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1791 Denim Proclamation T-Shirt
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1791 Denim Proclamation T-Shirt

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The 1791 Denim Proclamation tee is the celebration of the launch of our new denim line. It has a denim pocket sewn on the front chest in the shape of a denim pocket with traditional jean stitching. October 12th, 2012 marks the official day we launched our denim line. If you are a true denim head, then you'll love this tee.

Made in USA
100% Cotton
1791 Supply & Co. Registered Trade-Mark
Denim pocket on chest

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