Antique 1917 watch fob / victorian necklace / Pittsburgh Press / george washington / Washington Story Contest / newspaper reporter gift

$275.00
Quantity available: 1

This delightful 1917 Brass fob is  loaded with detail.  
Do you know a reporter that has everthing? Well this is a fabulous gift.. If not it the the coolest conversation piece you will ever wear. 
Here are some of the phrases on the brass fob...


Given by the Pittsburgh press to the best Washington story,  this is quite whimsical with phrases such as " Here's to our wives and sweethearts may they never meet " ...

"Here's to love , the only tire to which there is no insurance " 

"Good form but not formality"  

"The good die young, here's to ripe old age" 

"Wine and women , mirth and laughter sermons and soda the day after"

"The bubble winked at me and said, I'll miss you brother when you are dead"

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Item Details

Reference #:
ga0000282
Quantity
1
Category
Jewelry
Department
Antiques
Year
1917
Dimensions
(Width x Height X Depth)
x x
Weight
Unknown
Condition
very good
Material
brass