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post #16 of 19
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Originally Posted by bry2000
Agreed. Most, by not all, are of the tie patterns are from several years ago. I recognize a few patterns from this past Spring/Summer. By way of reference, at the recent Hermes sale in NYC, the old stock ties were going for $87. That is an OK, but not great price.
Yeah, I went there on the final day and was somewhat miffed that there were no extra reductions. People were still going crazy over the ties at that price. I saw one guy buy at least a dozen! I was happy to come away with a gray tie and a navy and red bathing elephants print tie.

That, of course, was nothing compared to the women and their $200 scarves.
post #17 of 19
I ended up buying 3 -- two of the same pattern that I really liked in different colors. The third I will likely sell to a colleague at my cost. I did not see many patterns that I liked. But each season, I only like one or two patterns anyway. Of those, I prefer the geometrics. I am so sick of the whimsical patterns.
post #18 of 19
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Originally Posted by odoreater
I know this dude down at the gas station that sells those for $5.


$5? Good Lawd that's a lot of money...
post #19 of 19
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Originally Posted by odoreater
I know this dude down at the gas station that sells those for $5.

Luca Brasi?
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