I'm moving some old shoes that don't fit out the door - really just looking to make my money back on these:
J&M spectator wingtips, made in USA, Aristocraft line, sz. 10.5B/AA - these are a really good example of the type of great product J&M used to put out once upon a time. These shoes have a channeled sole and a bevelled waist that puts today's C&Js and even EGs to shame:
Edward Green for Peal & Co., marked 11 narrow, but they seem to fit my size 10 feet fine:
Edward Green for Paul Stuart brown captoes, sz 10.5 on the defunct 33 last. These never fit me, I picked them up because I thought they'd be a nice refurbishing project but just never got around to it. What's interesting about these shoes is the diamond brogue design on the back quarters, dont really see that very often, as well as the serrated edges to the leather. Normally, on a clean captoe without broguing, I think the leather is cut cleanly. The serrated edges give the shoe a unique look, in my opinion.