An official match soccer ball for the 1999 Women's World Cup. The soccer ball is predominantly white with reflective stars and multicolored abstract shape decorations. Each of the decorations depicts iconic landmarks in the eight venue cities: San Jose, San Francisco, Portland, Oregon, Los Angeles, Chicago, New York, Boston, and Washington D.C. Dark blue type on one side of ball reads: [OFFICIAL / MATCH BALL / OF THE FIFA / WOMEN'S / WORLD CUP / 1999]. Dark blue type on another side of the ball reads: [TWO YEAR STITCHING AND SHAPE GUARANTEE / Engineered in / Germany]. Dark blue type on another side of the ball reads: [FIFA / APPROVED / 202.P7R]. Another side of the ball has a logo in dark blue and red that reads: [ICON]. Another side of the ball reads: [DRUCK/PRESSURE/PRESSION / PRESION 0, 9-1, 1 BAR / MADE IN MOROCCO]. Another side of the ball has the Adidas logo on it.
An IAAF bronze medal with attached ribbon. The medal has words and images appearing in relief on both the obverse and reverse. The obverse features a central image of the Earth with a three partitioned track radiating around it and outward. Above the globe are the words [4. IAAF / LEICHTATHLETIK- / WELTMEISTERSCHAFTEN] while below are the words [STUTTGART / 13.-22. AUG. 1993]. The reverse of the medal features a large coliseum in front of several buildings (all notable landmarks in Stuttgart - see NOTES). There is a raised triangular space below the coliseum into which is engraved [CARL LEWIS / 200 m / 19.99]. A yellow, red, and black ribbon is attached by chain link to the top of the medal.
A metal and plastic harmonica used by Arthur Lee. The harmonica is etched with lettering on the top and bottom. The lettering on the top of the harmonica reads “HOHNER Special 20 / MARINE BAND.” The letter “A” is etched on the top right side of the harmonica. The etched lettering on the bottom of the harmonica reads “M. HOHNER / MADE IN GERMANY.” The harmonica has ten holes on each of its sides. Numbers are etched in the metal above each hole.