This is a great chance toadd this vintage Collectible Agricultural Advertising watch FOB to your collection .
This is a vintage were given away years ago and has a metal fob attached that looks like pewter, but not sure..
These are from a series of Watch FOB's of John Deere logos.
These were put out and licensed by Lone Tree Creek and this is from 2004.**
This is the John Deere Moline, Illinois FOB..
These were sitting in a box for decades and came from a warehouse that had several FOB's in the series.
These are really cool items and Its been decades since they have seen the light of day and these are clean and unused.
Size of the metal FOB ( Not including Strap: About 1.75 wide and 1.6 inches high and seems to be made of a Metal Mix, looks like pewter, but not sure..
This one is real nice and is never used, New old stock , NOS, leather strap (I think its real leather, but doesn't say, but very nice presentation).
Not for Children, as the have small parts and could be a choking hazard.
Tough to find item.
Anyperson wanting to add to their collection should buy this before they are gone.
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