I may be wrong, but I can't imagine that it's worth much. I have, however, dealt with this sort of thing before. Most tragically, I once found a pristine and beautiful A&S beaded blue pinstripe suit jacket tucked away in a thrift store a few years ago. The jacket had a two-peice tag on it (for all of $8, I think) but the pants were nowhere to be found. I scoured the store all for naught. I decided to buy the jacket anyway and when I went up to the counter the hipster said, "Oh, yeah, a guy came in this morning and only wanted the pants." Since then I've pondered from time to time what sort of idiot would have only wanted the pants when they were attached to such a beautiful jacket and for such a pittance. I haven't yet come up with any answers, but I'll keep trying. Celebrity clothing is a weird thing. A long time ago I passed up some western suits made for Gene Autry in the 1950s, don't ask me why--a lapse in judgment, perhaps, but at least they weren't in the same regret-producing league as, say, Nudie suits made for Gram Parsons. I also once saw a large lot of suits made for Grant Tinker by Carrol & Co; don't know what they were doing up in the SF Goodwill. I've also picked through some very nice suits from Dick Blum (Sen. Feinstein's husband and an apparently loyal customer of Davies & Son, IIRC) but he is a very large man. My only real celebrity clothing regret is passing up one of Herb Caen's suits back in the early 1990s, a beautiful A&S glen plaid number that fit me perfectly. The store was asking something like $75, which at the time was off the charts. I used to see Herb Caen in the grocery store (Cala Foods on California) and he was always impeccably dressed--the first time I saw him the suit actually registered before the man, not in a flashy loud way but in the quiet striking way fine clothing can be capable of. I've owned a number of things from Willie Brown, all rtw, however, so the provenance is really only a curiousity. Those are the things I've passed up. Somehow it seems improper to name names for things I've added to my wardrobe (nobody famous, really, mostly just prominent San Franciscans).