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Intel Inboard Bolo Tie

Intel Inboard Bolo Tie

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Description
This square bolo tie is attached to a purple cord at the upper corner. The image on the tie is of a man wearing glasses and a blue gown with large yellow collar and cuffs. In one hand he holds a computer keyboard, with the other he gives the thumbs up. Around his head is a zig-zag white "halo," with orange text above reading: The HACKER MONK. In the background is a black sky with pink and yellow clouds above purple-colored white-capped mountains. Orange and black borders are along two edges. A white arc across the bottom has black text reading "intel inboard," with a black section underneath with red and orange text reading "386 PC." The reverse is white a card with "Comdex 11/89" written in black permanent ink. The cord is purple with metal tips and attached to the back of the square at both ends with a metal fastener.
The measurements given include the length of the cord.
Location
Currently not on view
Object Name
name tag
tie
date made
c 1989
Physical Description
cardboard (overall material)
metal (overall material)
fabric (overall material)
Measurements
overall: 20 in x 4 3/4 in x 7/16 in; 50.8 cm x 12.065 cm x 1.143 cm
ID Number
2009.3071.793
catalog number
2009.3071.793
nonaccession number
2009.3071
Credit Line
David DeJean
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