Cufflink Set - Golden Gate Bridge and Car
A-CUFCBRegular price $14.00 Sale price $5.98
Enjoy a bit of humor with your fashion? Add a whimsical final touch to your formal look with this Golden Gate Bridge and Car cufflink set. With an eye-catching reflective mirror finish, these cufflinks are sure to be a great conversation starter.
Did You Know?
When the Golden Gate Bridge opened in 1937, it cost just 50 cents to drive across the famous span. Unfortunately for carpoolers, there was a 5-cent surcharge if the vehicle contained more than three passengers.
Wallet - Alcatraz Escape
A-1962WRegular price $9.95 Sale price $5.98
Dog Tags - Alcatraz Identity Theft
O-804Regular price $9.95
Inspired by one of US Penitentiary Alcatraz's most ingenious escape attempts, these dog tags tell the story of a mild-mannered inmate who quietly plotted a desperate bid for freedom while the world was in crisis.
John Giles (AZ-250) spent the majority of his life either behind bars, on parole, or as a fugitive from justice. In 1935, he was recommended for transfer to the most secure prison in the United States: USP Alcatraz. During World War II, while soldiers manned gun emplacements on the island, Giles assembled stolen items of clothing to assemble a complete military uniform, in the hopes of impersonating an officer and making it off the island.
Did it work? Was he cunning enough to follow his plan through to the end?
Find out in the captivating story included with your purchase...
"A man with a long time, he's got only one thought--he wants to escape, needs to escape...It fills your waking hours from morning to night."
- John Giles