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Soldered Antique Santa Fe Railway Brass Uniform Button Vintage Silver Men's Tie Clip by Compass Rose Design

According to Wikipedia the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway company was first chartered in February 1859. Although the railway was named in part for the capital of New Mexico, its main line never reached there as the terrain made it too difficult to lay the necessary tracks (Santa Fe was ultimately served by a branch line from Lamy, New Mexico). The Santa Fe's first tracks reached the Kansas/Colorado state line in 1873, and connected to Pueblo, Colorado in 1876.

This is a SOLDERED tie clip - NOT glued like most of the others you will see - I use a two step soldering method to preserve the quality and integrity of the piece without frying it by applying direct flame like the torch soldering, so there is less burnt metal for a cleaner solder. Made to last.

A great gift for your father, brother, husband, groomsman, friend, colleague, or boyfriend!

* The button is approximately 7/8" (22mm) inch in diameter
* The tie pin is 2" inches long and 1/4" inch wide.
* I have also included an image of a different pair of uniform button cufflinks with a vintage photo showing a railway worker for the Pennsylvania Railroad so you can see the buttons in their original context.
* All items come in a gift box.

Compass Rose Design revives historic heirlooms into wearable art. Everything in our shop is handmade in our studio just north of San Francisco, California.

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Compass Rose Design Jewelry is a tiny, woman-owned family business based just north of San Francisco, California. Founder, Creek Van Houten, is a 3rd generation maker of recycled jewelry and art.

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Creek Van Houten
Johnny Van Houten

Men's Sante Fe Railway Button Tie Clip - Soldered - Steam Engine Railroad Uniform Button Silver Mens Accessory

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  • Materials: tie pin, steampunk, mens jewellery, tie tack, mens accessory, railroad uniform button, stainless steel, brass button, antique uniform button, brass uniform button, santa fe, new mexico button
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  • Ships worldwide from California, United States