What a piece of American baseball history right here. A bi-fold spring clip wallet hand crafted from a Sam Mele Spalding 1017 model glove. Sam Mele was an OF for 6 different Major League clubs from the late 1940’s to the mid-1950’s. After his playing career, he managed the Minnesota Twins, leading them to the 1965 American League championship, but eventually losing to Sandy Koufax and the Dodgers in the World Series. This is a great looking wallet that has a pure vintage feel to it as well. Red baseball stitching on both sides of the outside really stand out, along with Sam’s autograph that was engraved into the wallet at time of production in the mid-1900’s. There are plenty of features on the inside as well. A spring clip will hold down any loose cash. Inside right you’ve got 3 horizontal card slots and inside left you’ve got 3 vertical card slots. The wallet measures 5” by 3.25”, so it’s a great size for carrying. As always, our wallets are hand made from beginning to end, so imperfections may exist, but that’s what makes our products unique to our customers. Thanks for looking and enjoy!