Silver Stanhope Souvenir Key Charm with Views of Pittsburgh PennsylvaniaSilver Stanhope Souvenir Key Charm with Views of Pittsburgh PennsylvaniaSilver Stanhope Souvenir Key Charm with Views of Pittsburgh PennsylvaniaSilver Stanhope Souvenir Key Charm with Views of Pittsburgh PennsylvaniaSilver Stanhope Souvenir Key Charm with Views of Pittsburgh Pennsylvania

Unmarked (BUT TESTED) Sterling .925 silver stanhope charm is a small figural key originally designed by Walter Lampl of New York for the 1939 New York World's Fair. After that time, such keys were made with stanhope views of various other cities. This one shows 5 views of Pittsburgh, PA. The grip is a globe or sphere and home to the stanhope lens. This key charm pendant is in very nice condition and shows only slight signs of normal wear and age. The image is very detailed and clear and easy to see. This is a very nice piece to wear as a pendant or charm, or to collect. The stanhope multi-image shows five individually titled images of well known Pittsburgh PA landmarks and iconic buildings. The photo is titled:

VIEWS OF PITTSBURGH, PA - main title in the central top of the multi-image layout -

The 5 individually titled photos are: PITT-MELLON INSTITUTE - PITT STADIUM UNIVERSITY - ALLEGHENY OBSERVATORY UNIVERSITY - DOWNTOWN PITTSBURGH - SOLDIERS AND SAILORS MEMORIAL FIELD -

MADE IN FRANCE along the right side

Item ID: ANT-141110-05


We currently have key charms representing a number of different cities. Please let us know if you are looking for something specific and we will do our best to locate and list it.

Gender: Unisex, Age Group: Adult, Color: Silver, Size: 7mm diameter x 20mm long - weight 3.1gr

Silver Stanhope Souvenir Key Charm with Views of Pittsburgh Pennsylvania

$195 USD

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Tara & Michael Sheibley
Mechanicsburg
PA
  

Specialist & Purveyor of Fine Antique & Vintage Era Stanhopes

Now Listing - Very Rare Stanhopes once property of the Stanhope Museum.

Member since 2015

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