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Taco enamel pin - Food soft lapel pin

While there is some debate over when exactly the first taco was created, most experts state that the first taco was actually invented somewhere between 1,000 and 500 B.C. At the time, the taco was more about having an edible spoon and since has morphed into the dish that we know today.

However, the name taco came much later on. The first recorded reference to the word taco, then it was tacos mineros, came about in the 19th century. The first mention of the word taco in the United States didn’t come around until 1905.

When they first became popular in Mexico, they were served in the silver mines. At the time, they were thin sheets of paper wrapped in gunpowder. Talk about spicy!



🌮 25.4 mm ( 1" wide )
🌮 Soft enamel pin
🌮 Black plated metal
🌮 Backstamp
🌮 1 Backing posts
🌮 Yellow rubber clutches
🌮 Ships as a single pin on card
🌮 Packaged inside a protective cello sleeve
🌮 Design by Leon Römer


Shipping Details:
📧 My enamel pins are NOT shipped with track and trace!!! But you can select this on check out if you like.


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