A female figure in pink is right side up and upside down against a yellow geometric pattern which covers colorful stripes. This Easter color neckwear is in excellent vintage condition. 4.25x54.5inches (SKU# T38706)
Each blue and green oval contains a flower. This red silk designer necktie hails from the 1970's. The CM logo is stitched in red at the tip and the neckband is enforced. In excellent vintage condition. 3.75x59inches (SKU# T38779)
The Disabled American Veterans, or DAV, is an organization chartered by the United States Congress for disabled military veterans of the United States Armed Forces that helps them and their families through various means. This navy blue polyester tie was designed during the 1980's. This skinny neckwear is in very good vintage condition. 3.25x56.5inches (SKU# T38844)
Two ties are identical in green and navy blue versions and depict tennis players while another green tie depicts two tennis rackets and ball. These vintage ties are in excellent condition. 3.5-4x56inches (SKU# T38948)
The return on assets (ROA) ratio illustrates how well management is employing the company's total assets to make a profit. The higher the return, the more efficient management is in utilizing its asset base. The ROA ratio is calculated by comparing net income to average total assets, and is expressed as a percentage. This navy blue tie was made sometime during the mid 1970's to early 1980's. Made of nylon and in good condition. 3.5x55inches (SKU# T39011)
The mid 60's underwent many changes socially and politically, and so did the look of men's neckties. Men's ties as skinny as one inch ballooned to over 5 inches wide. 1970's vintage ties were often wide, in part to match the wide lapels of men's suits, and the finished knots of these neckties also grew in size. Fat vintage ties of the 70's come in an array of styles, both in polyester and silk. Try fun 70's vintage ties on for size. They are anything but average. You'll be the hit of the party and brighten the day with any one of our men's vintage 1970's ties!