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Vintage Souvenir State Glass Tumbler Oklahoma White Frosted with Pink and Black Vacation Travel Retro

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These state glasses were sold at souvenir shops across the nation during the 1940's through 1960's. They were a popular road trip souvenir when families began driving around the country on vacations.

This tumbler is from 1950's and is from the state of Oklahoma. It is frosted with black lettering and pink scenes. It stands 4 3/4" tall and has a 2" bottom and 2 3/8" mouth. There are no markings on the bottom of the glass. It is in excellent vintage condition, with no chips.

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Thanks for looking and happy traveling!


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