Texas A&M Cufflinks with 1920 Monogram

$300.00
SKU:
CL011
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Description

Take a walk back in time to the origin of the: "Twelfth Man, Old Army, & Old Sarge".  The Texas AMC monogram came from an antique button on the uniform of Texas A.M.C. cadets in the 1920's.  The Agricultural Mechanical College of Texas is now known as Texas A&M University and the AMC insignia was last used by the Corp of Cadets in 1968.  Lynda lifted the image off of the button and placed it on the set of sterling silver cufflinks.  The cufflinks have the AMC monogram with the "Lone Star of Texas" in the middle.  The cufflinks have a thin border, and the image is lightly oxidized to enhance the features.  A wonderful gift for your favorite Aggie or for the parents of an Aggie.

Monogram: Texas AMC

Sterling Silver; Texas Lone Star; Circular design; Thin border; Lightly oxidized

0.7 x 0.7 inches each     14.8 Grams total weight of both

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SKU:
CL011

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