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Item/Description: Vintage 1987 Marlboro Philip Morris, Inc. solid brass belt buckle tobacco industry collectible.
***The design on the face of this oval/oblong-shaped buckle masculinely depicts the instantly-recognizable logo imagery of a bull/steer inside a five-pointed Texas star.
This particular emblematic symbol of the “Marlboro” brand of cigarettes is one of the two most famous utilized by this company in association with their branding, with the other “mascot” of this cigarette company being the equally memorable “Marlboro Man”.
Age/Period: Vintage - buckle is dated on its reverse side “1987" (1980s)
Manufacturer/Identification/Markings/Country of Origin: Reverse side of buckle is signed/marked "Solid Brass Philip Morris, Inc. 1987" with a letter "M" beneath a roof like, inverted arrow-shaped tip.
Material(s)/Format: Solid Brass Metal
Size/Measurements: 3 3/8"W x 2 1/8"H
Quantity: One (1)
Condition: Excellent, retaining an attractive patina. Being mentioned for purposes of accuracy is that a handful of areas are a slightly darker in hue than other sections.