Important piece of Broadway Theater History. This is a solid sterling silver tie bar that includes a hand crafted and hand etched front design of the famous Henry Miller Theater. The back is signed " FOSTER W/ silver smith symbol, STERLING, LEBLANGS 1949." This tie bar measures over 2 1/2" wide and 3/4" high and it is heavy weighted Sterling. The Henry Miller Theater was a Broadway Theater located at 124 West 43 St.. Designed in the NEO CLASSICAL style by PAUL R. ALLEN and INGALLS & HOFFMAN. It was built by and named for Actor - Producer Henry Miller. It opened in April of 1918 with the play " THE FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH." It was the first air conditioned Theater in Manhattan. It's fascade, landmarked by the City, remains. Joe Leblangs cut rate Theater ticket empire was famous for discounted Broadway show tickets. This handcrafted Tie Bar is possibly a one of a kind and might have been owned by Henry Miller's son Gilbert or Joe Leblangs. It is in Very Good Condition!!!