Set of eight glass tumblers, each cylindrical tumbler screen-printed with an image of one of the specially-created buildings for the Seattle World's fair of 1962, with its title below. Unmarked. Many of the Seattle exhibition buildings were intended as architectural feats; those depicted on the tumblers are as follows: The Space Needle World of Entertainment Boulevards of the World U.S. Science Pavilion Centry 21 Area World of Century 21 Monorail World of Art

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