It’s Only Money Brass Money Clip
This product was made in: Brooklyn,
A simple device to keep your money and cards safe. Keep your cheddar together with this fantastic money clip from Fred and Owen Boarding Pass NYC. Made of 22 gauge polished brass (85% copper, 15% zinc). The brass is melted down and turned into a brass coil about one inch wide. The coil is then stamped into a money clip with a 16 ton hydraulic press, pierced to create the distinctive finger on the inside of the clip, bent in half to create the “clip” and then flattened shut. The edges are beveled with an ultra fine grit of sandpaper.
These brass money clips are then polished to a satin finished and then lacquered, so as you use it, it will retain its existing shininess and will not tarnish.
Made in the USA
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About Boarding Pass
For all of your journeys
A boarding pass is a cherished ticket. It connects you with family, friends, and new destinations. Boarding pass in hand, you’re part of the jet set, no matter where you’re headed.
Boarding Pass is a New York-based lifestyle brand. Founded in 2012 by Mike Arnot, Boarding Pass is now sold in 600+ retail stores worldwide, online at Boarding Pass NYC, and at our two stores (230 Mulberry Street in Manhattan, and 42 West Street in Greenpoint, Brooklyn). From the original luggage tag to a full line of goods designed and made in the United States, Boarding Pass products are loved. With an office no bigger than a broom closet and a credit card, Mike opened up the digital doors to Boarding Pass. By the end of that first year, GQ Magazine had named Boarding Pass one its “Best” of 2012, and the company was featured in many blogs and magazines.
Boarding Pass encapsulates the lifestyle and travel aesthetic they have sought to create. They craft products that help you get where you’re going with style, irrespective of whether that’s an exciting trip to Japan or your dreaded Monday morning commute. They think their products help improve your quality of life, get you noticed for your style, and keep you organized.
Boarding Pass works with manufacturers in 16 different states to bring you high-quality, affordable products, always USA-made. They work with leather, brass, cement, canvas, twill, nylon, and wood. They use their products daily and dream up products every day to make your day better.