Gorgeous Vintage wildlife Aztec sweatshirt RARE clearance

Overview

ConditionGood
BrandAmerican Vintage
CategoryMen, Sweaters, Crewneck, American Vintage Crewneck Sweaters for Men

Details

SizeL (42-44)

Description

This is an absolute stunning wildlife sweatshirt it is a thinner material sweatshirt so not too thick not too thin but it is indeed a sweatshirt it is not a long sleeve shirt it is from Leland, MI definitely a travel and keepsake sure great for collectors of vintage sweatshirt. Extremely rare and will not let it go for nothing. Moon night scene with deer, elk, bear, bobcat, wolf, wolves, ducks, bunny, squirrel, bass fish, bald eagle with trees in the back. This shirt is black as coal with no fading, no holes, very little to no piling. Very minor cracking. Brand is AU sportswear made in the USA. One of a kind. Have not seen another like it. Size for a man Large women's L/XL please see all measurements. Colors are turquoise, pink, white on a black sweatshirt that is amazingly made. Many other vintage sweatshirts being listed and already listed. If you are looking for something in particular please ask. I may have it. I was a collector of wildlife vintage sweatshirts & the mountain tees.





















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The Commerce Department said construction spending inched up by 0.1 percent to an annual rate or $1.731 trillion in March after rising by 0.5 percent to a revised rate of $1.729 trillion in March. Economists had expected construction spending to increase by 0.7 percent.

The uptick in total construction spending came as spending on private construction rose by 0.2 percent to an annual rate of $1.380 trillion.

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