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One of these days it'll be Snow Beach. 'Til then:   [[SPOILER]]  And I agree with everything that Fueco's said.
This is a new and unworn Samuelsohn jacket made for and sold by Harry Rosen of Toronto. I'm offering it for under a hundred bucks--including shipping from Canada. The jacket is completely new, has unfinished sleeves, and comes with the thread and buttons which your tailor can use to finish the piece. Keep in mind that the button-holes seem to have been prepped for surgeon's cuffs. So if the sleeve-length is too long for you, you might want to pass.   The piece has no...
I got very lucky yesterday. Really in an embarrassing way now that I look at the volume: it looks like Harry Rosen donated all of their NWOT 2012/2013 suits, tuxes, and unclaimed custom (Samuelsohn) sportcoats to a Goodwill outside of Toronto. I was on vacation yesterday, but I had to do something for a client. I should've gone to a hooker because the day was that awful, but I pathetically went to GW instead. Because it was a town where no one wears suits, everything was...
'50s       '60s       '70s     Recent  
Cooler recent things: '70s Crombie topcoat:   [[SPOILER]] '60s military tanker-style jacket.   [[SPOILER]] Unworn Whalers Corduroy Hat (Holding off on wearing this to see if it sells) Tundra Cosby vest And non-clothing, but finally a cool place to store my 78s and vinyl. 1950s Tomlinson Sophisticate pecan library cabinet.
Off sick today, so some curated finds of the last month. Most have sold already:   Snow Goose Puffer:  Lambskin Shearling  NOS Dack's  Golden Crown Moto.  Navy G1  NOS 1970s Hartt for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police  New Testoni Black-Label Ostrich  [[SPOILER]]  1959 Bespoke Greatcoat  1950s McHale Contrast-Welt Derbies 
 It's the California thing. This thread has all the patience in the world for guys posting stuff that, while not amazing, might still pay for a new furnace come January. They stay humble, and hope for the day they'll find shell Aldens in their size with 1/2 the heel-life left. But the West Coast "Three-recent-Kiton-true-sportcoats-this-afternoon" tack has never gone down well.
Guy in Ferrari drops off clothes; guy in Ferrari picks up clothes.
This is a true sportcoat, not the jacket from a suit. It has a 3-button closure that could be pressed to a 3-roll-2.5. Right now it's more of a hard-3. It's a lightweight piece with side vents, 4 buttons on the sleeves, a bemberg lining, and softer shoulders (though there is padding). The sportcoat is of course fully canvassed. It is tagged a European 54, and measures like an US 44. Lying flat, it's approximately 22.5" in the chest, 19.5" in the shoulders, 25" from the...
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