Fred Harvey (1835-1901)
"Fred Harvey era" jewelry, refers to the genre of lightweight and mass-produced jewelry that was made for sale to the Anglo tourist trade along the Santa Fe railroad lines, in hotels and retail shops run primarily by the Fred Harvey Company. This jewelry is also known as “Railroad Jewelry” or “Route 66 Jewelry.” Double D Ranch is pleased to offer this vintage pin from this era of America’s past.
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