Yale Collection launches several new items

A tote bag crafted from recycled sail cloth and a replica of a 1950s Bulldog banner are among the newest items in the Yale Collection of gifts and memorabilia.
A collage of Yale memorabilia from the Yale Collection

A Yale tote bag crafted from recycled sail cloth with a map of New Haven inside and a replica of a 1950s-era Bulldog banner in wool felt are among the newest items in The Yale Collection, an assortment of gifts for home and office inspired by the university’s landmarks and iconic imagery.

Also new to the collection is a handcrafted adjustable bracelet with a map of Yale on its charm, and two sizes of a three-dimensional wall art replica of the Yale Bowl.

The Office of Marketing and Trademark Licensing launched The Yale Collection in November 2018. Original items in the collection include an early 20th-century football; a football helmet-wearing Handsome Dan; 550-piece puzzles of the Yale Bowl and Harkness Tower; a hand-painted glass ornament featuring Harkness Tower; and the book “Picturing Yale,” a collection of images by Michael Marsland, who was the university’s photographer for more than 40 years. The book includes an essay by Yale history lecturer Jay Giltin.

The exclusive collection is designed to appeal to alumni, students, and other Yale fans. To learn more, visit The Yale Collection website.

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