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Originally Posted by HORNS View Post

Never have liked wholecuts, even though I appreciate the skill that goes into them and should appreciate the simple elegance enough to warrant ownership. confused.gif

Ditto
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Gaziani & Girling Deco Holden in Deco Black!
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Originally Posted by rikod View Post

I like whole cuts, I own 4 of them, from left: G&G Grant MH71 last, Vass U last, C&J 337 last and Ferragamo.
Have not decided my favorite yet, the only one I've had for a long time is the C&J and is super comfortable, so that one have the edge right now. All of them except the G&G are more or less the same price.
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This one from EG (montford?) is great, sadly is not mine. I remember when I saved this one that the owner did the polish/antiquing himself but don't remember the member who did it.
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Speaking of wholecuts... here are my Alfred Sargent Connaught
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claes, be careful with your Decos. You'll pop someone's eye out with those toes.
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Originally Posted by VRaivio View Post

claes, be careful with your Decos. You'll pop someone's eye out with those toes.

yup, managed to pop out a few on the way home, thanks for the advice though
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ravello wt boot
argyles otc
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Took some shots at the Lobbs while I was in London preparing something for uni


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Originally Posted by Cravate_Noire View Post

Took some shots at the Lobbs while I was in London preparing something for uni
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really like that Victorian-style spec boot.
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French Toe done the right way.

1940's NOS

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Originally Posted by isshinryu101 View Post

really like that Victorian-style spec boot.

+1 those are awesome!
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Took some shots at the Lobbs while I was in London preparing something for uni
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thanks for sharing.
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Gaziani & Girling Deco Holden in Deco Black!

Simply WOW, This is now officially my favourite RTW last
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Originally Posted by isshinryu101 View Post

French Toe done the right way.
1940's NOS
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I really like how the toe box tapers gradually, looks very elegant
post #12449 of 18688
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Originally Posted by rikod View Post

I like whole cuts, I own 4 of them, from left: G&G Grant MH71 last, Vass U last, C&J 337 last and Ferragamo.
Have not decided my favorite yet, the only one I've had for a long time is the C&J and is super comfortable, so that one have the edge right now. All of them except the G&G are more or less the same price.
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This one from EG (montford?) is great, sadly is not mine. I remember when I saved this one that the owner did the polish/antiquing himself but don't remember the member who did it.
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the U last is the trimmest nicest looking one, but alltogether well done
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Originally Posted by Xenon View Post

I really like how the toe box tapers gradually, looks very elegant

+1, looks very nice, is this a new 70 year old shoe?,

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Originally Posted by Xenon View Post

the U last is the trimmest nicest looking one, but alltogether well done

Thanks!
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