Andy Stratton from Renton, WA wrote: 42 years ago, my grandmother gave me a very nice southwestern themed leather wallet with my initials on it, as a high school graduation gift. I have used only that wallet ever since, and together we have both grown into antiques. So I was saddened when the leather at the fold started wearing thin, and it ripped. I wanted to find a company that knew what they were doing and would actually take care to treat the wallet with some respect. Rago Brothers’ website left me with the impression that they had these qualities. It was true. I sent them the wallet. They called me on the phone to describe what they would do to repair it. They did an expert job and returned it safely to me. I was very pleased with the work that they had done, giving my wallet a new lease on life. And it wasn’t a consideration, but they did the repair for less than I would have expected.
Service provided: Antique leather wallet repair