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Willing to bet those "Macintosh" speakers were from a white van speaker scam. They play on famous brand names like that. I don't think McIntosh ever produced satellites. A little tease for the Trad-minded among us: 1952
Excellent Brioni burgundy velvet smoking jacket, new with tags, but slight blemish. Size 38S. $300 BIN http://pages.ebay.com/link/?nav=item.view&id=370904532906&globalID=EBAY-US
Interesting Lobb Jodhpur-ish boots purportedly us12. $365 BIN http://pages.ebay.com/link/?nav=item.view&id=231059681136&globalID=EBAY-US
Gents, excellence in this thread as usual. I will try to post some of my finds soon and get back to those people that have been waiting for PMs from me for a long time (sorry!) But I thought I'd share a message I got from one of my customers. I've been under an incredible amount of stress lately and this really made my day: "My father had a jacket from Willis & Geiger, which I believe he bought it in late 1930s, early 1940. It was dark brown. When I told him I was...
It's a nice watch, but unless you have a picture of the captain of the Titanic holding that watch as the ship sinks, it won't be worth more than a few hundred.
All necessary can be found on the auction: http://pages.ebay.com/link/?nav=item.view&id=111152452700&globalID=EBAY-US Take your chance at auction, or buy through the forum for $500 shipped.
Caruso has a very distinctive pick stitching that attaches the lining.Or you could check the content tag. St. Andrew's will be more square and sewn on completely, while Caruso's tag will be more rectangular & glossy and only sewn from the top of the label. Check the labels thread.To OP-I've never been disappointed with RLPL quality in suits/sc. They may be priced higher than competition, or even from the company that made it, but so are Tom Ford Zegna suits--you're paying...
Not my pics, but they seemed fitting.
Stay far, far away. It's a licensed, fused piece of crap from ~20+ years ago when many major labels like Dior & YSL were licensing with reckless abandon. I pass at least 4-5 in thrift stores everyday.
I'm sure many here have significant others that are jealous of all the buying we do for ourselves on the forum, so why not surprise her with something nice? This is a current model selling at Neiman Marcus for $845. In exceptional condition with minimal wear to sole & heel. Marked size 41 / US11. Asking price is firm, or trade for menswear. Ideally, some cordovan boots in ~10.5D, but pretty much anything of a similar value will be entertained.
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