Fair including an aerial of the Perisphere under construction, night shots, interiors and mostly exteriors of pavilions and a few architectural renderings. 21 minutes.
  • Still photographs from the 1964 fair. Mostly exteriors with some interior shots. Some construction shots. Also pictures of many postcards. Finishing up with demolition and Flushing Park pictures. 45 minutes.
  • Film footage from 1939 1 minute
  • "It's A Fair" film. Color film of 1964 fairgrounds, buildings, people with music - jumpy picture (it's an early conversion from film to video). 12 minutes.
  • Black & White Film: "New York World's Fair, World of Tomorrow", shows sky jump, parachute jump and 2 pavilions. Images are a bit fuzzy. 1 minute.
  • Color footage of the 1964-65 fair: GE entrance, sky buckets, entrance, aerial view from helicopter, fountains, Unisphere, international pavilions, views from sky ride, religious pavilions, industrial pavilions, state pavilions, transportation area and fireworks and Unisphere at night. And lots more. 19 minutes.
  • 1939 Color Film. 1 minute.
  • 1964 Color Film. 1 minute.
  • Jason Robarts narrates Color film of the 1939 fair including Democacity, inside the Futurama, Electro in Westinghouse, the amusement area and night shots. Closing Ceremonies. 20 minutes.
  • "All Fair at the Fair" a Max Fleischer Cartoon. (not complete, the tape ran out).
    Condition: The older films are a little fuzzy. Some of the still pictures are a little out of focus. All in all it is enjoyable to watch.

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