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Bruce Trail?
"They do have the "made in leather insoles England" stamp on the insole which again is Cheaney. Can anyone confirm Cheaney and possible age as well?" With the stamping on the insole that you note, it's 99.9% likely they are Cheaney.
The other two, black made in Canada, burgundy made in England by Cheaney
I have 2 more at work, including a burgundy slip-on and a black slip-on (so a total of 9, not 10).Just as Dacks sold rebadged Cheaney, so too did Hartt -- see the carmel colored pair second from the bottom.
I think I own 10 pair of Hartts and all of them have lasted extremely well. IIRC, they made the boots worn by the RCMP, which, if you've seen, look pretty well indestructible. Here's a link to a story about the company: http://www.historicplaces.ca/en/rep-reg/place-lieu.aspx?id=2850
Also does anyone recognize this tag? The main tag is long gone, but it's a nice tie Lucio Lamberti
Chester Barrie
From my Samuelsohn wardrobe, 4 lapels have pick stitching and 1 does not. On a suit and a SC, the picking is along the whole of the lapel. On two other suits, the picking is only on the upper/back part of the lapel (what is that called??) while on the lower part of the lapel you can see the stitching on the back side but not the front.
Based on those gloves from a few months ago, these hands look half your size
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