Vintage Animal Print T-shirts

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Animal Print Mix

Wholesale Vintage Animal Print T-shirts

Vintage Animal Print T-shirts bring nature to your wardrobe. Classic prints from nature and sea life to compliment any outfit. This amazing collection of band t-shirts are all graded from the 1980’s – 1990’s.

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Item # 106
Fabric: 100% Cotton & Poly/cotton blends
Eras: 80’s – 02
Brand: MIX

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Please Note that the photo is only a sample of the type of items we use for our Mix. Generally our packs come with a size run of 6 small 8 medium 7 large 4 xl. Each pack is original and one of a kind, no two packs are alike. For more information on how we put together our 25 packs please

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Rock T-shirts Mix

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Rock T-shirt Mix

Wholesale Rock T-shirts

Rock T-shirts are a staple to American Culture. From youth to adulthood the type of music that defines us can be promoted on our t-shirts. From underground rock concerts to urban street parties, never before has a t-shirt collection represented a part of who we are. The Rock T-shirt Mix focuses on more contemporary bands from the 90’s and the 2000’s, with an emphasis on being 15 years old.

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Item # 104
Fabric: 100% Cotton & Poly/cotton blends
Eras: 90’s – 2004
Brand: Original, Reproduction, TM, mix

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Please Note that the photo is only a sample of the type of items we use for our Mix. Generally our packs come with a size run of 6 small 8 medium 7 large 4 xl. Each pack is original and one of a kind, no two packs are alike. For more information on how we put together our 25 packs please

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Vintage Harley Davidson T-Shirts

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Vintage Harley T-shirts

Wholesale Vintage Harley Tees

Harley Davidson Motorcycles are as American as hot dogs and apple pie. As a classic Americana Brand, Harley Davidson has come to represent a culture of its very own. From Motorcycles festivals to outlaws, never before has a brand represented an attitude behind an era. This amazing collection of t-shirts are all original Harley Davidson t-shirts graded from the 1980’s – 1990’s.

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Item # 102
Fabric: 100% Cotton & Poly/cotton blends
Eras: 80’s – 90’s
Brand: Harley Davidson

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Please Note that the photo is only a sample of the type of items we use for our Mix. Generally our packs come with a size run of 6 small 8 medium 7 large 4 xl. Each pack is original and one of a kind, no two packs are alike. For more information on how we put together our 25 packs please

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Vintage T-Shirts 101

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“The t-shirt is a symbol of freedom, but also a rebellion to society”. Rin Taken. Did you know that the t-shirt is as North American as apple pie and blue jeans.

It wasn’t until after the fighter pilots in the South Pacific returned home from WW2, in the 50’s, that it was finally acceptable to wear an undershirt as a t-shirt. The first Surf Board Shapers had no idea that screen printing their logo on a t-shirt would change North American fashion forever. In the 80’s T-shirt branding evolved from a grass roots marketing tool, to a billion dollar industry. Before a sneaker logo could sell a t-shirt, it had to have a great print or be a billboard and say something only a t-shirt could get away with. From Novelty tee’s to brand tees no one could resist the comfort of a cotton tee

vintage t-shirt tags

The first thing to look for when searching for authenticity of the perfect vintage tee is the tag/label. Before the store brand sold a tee, it was the brand on the blank itself that sold it. Knowing what to look for will save a lot of time during the hunt. Different tags can tell you about the era you tee come from. Current day American Made t-shirt manufactures continuously try to match the one of a kind comfort and feel found only in a 80’s Screen star t-shirt blank.

vintage rock concert t-shirt

Rock concert tees tell others that not only did you support the art of rocking by purchasing the newest 8 track released by your Rock Mentor, but you attended these ground breaking rock services yourself. Beware these are not to be mistaken as current day overprinted reproductions sold to the squares at urban corporate mall stores; but a genuine rare black market concert tee. Only recognizable traits are in the original print, date, tag and quality of blank. Some concert T-shirts will sell for well over $1000 in the dealer trade. The authenticity and timeless prints set these apart.

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Vintage Rock T-Shirt Picts | Sometimes a Tee Says it All

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Vintage T-shirts have been a North American fashion icon since the fighter pilots returned home from WWII wearing them decorated with war slogans as normal weekend attire. Often the pilots stationed in South Pacific during the war would mark up their undershirts that they wore under their normal uniform with all types of pictures and slogans. When they returned home many of the pilots continued to wear their marked up t-shirts around the house or out with their pals. This was during the 1950’s, the era of Ozzie & Harriet and Leave it to Beaver, at the time if you wore a undershirt without a dress shirt over it you were considered a rebel, or a derelict.

As time passed the T-shirt became a symbol of freedom, everyone from bikers, rockers, surfers and more began to make the t-shirt a part of their everyday wardrobe.

The following collection of images from THE SELVEDGE YARD show different rock stars and their fans from the 70’s wearing an assortment of different t-shirts with different sayings that prove that prove that sometimes a tee says it better

Vintage T-shirt Tanktop

ca. 1970s --- Roadie Wearing <no Backstage Passes> Tank Top --- Image by © Neal Preston/CORBIS

Greatful Dead Fan T-shirt

Deadhead Wearing Cannabis Shirt --- Image by © Henry Diltz/CORBIS

Kieth Richards Vintage T-shirt

Kieth Richards wears a t-shirt asking Who the Fu*k is Mick Jagger

Home made t-shirt

ca. 1972 --- An apparently unhappy Rolling Stones fan wears a t-shirt that reads, "I Need the Stones to Keep Me Happy," at a Rolling Stones concert. --- Image by © Neal Preston/CORBIS

Stones T-shirts

ca. 1979, Toronto, Ontario, Canada --- Rolling Stones Fans at Concert --- Image by © Neal Preston/CORBIS

Western Vintage T-shirt

28 Aug 1979, USA --- Country musician Hank Williams Jr. wears an "if you ain't a cowboy, you ain't shit!" T-shirt. --- Image by © Neal Preston/CORBIS

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Ronnie Van Zant with the 'key to the city' given to him by the Mayor of Jacksonville seen hanging around his neck, ca. 1970s. Ronnie's t-shirt is even more notable-- Who the F*ck are the Rolling Stones anyway?

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September 1982, Glen Helen Regional Park, California, USA --- Concert Promoter Bill Graham --- Image by © Neal Preston/CORBIS

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ca. 1979 --- Rock musician Ted Nugent wears a t-shirt which reads "can Ted Nugent survive in a John Denver world?"--- Image by © Lynn Goldsmith/Corbis

Band T-shirts

1979, Marin, California, USA --- Members of the rock group Grateful Dead are Bill Kreutzman (striped shirt), Jerry Garcia (black shirt and jacket), Mickey Hart ("God is Sound" T-shirt), Phil Lesh (white T-shirt), Bob Weir (Duke sweatshirt), and Brent Mydland. --- Image by © Roger Ressmeyer/CORBIS

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