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I don't know if anyone is still interested in EG belts, but Orvis might be an alternative. The beltmaker for EG also makes belts for Orvis. What makes me think that? I just came from the EG shop on Jermyn St. Mixed in with the EG belts were Orvis belts. They were identical, except of course that the "Orvis" logo was stamped instead of "Edward Green". I'm guessing when the belt shipment arrived in the shop they didn't check them and just put them up on display.
The S&H does not include duties/taxes so you might or might not get hit with additional charges. I don't remember if I've had to pay customs. It shouldn't be very much anyways.
Here are a couple quick articles I found (all are PDFs): http://www.peelpolice.on.ca/Crime%20Prevention/PSAP/ecms.aspx/$prp/pdf-files/crime%20prevention/Home%20-%20Doors.pdf http://www.peelpolice.on.ca/Crime%20Prevention/PSAP/ecms.aspx/$prp/pdf-files/crime%20prevention/Home%20-%20Windows.pdf http://www.peelpolice.on.ca/Crime%20Prevention/PSAP/ecms.aspx/$prp/pdf-files/crime%20prevention/Home%20-%20Residential%20Alarm.pdf
I went to a Police department seminar on home security a couple months ago. It was very informative and I was surprised at how vulnerable most homes really are. In fact, most of the 100 or so people there already had their homes broken into (fortunately not me). Some good tips I got: Get good exterior doors with reinforced frames, and a "high-security" deadbolt lock like: http://www.mul-t-lock.com/198.html The majority of breakins are done by simply kicking...
So you're the one selling this on ebay? Try emailing SAB about this; they're usually quick to answer questions. Very nice bag, BTW.
I received my Chester Barrie cashmere overcoat from yoox today. Very nice and a great price! There's still a light brown cashmere overcoat in size 44 for cheap: http://www.yoox.com/item/YOOX/CHESTE...s/searchResult The description says 100% wool but if you zoom into the tag on the left arm it says 100% cashmere. This is the coat I got and I can confirm that it is in fact 100% cashmere.
Quote: Originally Posted by Tomasso The Discovery Channel show How It's Made featured a segment on the making of a Brigg brolly, from scratch. Very interesting. The same episode features sterling flatware as well. I love this show. Very interesting. There's a lot more hand work than I realized. I watched the segment online: http://broadband.discoverychannel.ca/discovery/?id=4119
A Canadian postal money order should be cashable at just about any bank. However, Canadapost has very recently changed the appearance of it (more security features), so maybe your teller wasn't familiar with the new MO? It should still be green though.
If anybody is looking for an attache case, the Papworth shop has a great looking one in London tan at deep discount. http://www.papworthtravelgoods.co.uk...e_3/index.html
It looks like your suit was once owned by a Mr. Luc Patry. You could look him up and give him a call and ask why he no longer has the suit. Maybe he's dead and his estate was liquidated.
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