Powder and Lipstick Music Box plays “Most Beautiful Girl.” Made of light blue aluminum, gold tone trim, lid w/recessed center holds lipstick cylinder stamped “Three Flowers,” lid and lipstick cover decorated w/plastic pearls; paper sticker w/song name included;” 3-1/2” D across top of lid, 4-1/2” D at base and 5-1/2” from top to bottom.
Betty Boop Butler Cigarette Stand, a 30” wood cut out, painted in the traditional Betty Boop colors of red and black, a red dress, lips and earrings and black hair, facial features, heels and garter. The animated cartoon character was originally created as a French poodle in 1930 and became a human character in 1932. In the 1930s it was common to see this style cigarette stand of popular comic book characters. DATE: Mid to late 1930s.
WWII Letter Pouch in deep pink satin, the word “Sweetheart hand-painted on a diagonal between two red roses. The inside of the pouch is cream satin with a poem “Sweetheart” and on the bottom is a pocket that says “US Army” with pink flowers. Inside the pocket is a tiny piece of light blue fabric pair of underpants w/cream lace trim, and written on them is “US Army” on one side and on the other, “To my Sweetheart.” There is a picture of Cupid, silk screened in black w/a poem titled “Sweetheart.” 7” x 11.” DATE:1940s