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Suits: NWT RL Italy 42R, NWT Samuelsohn 42R X2, NWT Louis Roth 44R

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More unworn stuff from the ole closet. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Suit #1. The RL suit was tagged $1795. I was asking $350 Price reduced to $295. shipped in US. It is a tea houndstooth. [IMG]jhttp://i274.photobucket.com/albums/jj275/oscarthewild/2010-04-20-sf-suits/sfsuits004.jpg[/IMG] +++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Suit #2. Next is a Samuelsohn. I believe they make the Phineas Cole line for Paul Stuart. I was asking $350 for this one too. Price reduced to $295 This colour is pretty decent rep. ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Suit # 3 Another Sammy. This time Super 130s. Was asking $390 Price reduced to $290 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Suit # 4 Louis Roth. The famous three holed buttons. Was $190 shipped. Price reduced to $135heck someone who is the right size should just buy this for the historical value. CEGO pointed out that Louis Roth had those three holed buttons. Thanks C. More about them here http://www.styleforum.net/showthread...oth#post113000
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I will give a little more back story. Martin worked at the famous 3G's clothing factory which had been located on 14th st. in NYC. He was not one of the G's. It wasowned by the Goldman Brothers. They made an excellent and very sharp garmant. Styled for a well dressed jewish and Italian customer base. Louis Roth made the same kind of garment on the west coast. Sold only in the best stores. When they closed, Martin opened up in Brooklyn. I remember shipping fabric orders there when I worked at Roger Laviale in 1981. I remember the conversations my boss had with MArtin. Business was tough and he was always asking for a larger line of credit. The factors did not want to approve the orders. The orders were shipped with out factor approval because my boss had faith in Martin Greenfield and trusted that the bills would be paid. When I first started my clothing business, I used to make suits as well. I had Greenfield make a few suits. It was an excellent garment, but since I did not have a car, I hated schlepping out on the L train to a rather seedy neighborhood to pick up the suits. Thanks to Neiman's, Donna Karen, Brooks, and the old custom shop the factory survived and is still turning out an excellent garment. Carl www.cego.com
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What color is #1 - the Polo = olive or brown or tan?
and it's 100% silk?
slim or full fitting?
Thanks
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What color is #1 - the Polo = olive or brown or tan?
and it's 100% silk?
slim or full fitting?
Thanks

I hope this is not considered bumping as many may probably ask the same.
It is 100% silk but not shiny at all. If I did not see the label, it would be difficult for me to say that it was silk.
It is slimmish fitting. Maybe someone else can shed light on the POLO IV cut?

I would describe the colour as tan.

Thank you for looking

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post #4 of 7
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Prices reduced.
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Measurements?
post #6 of 7
I would love measurements on suit #3.
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I'd be interested in measurements on #1. (Shoulder, chest, sleeve, waist, inseam)
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