Posted 7 years ago
These are some members of my building model collection. The first is a commemorative award given to associates of Arthur Anderson in Philadelphia, PA. Shortly after the awards were given, the bottom fell out of Anderson's, because of the company's shady dealings. Maybe this is why I found this interesting item at a Salvation Army Thrift Store!
Next is a short glass figure representing The Eiffel Tower. Though not of Vaseline glass, it is still a nice looking item.
The next a model of the Tower of Pisa and its less famous grounds, and is a well executed object. I can't say what its composition is for sure, but I think that its of some kind of resin.
Finally is a model of The San Buenaventura Mission of Ventura, California. This nicely crafted item is made of baked clay, and its bottom indicates that its maker was "Preston Architectural Models".
I find these quite interesting and collectible, and am glad to share them with you!