This is such a neat postcard – a souvenir of Connecticut! Front shows “Mountain Laurel, State Flower of Connecticut, Approved by the General Assembly April 17, 1907”. Card has been mailed (to Vermont), has postmark date of Jun. 8, 1908, and has 1 cent cancelled stamp. Very nice!
This is a vintage souvenir change holder, or could be used for a soap dish, from Alaska. It is a caramel or honey color and has inset eyes. The picture on the front shows the Alaska flag, totem pole dog sled, and mountains. It measures 4 and 1/8 inches tall, and 2.5 by 4 inches across the base. It is in great condition.
This is a wonderful vintage cream or syrup pitcher that is a Niagara Fall Canada souvenir. It is made by Canuck Pottery Company, Saint John N.B. circa 1954 to 1964. It is red clay with black or extremely dark brown glaze and white mottled drip glaze around the top rim and handle top. It is in excellent condition. It has an ink mark with the original price marked on it. No chips, no cracks, and no crazing that I can see. It measures 2.25 inches high, and 2.25 inches in diameter.
This is a pretty souvenir hanky for the state of Arizona! It’s a pale yellow color with pink accent color on the cacti blooms, measures 13 ¼” x 13 ½”, has lots of detail, and is in excellent condition.