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http://www.styleforum.net/t/363690/help-identifying-a-pair-of-vintage-churchs-two-eye-plain-toe-derbys#post_6625641 These are around 70s. If you buy from the same person, other shoes would be 70s. Your Alan McAfee was made by Church's. The sizes range 6 to 8 are ideal for the Japanese market and they will be sold around $300 to $700. (Canadian shoemakers are less popular.) For example, sold for 68,250 yen. http://unionworks.blog118.fc2.com/blog-entry-1176.html
@FosterandSon, @bengal-stripe, thank you so much! http://yabushun.exblog.jp/22562037/ 1939 Brooks Brothers' caltalog in the upper right of page 11 : Tan Polo Calf Oxfords, full brogued, Jeddite soles and Rubber heels. Made by Peal & Co., London.
Would you happen to know JEDDITE? (A company's name or a trademark? The number 25109 is not listed in http://www.ipo.gov.uk/types/tm/t-os/t-find/tmcase.htm ) http://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-PEAL-amp-CO-50-039-s-era-Mint-Unworn-BENCH-MADE-in-England-DRESS-SHOES-sz-11-/301247501105
Looks like Estonian tannery TripleSkin begins to sell a replica next October, not just embossed finish.Very small calfskin (5.4 sq.ft.) if a whole skin.Same announcement by Estonian bespoke shoemaker Kriuks.https://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=et&tl=en&u=http://www.kriuks.com/et/kriuks-news/mis-yufte-ja-mis-ta-meist-motleb-4137/Does anyone happen to have read a detailed identification of the Metta Catharina leather as reindeer hide by British Leather...
Oh, I'm sorry, they may be hand-sewn welted + norvegese.The cobbler explains two rows of inseams with the following picture.
@DWFII Here is a second inseam.
Here are interesting shoes by Stefano Bemer (Goodyear welted + Norvegese). http://unionworks.blog118.fc2.com/blog-entry-1668.html
The new Nettleton closely resembles Embassy, Ambiorix's trademark. http://www.ebay.fr/itm/Chaussures-CUIR-T41-Mocassin-AMBIORIX-Embassy-8-E-REAL-PARFAIT-ETAT-comme-NEUVES-/301199572315 http://www.crispattire.com/nettleton-shoes/
Thanks for your reply. Here is Belgravia (reverse suede) by a shoe retailer KOKON. http://kokontrip.exblog.jp/21831438/ From top to bottom : Nero, Graphite (gray), French Blu, New Grape (wine), Terra (rusty red), Pernice (olive), Tobacco Terra http://kokontrip.exblog.jp/22073644/ French Blu http://kokontrip.exblog.jp/22104338/ Nero http://kokontrip.exblog.jp/22116314/ Tobacco http://kokontrip.exblog.jp/22128646/ New...
That’s great news. What do you mean, "two-way suede" or "two-way effect"? http://www.english.ilceaconceria.it/Camosci.htm http://www.english.ilceaconceria.it/Vendome.htm Do you have any specific reason for discontinuing horsehide?
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