1939 New York World's Fair Art Deco Compact - Great Graphics & Unused


1939 New York World's Fair Art Deco Compact - Great Graphics & Unused

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1939 New York World's Fair Art Deco Compact - Great Graphics & Unused:
$160



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1939 New York World's Fair Art Deco Compact - Great Graphics & Unused!

Up for offer is a fabulous souvenir compact made by Zell for the 1939 New York World's Fair. The front features a great enameled art deco design. This compact has never been used and is in near mint condition. The enamel is perfect and all of the gold tone is shiny as new.

The compact measures about 2 and 1/4 inches square. Inside is a case-framed beveled mirror and a covered powder well with the original unused puff. The powder cover is marked "Zell USA." The back has machine-engraved vertical lines. The mirror has become very cloudy with age, but other than that, the compact is in excellent condition.

Domestic shipping will be $5.00 via priority small flat rate box. International shipping at cost. Thanks for looking, and check out the other compacts I have up for offer!





1939 New York World's Fair Art Deco Compact - Great Graphics & Unused:
$160

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