Vintage department store charge cards are a hot collectible (click link to see what vintage cc's people are selling on eBay right now). People collect and trade them like baseball cards. Charge cards, like vintage billheads, invoices, checks, and other voided financial ephemera, are a narrow but interesting area of paper collecting.
This charge card was issued by JoJones, a men's clothing store, which was located in the Wachovia Bank building in Uptown Charlotte. [I couldn't find a record of the store on the Web, so I don't known when the store closed or much about its history.]
The front of the card features JoJones and Hart, Schaffner & Marx logos, along with the bearer's address. On the back, the suit manufacturer's logo is repeated, along with instructions on the use of the card. The card was not signed by the bearer, and it shows no signs of ever being used. It probably dates from the 1950s or early 1960s.
I purchased the JoJones card at an estate sale for less than $5. It was tossed in with a bunch of old papers from the top drawer of a dead man's dresser. The dead man's son sold me the card could not have cared less about the card or any of the other contents in the drawer. He had just sold the dresser, and not surprisingly, was planning to trash the papers he'd found inside of it.