A Penny Saved Money Clip


All About The Benjamins

Are vagrant bills, receipts and checks threatening to start a war in your back pocket? Provide errant bucks with some much-needed governance with this clever clip featuring a vintage stamp and an inspirational quotation by the father of the US Postal System, Benjamin Franklin.

This handsome money clip features an authentic 1-cent stamp issued in 1903 and designed by R. Ostrander Smith who incorporated symbols representative of Franklin's scientific experimentations with electricity. The phrase "A penny saved is a penny earned" is from Franklin's Poor Richard's Almanac, published in 1733. Franklin's famous recommendation is etched into the money clip and serves as a subtle reminder that every penny pinched adds up.

Stamps are embedded in pewter and coated in a clear, protective resin finish. Clip is made of white brass. Made in Rhode Island.

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Exclusive Made in the USA
Made from
pewter, brass, resin
2.125" L x 1.125" W
Postal markings on stamps will vary, as each stamp is authentic and has been circulated in the US Postal System.
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