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Originally Posted by RJman View Post

A bit of a dodgy auction - the listing states that the boots are Edward Green, but the photos are taken from this thread about a Forum member who had some balmoral boots made for him in Vietnam...

So, in other words, whilst they resemble the EG Shannon, they are not. And, of course, they're not chelsea boots, either (which is what the auction states they are).
post #3062 of 13106
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Originally Posted by Journeyman View Post
A bit of a dodgy auction - the listing states that the boots are Edward Green, but the photos are taken from this thread about a Forum member who had some balmoral boots made for him in Vietnam...

So, in other words, whilst they resemble the EG Shannon, they are not. And, of course, they're not chelsea boots, either (which is what the auction states they are).

Whoa that's seriously dodgy - I nearly purchased those (asked to end the auction early)
post #3063 of 13106
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Originally Posted by Journeyman View Post
A bit of a dodgy auction - the listing states that the boots are Edward Green, but the photos are taken from this thread about a Forum member who had some balmoral boots made for him in Vietnam...

So, in other words, whilst they resemble the EG Shannon, they are not. And, of course, they're not chelsea boots, either (which is what the auction states they are).

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Originally Posted by MalfordOfLondon View Post
Whoa that's seriously dodgy - I nearly purchased those (asked to end the auction early)

That's not just dodgy, that's a serious scam.
post #3064 of 13106
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Originally Posted by onix View Post
That's not just dodgy, that's a serious scam.

Yup. Really bad form.
post #3065 of 13106
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Originally Posted by MalfordOfLondon View Post
Whoa that's seriously dodgy - I nearly purchased those (asked to end the auction early)

By the way, I just ordered a few Marinella ties and a Drake's tie from you last night - I'm looking forward to receiving them.
post #3066 of 13106
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Originally Posted by Journeyman View Post
By the way, I just ordered a few Marinella ties and a Drake's tie from you last night - I'm looking forward to receiving them.



Just bear in mind it's Easter so post is not going out until Tuesday!
post #3067 of 13106
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Originally Posted by Journeyman View Post
A bit of a dodgy auction - the listing states that the boots are Edward Green, but the photos are taken from this thread about a Forum member who had some balmoral boots made for him in Vietnam... So, in other words, whilst they resemble the EG Shannon, they are not. And, of course, they're not chelsea boots, either (which is what the auction states they are).
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Originally Posted by MalfordOfLondon View Post
Whoa that's seriously dodgy - I nearly purchased those (asked to end the auction early)
That guy's definitely running a scam. He has sold multiple pair. Look at his history. Lots of his pictures are stolen from eBay seller "theworldsfinest."
post #3068 of 13106
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Originally Posted by Journeyman View Post
A bit of a dodgy auction - the listing states that the boots are Edward Green, but the photos are taken from this thread about a Forum member who had some balmoral boots made for him in Vietnam...

So, in other words, whilst they resemble the EG Shannon, they are not. And, of course, they're not chelsea boots, either (which is what the auction states they are).

She even flagrantly states Feinste Handarbeit aus England vergleichbar mit John Lobb, Berluti , Silvano Lattanzi, Stefanobi, Saint Crispin etc... implying/stating that they are NOT the real McCoy/resemble the real McCoy. She actually lists her email on that page as well which is surprising. Listing them as EG is also prohibited I thought..?
post #3069 of 13106
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Interesting if really expensive -- Loro Piana new vicuna sweaters for internet bigtimers who think JLP bespoke is unbelievably expensive:
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...=STRK:MEWAX:IT





post #3070 of 13106
Hermes Sac a Depeches BIN $1400 BBBF / Thom Browne / C&J Shell cordovan/suede saddles 11D opening bid $226
post #3071 of 13106
NOS C&J for PRL, 8D, BIN$99+shipping

http://cgi.ebay.com/POLO-Ralph-Laure...item19c4fc960f
post #3072 of 13106
John Lobb double monk strap "JL 2010". Dark Brown Museum calf. 7E UK.

Here we go again. Another 'gift' that he's received.
post #3073 of 13106
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Originally Posted by BBC View Post
NOS C&J for PRL, 8D, BIN$99+shipping

http://cgi.ebay.com/POLO-Ralph-Laure...item19c4fc960f

I found those after the auction ended. Also, these. Someone (not me) bought four nice pair of C&J from the same seller for <$100 ea.!



http://cgi.ebay.com/POLO-Ralph-Laure...item19c4fc8b04
post #3074 of 13106
Alden , yes Alden of New England is responsible.



http://cgi.ebay.com/ALDEN-VINTAGE-CA...item5198ef2066

Paging DFW...

Handmade lemonwood pegged sole cowboy boots.




http://cgi.ebay.com/HOT-DAMES-HAND-T...item4aa561ea93
post #3075 of 13106
^ Aldens could use a little more broguing.
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