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I don't know - maybe because this is a thread dedicated to firearms, or maybe it's because you wield enough common sense to know that someone with valuable firearms wants to keep them under lock and key.
My first Hobers...
Received these lovely ties today. David was a pleasure to deal with.
and these http://www.styleforum.net/t/291745/edward-green-appreciation-pictures-info-and-where-to-buy/14985#post_7588517
He also has the worst feedback score I've ever seen on eBay, partially related to some of those Lobb sales.
Maybe I'm just pedantic, but if I were buying a new tie I would prefer the person selling it didn't knot it. I know knots look better in pictures to most people, but not to me. When I see a knotted tie the first thing I think is "it's really not new."
New arrival, thing is a beast.
Charvet & Peal & Co. at Marshall's Polo Zegna
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