Colorful point-of-sale display made in Norwalk, CT circa 1970
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Die-cut store display card has never been assembled - remarkable graphics with distinctive clown illustration
36 balloons originally on card - one is missing in action
All shapes, sizes and colors, more substantial and robust than normal balloons
Has been stored in original plastic protective sleeve
Rubber is in great shape, probably could be inflated - high quality, not cheap latex
These very large balloons were originally priced at 15 cents each
When assembled, the display is 12 inches by 16-1/2 inches tall
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