This gold tone tie bar is in the shape of a double-headed axe. It unfolds to insert the front of the tie and when closed gives the appearance that it pierces the tie like a sword. A clip on the back will hold the more narrow back of the tie in place as well. Anson was known to make this type of tie bar. This particular one only has Pat. No. (patent number) on the back clip. The double-headed ax may be symbolic of one of the men's fraternal brotherhoods like the Mason's or Knight's of Columbus for example. The gold tone finish remains in good condition. The bar is 3 1/2" long.
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