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post #16 of 18
I have two of their briefcases and they have held up quite well. How old are they? The hardware is stamped "West Germany" so that should give you a clue as to their durability.
post #17 of 18
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Originally Posted by sf_esq View Post
Can anyone personally vouch for the quality of Gold Pfeil, in particular their briefcases? My wife has a purse that seems to be very well made, but I don't know much about this brand. Thanks very much.

Yes-I use one for trial-excellent quality, excellent finish-very nice. However, the product I have is very light. I have a topframe bag. It is not belting leather or bridle leather. I am not sure how durable it would be for everyday use and abuse over the long haul.
post #18 of 18
I have a briefcase made of boiled leather I bought ten years ago at the (now closed) Beverly Hills store. It is of extremely high quality, gorgeous, durable, and unique. The boiled-leather Gold Pfeil goods were made famous by Rudolf Caracciola, a German race car driver in the 1930's, which is why I bought it. I would say their goods were the equal of any; don't know anything about the recent decline.
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