Not only are they a distinctive jewelry design company, but Tokens & Icons, formerly Tokens & Coins, also invents new uses for subway tokens, baseball seating, and typewriter keys and even cracked game used bats. Even the space of their business is created around vintage materials! Tokens & Icons has created a space that reflects the very nature of their business: to breathe new life into things that already exist. Within these pages from Tokens and Icons, you'll find a series of memorabilia in the form of cufflinks, ranging from real game benches, bats, and collector's coins. Ward Wallau, founder of Tokens & Icons and a self-proclaimed "authenticity hound," gathered his crew of artisans to transform barn wood from a 1927 Idaho granary into two large sliding doors. Here are some interesting facts about the company too: Galvanized metal mailboxes—some still containing original documents from the early 1900s—are now receptacles for the company's jewelry and gifts. Wood pallets and corrugated roofing have been fashioned into pony walls. Even a discarded dog kennel turned out to be the perfect size for storing the baseball seats used to create stadium-related merchandise. If you're also a authenticity hound, like Mr. Wallau, you won't be disappointed with the timeless, vintage collection we're proud to offer here at Cufflinksman.