We have no idea why these oddly charming bicycle wheel coasters have song titles and musical notes on them. But we do know that they are PERFECT for just the right person, perhaps someone who hums from the Great American Songbook while peddling along the charming back streets and country lanes. Does Jonathon Schwartz ride a bike?! He might be the guy.
Anyway, we can report that they are wood with a cork topping, and rimmed in rubber, just like a wheel would be (the rubber part, not the wood and cork and song titles). They are from the 1950s but remain in excellent condition, almost unused. The featured song titles are: Pennies from Heaven, When Irish Eyes are Smiling, In the Good Ole Summertime, A Pretty Girl is Like a Melody, Let Me Call You Sweetheart, and Smoke Gets In Your Eyes.
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