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post #1021 of 2250
Sorry for the double post. Does anyone have a pic of an older Lubiam tag? The pics earlier in the thread have disappeared. Based on an ebay search that showed a newer Lubiam tag, I'm wondering if this is Lubiam.
post #1022 of 2250
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Originally Posted by joycemik View Post

In the shop they have the price of £60 pounds. Would you think is to much?thank you
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They are definitely worth £60. They will easily sell for £250 on eBay.
Edited by rebel222 - 12/4/12 at 9:35am
post #1023 of 2250
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Originally Posted by rebel222 View Post

They are definitely work £60. They will easily sell for £250 on eBay.

£250 sounds quite high for a pair of Loakes...
post #1024 of 2250
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Originally Posted by Ich_Dien View Post

£250 sounds quite high for a pair of Loakes...

They are Jubilees, the most exclusive Loakes around.
post #1025 of 2250

Looks soo familiar.

 

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Would love a little help with this one.  They seem well made, and they look (design wise) almost exactly like a pair of Grenson for Paul Stuart shoes I handled....English made, Dainite soles.  Have included the serial numbers pic as that's all that shows (whatever writing there was in the footbed has completely worn off).  Thanks in advance! 

 

 

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post #1027 of 2250
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Originally Posted by AndroFan View Post

Would love a little help with this one.  They seem well made, and they look (design wise) almost exactly like a pair of Grenson for Paul Stuart shoes I handled....English made, Dainite soles.  Have included the serial numbers pic as that's all that shows (whatever writing there was in the footbed has completely worn off).  Thanks in advance! 

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My mind has gone blank. I believe they are either Loake of Cheaney. It is whoever makes Cole Hann's english shoes.
post #1028 of 2250
^ 100% Cheaney writing, 175 Last
post #1029 of 2250

Excellent.  Thanks guys!!

 

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Originally Posted by rebel222 View Post


My mind has gone blank. I believe they are either Loake of Cheaney. It is whoever makes Cole Hann's english shoes.

 

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^ 100% Cheaney writing, 175 Last
post #1030 of 2250
Snooping through my dad's closet. Curious if anyone here can identify the maker: Neiman Marcus Made in Italy cashmere overcoat.



post #1031 of 2250
Bogioli?

post #1032 of 2250
Dudes.

I have a handful of ties Made in England. Couple of house brands (Barney's, e.g., ) No other markings or distinguishing features. Is it even worth posting pics of the material tag, or is it just a futile effort trying to ID the maker?
post #1033 of 2250
Material tag would help.
post #1034 of 2250
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Originally Posted by GMMcL View Post

Dudes.
I have a handful of ties Made in England. Couple of house brands (Barney's, e.g., ) No other markings or distinguishing features. Is it even worth posting pics of the material tag, or is it just a futile effort trying to ID the maker?

On a similar note, anyone know who makes the ties for Lands' End? They always seem to be of better than average quality, and have a nice feel and weight. 

post #1035 of 2250
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Originally Posted by Ich_Dien View Post

Material tag would help.

OK, thanks. I just didn't want to waste anyone's time if folks said "no there are way too many; it's impossible to tell." I will post pics in the next day or so.
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