The Ralph Marlin Company is known worldwide for its weird and wacky, funky and quirky ties, and it all started back in 1986 with a series of fish shaped ties such as this one. This 1986 polyester novelty men's tie is titled, "Holey Mackerel" It is as narrow as 1 inch wide at the tip and 2 3/4 inches at its widest. It is great shape. 2.75x59inches (SKU# T20146)
This red, black and beige color necktie depicts the scales of justice, blind justice and the definition of the word lawyer: one whose profession it is to conduct suits in court or to give legal advice and aid. This cotton necktie was designed during the 1950's by Rooster. Made of cotton and in excellent vintage condition. 3x54inches (SKU# T38675)
This 1960's deadstock tie is made by Brookline Cravats by NuWay as printed on the original wrapper. This New Old Stock neckwear is brand new. 2.25x57inches (SKU# T38679) Because this necktie still has its original tag, we can confidently say that it has never been worn. However, it is not technically a 'new' tie. All our ties are acquired from private collectors or other resale sources. We do not have any direct affiliation with the designer or maker of this necktie and are not an authorized reseller.
A permanently secured white button is located the end of this navy blue and white checker necktie. This modern neckwear is fashioned from cotton and is in excellent condition. 2.75x55inches (SKU# T38682)
A unique peach design graces this purple necktie. Notice the rounded end! Both the color and construction are a rare find. This 1960's era neckwear is in excellent vintage condition. 2x55.5inches (SKU# T38684)
An orrery is a mechanical model of the solar system, or of just the sun, earth, and moon, used to represent their relative positions and motions. This cotton and polyester blend tie is made by Rooster. It is in excellent vintage condition. 1.75x53inches (SKU# T38688)
Men's square end ties are in a class all their own, and have been a popular alternative to standard pointed neckties for many years. Woven, machine knit and crocheted square end neckties were often referred to as flat bottom neckties in the 50's and 60's. Vintage flat bottom men's ties from this era often had an embroidered flourish or monogram stitched midway up the neckties for visual impact. Modern square end (a.k.a. square bottom) men's ties can incorporate designer logos near the tip. Solid colors and patterns are expertly woven for a fine knit texture, resulting in stylish neckwear perfect for both casual and formal functions. Our vintage square end men's ties are easy to care for and a welcome addition to any man's wardrobe.