From the 1950s or early 1960s, these wonderful charms include all 26 letters and 10 numerals that are:
easily snapped off to string or paste
Created by the Paul A. Price Company of New York, this set of charms is made of hard plastic in different colors. Sorry, but we cannot offer a color choice. We love them for charm bracelets or necklaces and for memory creations.
On the back, the package reads:
for fun and for education
SPELLING GAMES - LEARNING
THE ALPHABET - IDENTIFICATION
BRACELET - HAT AND TOY DECORATION
PERSONALIZED GIFT PACKAGES
LUGGAGE IDENTIFICATION - STORE
LETTERING - HOUSEHOLD LABELING
There are great graphics on both sides of the accompanying paper. The front offers the spelling of several words and a picture to go along with it.
The entire plastic piece measures 5-3/4 inches by 4-1/2 inches. Of course, the different letters and numerals are different widths, but the heights are all the same: 1/2 inch not including the loop, 5/8 inch with the loop.
Several sets shown for illustration only.
These are very rare. We've not seen them for quite sometime online or off.
Not for Children. These are vintage and we do not know the exact composition. Also these are a choking hazard.