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Complete your look and vintage sports memorabilia collection with these iconic cufflinks from Tokens & Icons. Set in sterling silver, these cufflinks feature authentic wood from the basketball parquet floor used at the Boston Garden.Two-pronged postGift boxedCertificate of authenticity included
Celebrate New York City's history with vintage-style cufflinks made of authentic New York City Metropolitan Transit Authority subway tokens. They come in a subway-map covered gift box with an authenticity card-perfect for any New York lover.
Designed by James Barton Longacre, the chief engraver at the Philadelphia Mint, the Indian Head penny was produced from 1859 to 1909. They are highly valued for their red copper luster, and are considered by many collectors to be one of the most aesthetically pleasing coins ever minted.
Complete your look and own a piece of America's first subway with these iconic cufflinks from Tokens & Icons. Set in sterling silver, these cufflinks feature token coins used as fare on Boston's "T". Two-pronged postGift boxedCertificate of authenticity included
Complete your look and sports memorabilia collection with these iconic cufflinks from Tokens & Icons. Set in sterling silver, these cufflinks feature pieces of a golf ball recovered from the water at TPC Sawgrass.Two-pronged postGift boxedCertificate of authenticity included
Bring the action from the field to the office with these game-used New York Yankees baseball cuff links from Tokens & Icons. A hologram on the back allows the purchaser to find out the exact game the ball was used in. These cufflinks are set in sterling, gift boxed with an authenticity instruction card and licensed by MLB.
Keep your cash and cards handy and secure with this Tokens & Icons wallet. Featuring a golf ball recovered from the water surrounding the 17th hole at TPC Sawgrass, this wallet is a must-have for the golf lover.Magnetic money clipTwo card slotsCash compartment
Designed by Adolph A. Weinman, the Mercury dime acquired its name from the winged cap worn by the Liberty figure on the coin's face. It was produced from 1916 until 1945. In 1946 it was replaced by the Franklin D. Roosevelt commemorative dime, introduced only one short year after his passing.
These are anything but uniform. This wallet has a game used regular season New York Rangers jersey as the bill divider to keep your fives separated from your tens in this top quality leather wallet from Tokens & Coins. Gift box and NHL/Tokens & Icons certificate of authenticity included