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Arrow Ties. Research Magazine Advertisements. The Best Resource on the Net of Vintage Ads! (1944) Arrow Derby Ties. Neatest thing you could possibly have over your shirt and under your vest. (1947) Arrow Mandarin Ties. In China, Mandarins are very, very important people. We used the glowing colors and beautiful designs of their robes as inspiration. Cluett, Peabody & Co., Inc. (1947) Arrow Shantung Ties. They are tailored from Rajah Shantung - a royal rayon fabric that knots up to a potentate's taste, drapes superbly! (1942) Arrow Ties Artist Richard Decker. (1947) Arrow Woodland Wools Ties. They feature big bold squares... striking stripes and colorful patterns... and some other honeys we have not encountered before. (1947) Arrow Bagdad Motifs Ties. Featured in gem-brilliant colors on rich rayon satin are Ali Baba's Sword, the Caliph's Castle, Magic Coins, the Veil of Arabia, and many another piquant subject. Cluett Peabody & Company, Inc. once headquartered in Troy, New York, was a longtime manufacturer of shirts, detachable shirt cuffs and collars, and related apparel. It is best known for its Arrow brand collars and shirts and the related Arrow Collar Man advertisements (1905-1931). It dates, with a different name, from the mid-nineteenth century and was absorbed by Westpoint Pepperell in the 1980s. The Arrow name is still licensed to brand men's shirts and ties. Enjoy these vintage ads for Arrow Ties while you browse through our Advertisement Gallery! As always, more to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
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