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Mission Mercantile was founded to create and proudly stand behind our products, built by craftsmen using materials, that with proper use and care, will live on, passed down the generations as heirlooms enriched and refined with age and memories of past personal journeys.
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Franklin was a successful inventor, writer, publisher, diplomat, drafter/signer of our Declaration of Independence, abolitionist, entrepreneur, and networker. Another true Renaissance man and Mission Man.
Our Benjamin Collection is an intentional nod (and wink!) to good ole Ben, who would have felt right at home grabbing his namesake collection as his EDC (everyday carry for your Benjamins). In fact, social critic David Brook called Franklin our founding Yuppie. Intentionality was our emphasis, from the hand-selected, marbled, twice-tanned leather (both chrome and vegetable tanning) to the rich yet simplistic lines visible in each Benjamin leather good. We can imagine Mr. Franklin proudly carrying his collection on the streets of Philadelphia, Paris, or anywhere in the world his business or exploits might take him.
Where will your adventures take you with the Benjamin by your side?
The calling or visiting card was once an essential instrument of social etiquette among the higher classes. From the 17th to the 19th century, a gentleman or lady simply wasn't received during the Georgian, Regency, and Victorian eras unless they first conveyed their card, typically via servant to servant. The business card, introduced first as a trade card in 17th century London, supplanted its printed forbearer in the wake of the Industrial Revolution, remaining a ubiquitous cultural staple even this far into the Digital Revolution. Whatever cards you might collect or dispense now, tomorrow, and well into the future, our lined chrome/veg retan leather card case will carry them with ageless distinction. Or this simple, handsome piece works well as a compact front pocket wallet, boasting a vintage detail cribbed from a 1920s model: a nifty token pocket for tiny treasures.
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When was the last time you bought something that was worth more than you paid for it? For me, it had been a while. Maybe that’s why the Benjamin Card Wallet caught me by complete surprise. This handsome and versatile little wallet makes a great gift for someone else, but I also the perfect treat for yourself. Grab one and see for yourself.