1 Dozen #1000 Plasticville Telephone Poles brown MIB 1950s
0 or S gauge.
This is a Dealers stock box of Telephone Poles
also these were put into Delux Play Sets and Train sets at the time.
These are advertised in Plasticvilles 1958 small catalog.
Small Accessories #1000 Telephone Poles .05 cents each.
These are hard brown plastic.
This box and poles are like new.
There are 12 poles in this box.
NOTE: A couple of the Poles have some of their little points gone off their arms,does not detract much from overall. See my last picture.
Also box has a small tear on one tuck in flap,see first picture it is on the left side,does not detract much from overall.
See my pictures for more info.
Being offered as a Collectible in as is condition no other accessories.
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items and each stands alone with very reasonable shipping cost.
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