The 1690 Wallet


In the year 1690 the first paper money in the United States was printed in the Massachusetts colony.  This birthed need for something other then a coin purse or pouch to carry ones money.  As a tribute to this historical time we bring you The 1690 Wallet.  

Crafted from 5oz Horween Natural Dublin it is hand stitched with the finest American made thread, edges carefully beveled, sanded and burnished for a lifetime of service then finished off with two antique brass snaps.  This single pocket wallet measures just shy of 7' wide by 3.75" tall with a uniquely cut top flap making each piece a true one-of-a-kind (raw edges are left when possible adding to the unique rustic look).  Horween leathers are some of the most desirable for personal items due to their rich characteristics and durability.