Who picked the daisies? (1962)
In country colors, the Petite Fleur Set by Lady Buxton — wallets, sunglass case, key wallet
You set the time (1961)
Textured leather pearlette wallets, glasses holders, cigarette cases, coin purses, by Lady Buxton
Pink scallop set in glowing leather (1962)
Who stole the sea shells? The Scallop Set, in glowing iridescent leathers, by Lady Buxton – billfolds, glasses case, cigarette wallet
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But she has a purse. (A clutch purse?) (1969)
You yourself can name three purses she has. The black, the blue patent, the brown satchel. Another purse would be silly.
But a purse to put in her purse?
Like our clutch here. Called Seville. With lots of roomy compartments for the grocery list, the kids’ pictures, the laundry tickets, and her beloved charge plates.
Our clutches come in lots of different colors, lots of different designs. With a wallet, French purse, cigarette case, lighter, Spec-Tainer, and Key-Tainer to match.
Any one of which she can put in the purse she already has.
The Seville clutch. At nice stores everywhere.
Light blue Lady Buxton French purse (1958)
- You take your bills out of the change purse (even though you put them into the billfold)
- You carry a purse that’s slimmer than ever (yet it holds as much as the old-style bulky kind)
- That’s why the smart money is going into this new French Purse by Lady Buxton
The Smart Set by Lady Buxton (1958)
The sophisticated lady chooses her accessories in a matched set with a look of tailored elegance… carried out in a handsome, slashed leather. Lady Buxton’s Smart Set wallets and accessories.
Carmine red French Lady Buxton coin purse (1955)
You put your bills in the billfold… you take them out of the coin purse!
Here’s convenience and security. Open the coin purse — and you can slip out both bills and coins without unfolding the purse.
And for the important big bills, there’s a separate secret compartment that keeps them securely hidden. (Shown in Saddle Cowhide)
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You have room for them all. (1954)
No more stuffing one picture behind the other. With the Convertible you can carry up to 21 photos or credentials on view in the removable photo-card case. The exclusive Buxton Flickbar does it.
It works as simply as a loose-leaf binder… lets you add windows quickly, securely. The Convertible comes with enough windows to show 9 photos or cards. Extra windows are only a quarter a set.
You don’t have to open it to put coins in. Ingenious “Magic Purse” has outside coin slot that lets you drop money safely inside.
Lady Buxton’s alligator skin clutch (1968)
The lime green Gaitor Baitor purse with gold accents.
The Ranch Wagon Set by Lady Buxton (1958)
A classic for suburbia and exurbia: Our matched set in antiqued California Saddle Leather, bearing an old coin reproduction.
Also sold one-by-one: Thin-Fold Billfold, Contour Key-Tainer, French purse, Snap-Top Cigarette Case, Lighter, and Spec-Tainer.
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Thin-Fold cobalt blue clutch (1958)
We’ve fashioned a sleek new look of slimness in the billfold that holds so much.
The new Thin-Fold by Lady Buxton. The best for your money.
Retro star themed purse set (1960)
If you smoke, ear glasses, unlock doors, carry lots of pictures, or just spend money. The Evening Star set by Lady Buxton.
Luscious red cowhide clutch purse (1957)
Only the Contour by Lady Buxton has this new “tray purse”.
Carries all your credentials on view. New “Finger-Flick” clasps — easier to open or close then snaps.
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