Leather charga plate necklace with modern bee button attached.
The Charga-Plate was trademarked by the Farrington Manufacturing Company. It was a metal, dog-tag style plate with a customer’s name and city of residence imprinted on it, with a paper backing that the customer could sign. They were typically issued by large scale merchants for customers to use as store credit for that retailer. They were developed as early as 1928 and issued primarily during the 1930s-1950s.
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Chain Length 18"