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Cross Balm oil

10 vials of Cross Balm Oil. The vials are in boxes with instructions on paper wrapped around the vial. These vials were distributed in Vancouver by Gim Lee Yuen Ltd., located at 75-77 Pender St.

Po Sum On oil

21 vials of Po Sum On oil. The vials are in boxes with instructions on paper wrapped around the vial. These vials were distributed in Vancouver by Gim Lee Yuen Ltd., located at 75-77 Pender St.

Rail section

Steel rail section, souvenir of the centennial of the completion of the transcontinental railway. An attached tag describes it as part of the last rail laid on the C.P.R. in the 1880's. A stamp on the back of the tag reads "Can. Pac. Ry. Nov 7, 1985. Craigellachie B.C. Donated by Mr. W.S. Miller and Mr. W.H. Evans

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Rail section

T-Section of steel rail, souvenir of the centennial of the completion of the transcontinental railway. An attached tag describes it as part of the last rail laid on the C.P.R. in the 1880's. A stamp on the back of the tag reads "Can. Pac. Ry. Nov 7, 1985. Craigellachie B.C.

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Railway spike

Railway spike from the 1955 railroad, as a souvenir of the centennial completion of the Canadian Pacific Railway, numbered 0451. Comes in a box that reads "CP Rail 1885-1985" where the spike is held by string and comes with a certificate of authenticity describing the spike's use on the railway in 1985

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Souvenir letter openers

Metal letter openers engraved with the word "Canada" with enamel handles depicting reliefs of the ships "S.S. Princess Kathleen", "S.S. Princess Elaine" and "S.S Princess Louise". They are held inside a box containing a cotton pad

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