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Posts by Ed Vaughan

Good game! Good game!!!
Three of 'em?I got a silk cravat!And a new razor. And a cuddly toy and some shoes - that are going back. (The shoes, not the toy.)
Humbugger off, Ebenezer!
A couple of pics and some odds and sods here: http://www.soul-source.co.uk/soulforum/topic/240448-early-skinheads-soul-rare-soul-68-72/ And, for those who've not seen it: The Richard Allen story - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=32HQ32qd9S4 fascinating. (IMHO.) Have a merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, folks! Ed
It was the patch pockets that appealed to me.Mine - in summer 1970 - was a barathea wool, 2-vent, three (flat) button version (with a later added MUFC gold thread club badge) which is why the version I identified appealed.I'm not sure I even knew hat 'Ivy' was back then.
Oooops!
For the older chaps, Brook Taverner has recently released this patch pocket blazer: http://www.brooktaverner.co.uk/jackets/blazers/oxford-blazer-7057.html Now, at £280 it's steep but, with BT this will definitely come down in price in the Spring. It's 2-button but, looking at the cut, it could easily be made into three - or am I taliking crap?
For the older chaps, Brook Taverner has recently released this patch pocket blazer: http://www.brooktaverner.co.uk/jackets/blazers/oxford-blazer-7057.html Now, at £280 it's steep but, with BT this will definitely come down in price in the Spring. It's 2-button but, looking at the cut, it could easily be made into three - or am I taliking crap?
For the older chaps, Brook Taverner has recently released this patch pocket blazer: http://www.brooktaverner.co.uk/jackets/blazers/oxford-blazer-7057.html Now, at £280 it's steep but, with BT this will definitely come down in price in the Spring. It's 2-button but, looking at the cut, it could easily be made into three - or am I taliking crap?
Pair o' droogs!!!
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