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Originally Posted by Vandalen View Post

1900's Turn of The Century Brown Bear Fur Coat. If that Luther Vandross coat was a bit too much for you then why not wear the remains of Chewbacca?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/1900s-Turn-of-the-Century-Brown-Bear-Fur-Coat-shawl-collar-sz40-ANTIQUE-/290840009016?pt=Vintage_Men_s_Clothing&hash=item43b76a5938
I
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post #10427 of 13725
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

I
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THIS

That intervention is ever closer....
post #10428 of 13725
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Originally Posted by meister View Post

That intervention is ever closer....

No, seriously. If that was cheaper Id have it on already.
post #10429 of 13725
i saw a dog outside a starbucks today that looked like that coat
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eBay seller goldlabelny has cucinelli boots for 399 usd
post #10432 of 13725
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Originally Posted by aj_del View Post

eBay seller goldlabelny has cucinelli boots for 399 usd

Also a nice BC navy cashmere vest £170 BIN.
post #10433 of 13725
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Originally Posted by SimonC View Post

Thie eBay seller has just listed a bunch of old Harrisons worsted flannels in a range of patterns / colours and weights:

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Harrisons-2080-World-Famous-Flannel-Fabric-Dark-Grey-Chalkstripe-3-5m-81F-/110999554919

im interesting in fabric, but pity just a newbie.

 

i know "harrisons of edinburgh" is a famous mill

but this ebay item's brand is "Arthur Harrison"

so whats the relationship of them?

if no relationship, how the quality of Arthur Harrison?

post #10434 of 13725
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Originally Posted by coloRLOw View Post

im interesting in fabric, but pity just a newbie.

i know "harrisons of edinburgh" is a famous mill
but this ebay item's brand is "Arthur Harrison"

so whats the relationship of them?

if no relationship, how the quality of 
Arthur Harrison?

My bolts will arrive early next week and I'll report back at that time.

Sator posted the following on the Cutter & Tailor forum:
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Originally Posted by Sator 

Richard has kindly sent me all of his sample books for the store. So far our impression of the cloth on offer is very good and at these prices, it is unbelievably good value for money. The finishing is beautiful. Even their super 160s have made up extremely well and have proven popular with the clients coming through the store. Because of the good price, it makes it more feasible to stock the store with cloth.
post #10435 of 13725
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Originally Posted by MalfordOfLondon View Post

Tom Ford Weekend Bag

That bag is beautiful
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post #10438 of 13725
Actually, not a good deal (so I've edited this post):

New fake Alden Indy boots 9 for $140, BIN

No relationship to seller.

I love my Alden Indy boots, but these are not them.
Edited by arced - 1/13/13 at 5:57pm
post #10439 of 13725
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Originally Posted by arced View Post

This seems like a great deal (please post if I'm mistaken). I'm a bit confused why they haven't sold (and that two people have made offers instead of buying it):

New Alden Indy boots 9 for $140, BIN

No relationship to seller. I'd buy them if I didn't already own a pair.

These are not Alden's....they will not carry the same $$ amount Alden will fetch.

post #10440 of 13725

Yeah, "made by Coyle's"

 

I'm surprised Alden hasn't sued them out of existence for such an obvious ripoff

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