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Now edited to include photos! Just a note on shipping - I'm happy to charge £10 shipping worldwide, and I'll pick up the rest of the cost.
This is lovely, but surplus to requirements so it probably needs to go; 38R (tagged 48R) 'dark mushroom' coloured single breasted Burberry trench - raglan sleeve, and no belt or epaulettes (i.e. very clean silhouette). Brand new, still has the hang-tag string attached, small red dot on the inside label to designate clearance stock. Made in England - they've now moved production overseas, so this is the last of the line. It's also 100% cotton, unlike the cheaper models...
This seller has lots of T&A pocket squares; Pocket Squares
I don't think it's a fake, rather I'd just suggest they're made in 河西区, 天津 and the seller works at, or has connections with, the factory. Whether PS would have something to say about the issue is another matter, but there are a lot of branded carbon bicycle frames being sold at factory-door pricing and shipped from Taiwan...
I'd agree with what has been posted - Tusting stuff used to be really nice, and reasonably priced. Then about 5 years ago they changed their leather and it's just not as good. If SAB is 10/10, Tusting is more like 7/10. That said, I don't think they're anywhere near price comparable - isn't SAB 2-3x the cost?
Quote: Budd Macclesfield tie: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...=STRK:MEWAX:IT I got this, thank you (though I had it in my watch list before you posted it)
Quote: Papworth attache case: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...=STRK:MEWAX:IT Got it - thank you.
Assuming they're all running and cosmetically sound, but in need of a service / clean; Longines $150-200 (probably a nice calibre, but common) Chopard $4-600 (good brand, nice looking watch) Revue Thommen $3-500 (this one is probably modern, c90s, good watch though. More if gold not base metal) IWC $8-1200 (highly dependent on condition, looks like it might be a Cal. 83) Gruen $1-200 Hamilton $1-300 (pretty unusual, which can be good or bad) Waltham...
Quote: I like the W. Bill and the Charvet! IRL the Etro isn't as bright as it appears - more of a muted brick red with grey pattern.
A nice little haul of ties yesterday - a W Bill tweed, a Charvet and a nice Etro Milano. £7/ $11 for the three
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