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  • Fireman Cufflinks Show Respect for One of the Most Revered Professions
    Firefighting as a profession has a reputation as one of the most dangerous, yet rewarding careers in existence. Trained firefighters regularly risk (and sometimes give up) their lives in order to save the lives of complete strangers.
  • Historic Indian Head Penny Continues to Enthrall Collectors Today
    The names "Indian Head Penny" and "Indian Penny" are actually somewhat inaccurate. These coins were minted by the United States from 1859 to 1909 and show the head of Lady Liberty wearing a Native American feather head bonnet, which is where the "Indian" designation came from.
  • Cufflinks Aren't Just for Men Anymore
    Cufflinks are to many people a somewhat old fashioned concept, and are usually associated with grooms in tuxedos and older gentlemen in formal situations. Women have worn cufflinks in the past, but not to the extent that men have.
  • Make a Quiet Style Statement With Coin Cufflinks
    The type of shirts that men wear today, which button up the front and have separated cuffs to go over the hands before being bound at the cuffs first appeared in the early 1500s. At that time the cuffs were often ruffled, and small holes on either side of the cuff divide were connected with what were called cuff strings, which were inexpensive and

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