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    Posted 10 years ago

    sschack
    (5 items)

    Souvenir paperweight commemorating the opening of Trans-Pacific Toll Service December 23, 1931

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    Comments

    1. Belltown Belltown, 10 years ago
      As you can guess by my screen name, I love bell images.....
    2. Liz, 9 years ago
      Hello, I noticed the photo you have of the Trans-Pacific Toll Service Blue Bell Paperweight. The style of lettering appears to be different from the photos I've seen of this paperweight in the past. Can you provide any additional photos or information? Thanks!
    3. oldoper, 6 years ago
      I notice that this (OPENING OF TRANS-PACIFIC SERVICE DEC.23, 1931) bell is lightly etched into the glass and a gold color paint used for the lettering. This is different than the other bells that used paint on the surface usually white.

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