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Pickle Lapel Pin or Brooch 1893 Chicago Worlds Fair Heinz Replication This cool little pin is a great Christmas tradition that looks fun and fabulous. This is NOS New Old Stock from my General Store days from Old World Christmas OWC in wonderful conditi
Heinz Ceramic Pickle Pin [YJ2 -6309 ] Heinz ceramic pickle pin that was used for promotional purposes and given away at World and National Expos. I have come across many a plastic pickle, but this is the first ceramic pin that I have acquired. The pin has a mold line down its length and the pinback is plain wire inserted into the pickle on each end, with a c-type clasp. Measures 1 1/4" wide. Very good condition with possible light fading from age.
> ST. LOUIS WORLD'S FAIR STICKPIN PAIR AND CLASSIC "HEINZ" PICKLE GIVE-AWAY. ST. LOUIS WORLD'S FAIR STICKPIN PAIR AND CLASSIC "HEINZ" PICKLE GIVE-AWAY. Item 801 First is 2-1/8" enamel on brass stickpin showing building and reading "Louisiana Purchase Exposition 1904." This is Mint. Next is green composition figural replica of a pickle 1.25" long. Front has the company name while reverse reads "St. Louis '04." Top has loop holding a movable brass ring. Minor age but Exc. Last is 2-3/8" tall brass stickpin
The most common conclusion on these is that they were given out at the 1964 Worlds Fair in NY which is very plausible. Plastic with brass fastener on the back. COLOR dark green MEASUREMENTS app 114 x 14. CONDITION vintageexcellent TWO PINS
This is a wonderful and minty charm bracelet from the Heinz Pavillion at the 1939-1940 World’s Fair in New York. The bracelet has four detailed can-shaped charms representing Heinz products, such as baked beans and soup, as well as a charm shaped like the famous Heinz 57 pickle. Another charm shows the Trylon and Perisphere buildings shown at the Fair. Circa 1939 -1940 . Approximately 6-3/4” in length. Aluminum, paper, plastic, stainless and silver-plated brass. Locking clasp, chain. This is from a world’s