This old salt and pepper set was a souvenir from the old Roy Rogers Museum. They’re fashioned like a pair of fancy western spurred boots with oval, mother-of-pearl like discs that read; Roy Rogers Museum. They are made of metal with a “Brightly Polished Permanent Finish!”. They come in their original cardboard box with a wood grained look that calls them; Practical Miniature Remembrance Souvenirs. They were made in Japan and are probably from the late 1960’s or early 70’s when the museum was in California.
They measure about 2” high and are in very good, apparently unused condition with no signs of wear. The box measures about 3 ¼” by 5” and is also in very good condition with minimal wear.
The pictures are not shown at actual size. Please refer to the description for actual measurements.
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