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By avf, 2/14/2013 about
I read an article in Esquire where the author had the recipe for his favorite drink (Daiquiri) printed on the back of his calling card.
"Favorite Calling Card"
By Erich Bloxdorf, 11/29/2011 about
John L. Sullivan calling card is terrific! Would appreciate tips on how to carry them...card cases available?
"Framed"
By pagrube, 9/22/2010 about
I prefer the framed version myself.
"My favorite"
By pbenes, 9/22/2010 about
The fisticuffs design is my favorite. It has a vintage charm, and ample room on the back for whatever note the occasion requires.
"John L. Sullivan Calling Card"
By pjdonaldson, 9/20/2010 about
I like the John L. Sullivan Calling Card because it has the manly graphic but leaves a place to write a note on the back.
"Victorian Gentleman"
By JoshBF, 9/20/2010 about
I like them all but my favorite is the Victorian Gentleman. Cheers.
"Art of Manliness Calling Card"
By TheBradley, 9/19/2010 about
The Art of Manliness Calling Card is my favorite as it is all encompasing: distinguished gentleman, pugilist, and website information. Now I don't have to write it down when passing it on to friends!
"AOM Cards"
By Brad Mutchler, 9/19/2010 about
I believe the Victorian Gentlemen is the purest definition of Manliness...manners, etiquette, well dressed etc...perhaps the note card on the back would be a nice addition?
"Manly Calling Cards."
By dj_kelley, 9/18/2010 about
I prefer "The Victorian Gentleman B." It is simple and it suits my taste.
"The Victorian Gentleman B"
By evanstein, 9/18/2010 about
Classy and I like the blank back
"Calling Cards"
By Ezra_Stikette, 9/18/2010 about
I like the framed one, because it has style without being pretentious
"B"
By manfrin, 9/18/2010 about
Most assuredly card B. It is simple and refined, elegant but not gauche. Just what a man needs.
"framed card"
By hogdawg84, 9/18/2010 about
My favorite is the framed card. I like the lines on the back to add personalized notes.
"My favorite"
By lakingsfn, 9/18/2010 about
I like the framed card, especially the lines on the back for adding a short note to the card when you give it out.
"My favourite card"
By Penfield_Lewis, 9/18/2010 about
I really like the framed card, very simple and classy. Although all of them would be good to have in my wallet.
"My favourite(s)"
By AdamSteudle, 9/18/2010 about
The Victorian gentlemen is my favourite with the framed calling card coming in a close second.
"Framed Calling Card"
By TravisCreate, 9/17/2010 about
I particularly like the fisticuffs calling card, as it is quite simple without being entirely minimalist, and therefore still has a wealth of character. The framed calling card came in a very close second. I love its slightly weathered edges, and the design on both sides.
"My Favorite(s)"
By lordotheporto, 9/17/2010 about
My favorite design is the Framed card--because of its simplicity as well as the more traditional calling card shape. However, I wish there were more room on the front for information. It's reasonable to have at least one phone and one e-mail address. My second favorite(s) are the Victorian Gentleman (although I dislike the business card shape) and the John L. Sullivan on the back.
"My fav."
By handlebar, 9/17/2010 about
AoM Victorian Gentleman is classy, with enough room for a good amount of information. I would like more room, though, because I'd like to be able to share my phone, address, email, along with Twitter and website, and I don't think there's enough room for all of that as is. I like the designs with the fighting man, but I wouldn't want to give those out to guys I'd just met, and maybe not to women I was newly interested in.
"Sullivan Calling Card"
By hofccsaint, 9/17/2010 about
I like this one because I like the offset text and the clean front.
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