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post #61 of 153
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Originally Posted by AlanC
Great coat, VG. Do you ever get a chance to wear it?

Unfortunately, Alan, it's a bit too large for me. I've thought about getting it tailored, but the dearth of cold days in Galveston hardly makes it worth it.
post #62 of 153
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Originally Posted by Bic Pentameter
Never mind getting a chance to wear the coat, do you ever wear the western shirt and neckscarf? Thank you for sharing.

Bic

The shirt I've worn, most recently to the Continental Club in Houston. I haven't worn the scarf, but both of my children have on Go Texan Day.
post #63 of 153
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Since it hit 80 degrees today here in Galveston, a little vintage resort wear--an early 50s shirt and a pair of 50s Hollywood waist trousers.



post #64 of 153
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Originally Posted by Vintage Gent


Hey Vintage-

I am loving that shirt..


-Danny Wilson
post #65 of 153
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Originally Posted by Vintage Gent
Since it hit 80 degrees today here in Galveston, a little vintage resort wear--an early 50s shirt and a pair of 50s Hollywood waist trousers.
Car thermometer said 86 here. That's just not right in north Texas in NOVEMBER.
post #66 of 153
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Vintage tailcoat, dated January 1, 1940, made for Mr. G.F. Lull. Inside label reads: Kronenberg's, Carlisle, Pa.

post #67 of 153
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Oyster jar and milk bottle, both local.

post #68 of 153
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Originally Posted by Vintage Gent
Oyster jar and milk bottle, both local.



Hey Vintage-

you like to collect jars also?


-Danny Wilson
post #69 of 153
great 3 piece suit and overcoat. I'm in a tweed sort of mood...
post #70 of 153
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Originally Posted by wilson brother
Hey Vintage-

you like to collect jars also?


Not as a complete enterprise, but I happened upon these at local estate sales and couldn't pass them up.
post #71 of 153
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Originally Posted by chobochobo
I'm in a tweed sort of mood...

Then let there be more tweed.

50s blue/grey tweed suit:



50s blue windowpane tweed odd jacket:

post #72 of 153
Keep posting VG, this is all interesting!
Thanks for the effort.
post #73 of 153
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Originally Posted by designprofessor
Keep posting VG, this is all interesting!

Thanks. A couple more items--Ike/Ricky jackets from the 50s. The first is a Pendleton:



The second is a black wool with the Made in California label:



post #74 of 153
Hey Vintage-

Did you get that Pendleton from a Wilson ? I am just loving it..

I hope you dont mind a question- if I come to the US with 200$..do you think I can get a whole wardrobe with that amount in a short time?


-Danny Wilson
post #75 of 153
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Originally Posted by wilson brother
if I come to the US with 200$..do you think I can get a whole wardrobe with that amount in a short time?


-Danny Wilson
You're best bet would be to go to a Salvation Army or other thrift store
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