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This pair of dark brown museum Seymour is one of my more mottled brown museum shoes and one of my favorites...


Be gentle. Lube them.
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The third of the "Shoe Bank" $99 bargains: AE Hampton.  Light, semi-casual...not bad.

 

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Cross post from the black cap toe thread, Crockett & Jones post here



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Photo bomb from the Vass thread - my new Old English II stitchcaps in golden Ilcea Museum Calf, on the F last:

 

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Great shoes Roger! The color and the design is really beautiful! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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an update on how they turn through time!!(sorry for the photos iphone quality)

 

 

 

hope you enjoy them!!:happy:

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wow, they are different. what does the broguing say?
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Late 1930's- early 1940's Edwin Clapp



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wow, they are different. what does the broguing say?

 

it is a Mojito recipe! i cant be sure 100% cause  some of them are French ,some English and some Italian!!

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an update on how they turn through time!!(sorry for the photos iphone quality)







hope you enjoy them!!happy.gif

Ah, I've seen those on their Tumblr, and always admired them. Looks so great!
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Dark brown museum Matta II - nice mottling in person especially with no distractions...

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Nice collection of Museum inlove.gif Dark brown museum looks good when dry too - a rustic rebellious vibe

Is Vass Ilcea and Museum the same leather... Vass looks nice too
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Late 1930's- early 1940's Edwin Clapp

 
Love that spade welt
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Late 1930's- early 1940's Edwin Clapp

 

these spades(some kind ) looks really cool

 

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Ah, I've seen those on their Tumblr, and always admired them. Looks so great!

thank you very mutch!!:happy:

yes one of their shoemakers is a friend of mine so my girlfriend took an advantage on that and made them as a gift for me(on the lasts  i sent him after a modification(if i rember correctly for the toe shape))!! i dont know why but they stopped that design stayted it was for limmited time only for the 2years back spring line!! they did a 2013 variation of the disgn changing the caligraphic letters with some gliphs and heavy burnishing on the toe(changed the sole design too) but i dont like it at all!!

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First day out for these loafers

 

 

Crockett and Jones BB

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Thanks gents. benhour, the pair you posted is quite lovely as well.
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