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Originally Posted by gyasih View Post

^^ She don't need anymore shoes! I did look though, Bro.

She may break a heel! smile.gif Kidding aside, you have had great pickups recently.
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Scored these PS Cages from a bad ad on eBay for small money. Size 9.5UK

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ravello nst
argyles otc
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Originally Posted by mcarthur View Post

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ravello nst
argyles otc

It has been subliminally implanted into my subconscious that I NEED a pair of Alden shell Norwegians... I'm liking that ropey split toe more & more.
post #9605 of 19128
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Originally Posted by isshinryu101 View Post

It has been subliminally implanted into my subconscious that I NEED a pair of Alden shell Norwegians... I'm liking that ropey split toe more & more.

Beautiful aren't they?
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hand dyed/finished English kip
real argyles otc




antique 18th century German silver buckles

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This London-Paris trip's damage:

Avenue l'Opera Paris:

1. Carmina - Dark Brown Simpson Last - 360 Euros
2. Carmina - Cognac Shell Cordovan (very nice color!) Simpson Last- 550 Euros

Jermyn Street (sale!):

3. C&J (handgrade) Dark Brown Helier 358 Last - 310 Pounds
4. C&J (handgrade) Suede Lonsdale (forgot the Last number) - 310 Pounds

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Originally Posted by jobro View Post

What are the loafers second from the top (calf/suede)?

The loafers are from John Lobb! smile.gif
post #9610 of 19128
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Originally Posted by DWFII View Post

hand dyed/finished English kip
real argyles otc
antique 18th century German silver buckles
click to enlarge
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Fabulous! May I ask where one has occasion to wear such things?

Interesting that you feature the buckles. As yo know, (but for the benefit of the forum) shoe buckles were once prized possessions. I have a copy of one of my ancestor's last will and testament in which he willed his silver shoe buckles to one of his sons, such was their value.
post #9611 of 19128
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Originally Posted by isshinryu101 View Post

It has been subliminally implanted into my subconscious that I NEED a pair of Alden shell Norwegians... I'm liking that ropey split toe more & more.

i would concur with your decision
post #9612 of 19128
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Originally Posted by Gdot View Post

Beautiful aren't they?

nephew,
thank you
post #9613 of 19128
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Originally Posted by aon View Post

This London-Paris trip's damage:
Avenue l'Opera Paris:
1. Carmina - Dark Brown Simpson Last - 360 Euros
2. Carmina - Cognac Shell Cordovan (very nice color!) Simpson Last- 550 Euros
Jermyn Street (sale!):
3. C&J (handgrade) Dark Brown Helier 358 Last - 310 Pounds
4. C&J (handgrade) Suede Lonsdale (forgot the Last number) - 310 Pounds
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enjoy wearing!
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Originally Posted by aon View Post

This London-Paris trip's damage:
Avenue l'Opera Paris:
1. Carmina - Dark Brown Simpson Last - 360 Euros
2. Carmina - Cognac Shell Cordovan (very nice color!) Simpson Last- 550 Euros
Jermyn Street (sale!):
3. C&J (handgrade) Dark Brown Helier 358 Last - 310 Pounds
4. C&J (handgrade) Suede Lonsdale (forgot the Last number) - 310 Pounds
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WTF is up with those 99 cent shoe trees, friend???? Spring for at least $20 & consider it a wise investment!!!
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Originally Posted by DWFII View Post

hand dyed/finished English kip
real argyles otc
antique 18th century German silver buckles
click to enlarge
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HA!!! I'd get SLAUGHTERED if I posted those!!! Fabulous contribution, sir.
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