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Here is a pair of Albany that I had made up by C&J in Russia Calf.

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post #572 of 8367
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Originally Posted by Poshak Man View Post

These shoes are on Alfred Sargent's last # 87. Take a look on the markings on the inside of the shoe. Right above where the shoe size is written should be the last # '87'. BBs shoes typically have the last # written on the markings on the inside of the shoe. You can identify whether it is an Alfred Sargent or C&J by this last number. This is a better way of distinguishing between BB shoe makers than the nail pattern on the heel i.e. single row for C&J versus double ow of nails for AS.


You are correct, although it has the exact same nail pattern, weird!

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Nice! 

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Originally Posted by Harrydog View Post

Here is a pair of Albany that I had made up by C&J in Russia Calf.
234
234
234


 

post #574 of 8367
Northcote on Dainite Sole:

784
post #575 of 8367
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

Northcote on Dainite Sole:
784

nice i have those same ones, great boot great bang for buck
post #576 of 8367
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Originally Posted by sinnedk View Post

nice i have those same ones, great boot great bang for buck

yes sir. Great boot. How did you size it? I ordered tts and its seems too big in the front. Btw, how do you wear them usually?
post #577 of 8367
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Originally Posted by Harrydog View Post

Here is a pair of Albany that I had made up by C&J in Russia Calf.
234
234
234

Very nice!
post #578 of 8367
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

yes sir. Great boot. How did you size it? I ordered tts and its seems too big in the front. Btw, how do you wear them usually?

You sir, are starting to piss me off! Is there any end to how many great boots you can buy?

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Sorry to hear it's roomy. Is that in width or toe length? Any chance of sizing down? That 348 is a sly last.
post #579 of 8367
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Originally Posted by Gdot View Post

You sir, are starting to piss me off! Is there any end to how many great boots you can buy?
cloud.gif
Sorry to hear it's roomy. Is that in width or toe length? Any chance of sizing down? That 348 is a sly last.

I thought I was a tts in the 348 but maybe I was thinking of the 337. 337 is narrower, no?

I know need to stop buying shoes, but I just couldnt pass these up for the price. This is only my 3rd black pair. And my last for a while
post #580 of 8367
No experience on the 337. Sorry.

I'm shocked that this is only the 3rd pair of black for you. I guess i don't despise you quite so much.

But those Wigmores are lurking around the corner.........................................................................
post #581 of 8367
yep, only my third pair. If I buy another pair, feel free to smack me
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Originally Posted by Gdot View Post

You sir, are starting to piss me off! Is there any end to how many great boots you can buy?
cloud.gif
Sorry to hear it's roomy. Is that in width or toe length? Any chance of sizing down? That 348 is a sly last.

With a dress sock, they are slightly big both length and width. How sad, there was a size 11.5 available too but now its gone. Sigh, 12 is too big
post #583 of 8367
Damnit.

The too long part is a no starter. A little bit of extra width can be dealt with. But length is just going be a trainwreck of creasing.

Best to part with 'em while they're still NIB.

Bites the big one.
Edited by Gdot - 12/6/11 at 8:31pm
post #584 of 8367
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

Northcote on Dainite Sole:
784

Those are gorgeous, and possibly my size too. smile.gif

(I am 12.5 US/11.5UK on the 337 last.)
post #585 of 8367
They are your size. I take a size 12D/11UK in the 341
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