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This cardboard pop up play store is a vintage A & P Supermarket Advertising Tabletop Play Store from the 1950s.

It consists of a die-cut and lithographed folding store with separate product displays, populated with shoppers and their children.…

A map with promotional advertisements.

An advertisement for Dr. Hess's Stock Tonic, a scientific compound of conditioner and worm expeller. This product is used by veterinarians and those raising stock animals.

A copy of an American Woolen Company advertisement from the Museum of American Textile History.

An advertising card for Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound from Charles W. Wells, Druggist in Maynard, Mass.

Two black key rings with the logo of Anderson Ford Sales Inc. imprinted. The words on the top are: "Anderson Ford Sales Inc., 6 Glendale Street, Maynard, Mass., Telephone 897-7171, 897-7000, Used Car Lot, Glendale & Acton Streets, on route 27".

A courtesy gift from: "Century 21 Classic Properties, Maynard, Mass., Bus: (508)897-5311".

A collection of Maynard business advertising pencils. The following businesses are represented: Peaslee Associates, Deeks Antiques, Forsyth Realty Inc.(pencil), Maynard Oil Co.(pencil), Butler Lumber Co., Foley & Sons Home Improvement, Classic…

A white and red vinyl magnet with the Digital Credit Union (DCU) logo.

An advertising metal lighter offered by the local Dodge dealership. The words inscribed read: " 50 years of dependability, 1914-1964".

A black and white vinyl magnet advertising Dunn Oil Company and Service Center, Euclid Ave., Maynard, Mass.

A white key fob with the Express Pizza & Subs logo on it.

A red advertising ice scraper for Firestone.

An advertising magnet for Gramps' Garage. The magnet says the following: "Service & Repair At A Price That's Fair". Fisher-Price Authorized Service Center, 16 Main St., Maynard, MA.

A tin spade given out as an advertising souvenir. The inscription reads: "Say It With Flowers", L. Roy Hawes, Tel. Maynard 98".

Advertising souvenirs for Hawes Florist, 1984. The inscription says "Think Flowers First", 70 Powdermill Road, Maynard, MA, 897-8081.

An advertising giveaway from Johnson Pharmacy, 30 Nason St., Maynard, Mass. It is both a switch plate and a note clip.

A stainless steel letter opener with the following imprinted: Maynard Motor Parts Co., 115 Main St., Maynard, 755.

A pencil with the Maydale Beverage Co., Inc. logo. The inscription reads: "25 Glendale St., Maynard, Mass., Phone Twin Oak 7-7071, Life is Great When you Carbonate".

Newspaper clippings pasted on a cardboard backing.