RARE TYPEWRITER VINTAGE brooch from the 40s, 1940s brooch pin, Womens jewelry gift ideas, Tiny vintage brooches, Typewriter brooch pin

$34.00

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This retro loveliness red jewelry brooch is a real timeless treasure!
Complete your look with this unique and funny brooch, and you will feel like dancing with Charlie Chaplin!

• Red brooch, vintage.
• Antique pin, era 1930s 1940s
• Origin: Quebec.
• Design: Cute and funny typewriter, Folk art.
• Upon closer look, white painting is crackled, a little black is missing. Otherwise, in good vintage condition.and made of painted watercolor red, black and white on celluloid.
• Measures: 1 1/8" x 13/16" (2.8 x 2.0 cm).

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