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1940s Atlantic City Auditorium and Convention Hall Souvenir Compact

$ 38.00

Home of the world's largest pipe organ, the Atlantic City Auditorium (now known as Boardwalk Hall) opened its doors in May of 1929. Designed to be a self-contained entertainment facility, the auditorium had its own independent electric power station, radio station and telephone system. It also, at the time, housed the world's largest enclosed free-span archway -- a true feat of engineering.

This darling souvenir mirrored compact hails from the 1940s and was likely purchased as a memento of a visit to this modern-day marvel.

The glass mirror is intact. There is no makeup inside but it does come with the original puff.


Diameter: 2.76"

Label: None

Condition: Good

There are multiple scratches/scuffs revealing silver under black paint.  Slight staining on picture. Priced accordingly.

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