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I haven't heard outcasts manufactured all kinds of footwear. They manufactured leather soled sandals "Setta" and leather goods. Up until 1871, Dan Naoki (1823-1889, the 13th Dan zaemon), the head of outcasts in the Tokyo area, had some monopolies. One of them was the right to acquire dead cattle and horses for free and to use their hide and leather. 4 pairs of Setta were equivalent to an annual living cost for an adult individual. Outcasts were excluded from the society...
They are US 7 1/2 C. I think BB uses 0 instead of a dash (–).
I've been googling on the original of slip-ons, so-called Norwegian peasant shoes, and found out what looks like it, but Google Translate from Norwegian into English doesn't work at all! I'd like to know who wrote www.aurdalen.com and a relationship between Nils Tveranger (a founder of Aurlandskoen) and Gustav Nesbø. Could someone who can read Norwegian tell me whether they are mentioned?This picture is "Aurlandssko, Date: 1945 to 1960", a collection of National Library of...
I've just noticed Last magazine's website. http://www.lastmagazine.jp/en/
The Japanese doesn't have a custom to eat veal. Wagyu is steers or heifers and Matsusaka beef is only heifers.Japanese tanneries import rawhide for calfskin or kipskin from Europe, AFAIK. I suspect they import the remainder of European tanneries.
The older wrapping paper without Prince Charles' warrant (before 70s?) says:"Chas. Moykopf Ltd., F. G. Buhl Ltd., Craig & Davies, and Joseph Box.Nikolaus Tuczek, Codner, Coombs & Dobbie, Smith & Hook, Knowles."http://forthediscerningfew.com/2011/11/21/john-lobb-bootmaker-part-i/Henry Maxwell absorbed Faulkner & Son and Thomas.John Lobb PriceLIFE 1944 9 guineas ($38.17)LIFE 1945 9 guineas ($38)LIFE 1946 £11 15s ($47)LIFE 1947 £11 11s ($46.6)
Me, too.Shell wasn't an expensive material, was it?http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=w2ZSAAAAIBAJ&sjid=4XwDAAAAIBAJ&pg=1970,1819820I didn't notice at all! Alden has horn.I suppose that French Shriner is around 1960s―1970s.
These don't seem like military-issued shoes because of the absence of a contract number, but I was very surprised and this may be the first and last time to find military-style shoes made of shell. Does anyone know whether these are USMC-style civilian goods?
I cited Vegano as an example of burnishing leather and didn't intend to write the boots were made of Vegano. Don't you call this shading burnishing?Here is a factory tour at Annonay just for reference.Neither do I.
It is called burnishing/crust leather and almost always finished/polished by shoemakers.
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