Four appear to be the coveted ANRI hand carved corks. They appear to be fully intact and the mechanisms seem to work.
I can't identify the source for the two smaller hand carved bottle corks, but they are well done and in good shape.
One of the pour spouts has a ceramic Beefeater Gin man on top.
There is what appears to be a deer with viking horns; one of the horns is missing.
The chrome pour spout seals with rubber rather than cork. It winds up, but nothing plays. I suspect liquid through the spout activates the sound mechanism.
I believe I am leaving enough room to interest resellers at $85 for the lot of these!
Vernon Kilns operated out of California from 1931 to 1958, and was one of the "big five" California potteries. Its souvenir collector's plates we mainstays in many households as memories of trips taken, or as memorable places from the past. The plates…