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That is a 1968 M-65. The 68 is in the ID line. I am surprised iit is not worth more.
You might want to try Motsenbockers Lift Off 2. It is a gum and adhesive remover. I used it to remove an old dry cleaning tag that was nearly welded to the material. I found a small travel size of the three different types at Ace Hardware. #1 is for food and beverages, #2 for adhesives and #3 for ink and markers. The #3 does remove permanent pen marks. Good luck.
I think it would be "Shakiest Gun in the West" with Don Knotts.
I really like the Maille Dijon mustard with horseradish. Very tasty. I remember the first time I was in the Maille shop in Place Madeline. I bought about ten jars. Then, after carrying them back in my carry-on, I found them at my local Winn-Dixie. If you like a little tang, give the Horseradish dijon a try.
They use premium leather and the shoes have a more graceful appearance.
A Harris. Thanks aportnoy, yes they are Portmans.
John Lobb's in the first photo and shell cordovans in the second photo.
I am a new poster and hope these Lobb's will qualify.
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