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Ever heard of Rudolf Beaufays?

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It's a second-hand shop focused on traditional british clothing with an almost infinite offer of Harris-Tweed-Jackets, Burberry Trenchcoats, even many bespoke tailored suits (I found a suit, which fitted me perfectly - the previous owner must have had the same strange body like me).

Tweed-Jackets sell for EUR 60-70, Duffle/(Burberry-)Trench/Covert Coats EUR 60-120, suits sell for EUR 100 up to EUR 180 (Savile Row).

In addition you can find so much crazy casual stuff or really outstanding articles of clothing like a 70-year-old black coat I found some time ago, almost the same coat, the Duke of Windsor wore to festive causes, and much of the twenties and thirties.

This shop is worth a try. It lies in the Büschstraße 7 between Gänsemarkt and Collonaden.


Sincerely yours

von Degendorff
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It's a second-hand shop focused on traditional british clothing with an almost infinite offer of Harris-Tweed-Jackets, Burberry Trenchcoats, even many bespoke tailored suits (I found a suit, which fitted me perfectly - the previous owner must have had the same strange body like me).

Tweed-Jackets sell for EUR 60-70, Duffle/(Burberry-)Trench/Covert Coats EUR 60-120, suits sell for EUR 100 up to EUR 180 (Savile Row).

In addition you can find so much crazy casual stuff or really outstanding articles of clothing like a 70-year-old black coat I found some time ago, almost the same coat, the Duke of Windsor wore to festive causes, and much of the twenties and thirties.

This shop is worth a try. It lies in the Büschstraße 7 between Gänsemarkt and Collonaden.


Sincerely yours

von Degendorff


For those of us, this side of the pond, and not familiar with the street names, it may help to include the name of the city. Just realized how someone not familiar with NY feels when they read a post that states a particular sale is on "3rd ave, near 33 st" with no mention of the city.
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The 'Gänsemarkt' (Geese market) is in Hamburg (Germany).
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Oh sorry, I really forgot to mention that. Yes, it's Hamburg City, Germany.
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I like this attitude, though.
Other cities? Why should I care?
I wish Zurich was up on that level, but I think this attitude is limited to New York, London, Paris, Moscow.
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