Lot Of 6 1960s-70s Vintage Used Men's Ties (4" Wide, 58-59" Long)
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Lot Of 6 1960s-70s Vintage Used Men's Ties (4" Wide, 58-59" Long):
Here are 6 nice 1960s-70s vintage ties that belonged to my father. They are used, but not overused, and still in good condition. No smoke nor other odors.The ties in this particular listing are all about 4" wide, so they are all good for the same body.The first four ties are all 58" long.1. The first tie is by Liberty's of London. The design is a mish-mosh of blue, gold, tan, and white shapes on a burgundy background. The store label and material tags are missing; but my dad had several ties like this, and the others said "printed in England" by Liberty's of London, with store labels from stores in New York and New Jersey. I would guess this tie is polyester.2. The second tie also has no material label, and I would guess it is polyester. It is impressive, nonetheless, being dark blue with a design of official-looking red, white, and light blue crests and diagonal stripe designs.3. The third tie is a conservative dark blue polyester with small red dots, by Delio.4. The fourth tie is a more noticeable dark blue polyester with bold diagonal stripes in light blue, bright yellow, and white. The store tag, from Browning's of Fifth Avenue, is attached horizontally, so it can be used as a keeper loop for the tie end.5. The fifth tie is more recent, probably from the late 1980s. It is 100% Italian silk, made in the USA for Tommy Hilfiger. It is basic burgundy, with criss-crossed black lines and collegiate-looking crests in black, white, gold, and red. Note that the price tag of $27.50 is still attached. 6. The sixth tie is a nice silk winter necktie with a snowman design. It is a seasonal tie, so it has not been worn very much. It is a dark bluish purple background, with rows of snowmen on snow-covered ground. The happy snowman designs are in shades of white, black, gold, blue, and, of course, red and green. The "FN" manufacturer's label also has a seasonal holly theme, and it is attached horizontally so that it can be used as a keeper loop for the tie end. The material label states that the tie was hand sewn in [South] Korea. This tie is 59" long.