Vintage 1970s Packard Print Cotton Square End Necktie by Rooster - image 1 of 8

For over 30 years Rooster was a United States tie manufacturing company based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. They began their business in 1957 and were known mostly for their unique novelty prints that were placed upon cotton square end neckties. These interesting horizontal prints were sold in menswear stores, such as John Wanamaker, and boutiques. Rooster later expanded to knitted ties, but they were always most famous for their wonderful printed neckties. The company filed for bankruptcy in 1989.

Here is cotton square end necktie made by Rooster that displays a print devoted to the Packard automobile enthusiasts. The background cotton material is cream colored and the print is done in brown, blue, orange and gray with black lettering. It all comes together for a great looking novelty print from the Rooster Necktie company.

Condition: Very Good
No condition issues to note. This Rooster necktie appears to have been worn very little.

Label: Rooster, All Cotton, WPL 13303
John Wanamaker Men’s Store


Total Length Point to Point: 54”

Width Across Blade: 3”

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Vintage 1970s Packard Print Cotton Square End Necktie by Rooster


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