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post #1066 of 2452

Saw these and passed due to some cracks around the toe but I'm still curious what they are... Would have been a fun clean up / resto project.

 

 

 

post #1067 of 2452

^Church's, without a doubt.

post #1068 of 2452
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Originally Posted by CTBrummie View Post

Made in England Alan McAfee balmorals from the Knightsbridge collection. Always had these markings down as C&J but recently seen a very similar boot, differently branded, and listed as Church's.

I'm still thinking C&J but can anyone confirm or otherwise? Cheers!








looks really nice as a boot. the medallion looks like AS, but the heel pattern looks CJ
post #1069 of 2452

^Thanks

 

Anyone with a clue about these suede brogues? Nothing at all visible on the sock liner:

 

post #1070 of 2452
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Originally Posted by CTBrummie View Post

^Church's, without a doubt.


Thanks for the lightning fast reply. Went back to the same shop a few days ago and saw these (an audible wtf came from me upon inspection).

Alden on the inside..

 

Made in Italy on the outside? WTF

post #1071 of 2452
^ Probably not original soles. Looks like a precut sole that can be used for either size 9 or 10.
post #1072 of 2452

I know this isn't technically the correct thread for this, but anyone know what the story is with PRL purple labels like this one? It is on a nice POW french cuff shirt I found this weekend.

 

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post #1073 of 2452
Hello

Are these made by C&J or Alfred Sargent?

Cheers




post #1074 of 2452
Church's
post #1075 of 2452
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Originally Posted by NORE View Post

Church's

+1, that's what I'd say, since both the script and the heel pattern matches the Custom Grade loafers I have, but I'm not good at this.

With advance apologies for the graininess, what are the chances that this "Made in England" label is enough to identify the maker of this Barney's overcoat? I've scoured the jacket and can find no other material or manufacture tags.
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post #1076 of 2452

^That 'Made in England' label is pretty generic on items of a certain age, I'm afraid. Charity shops up and down the United Kingdom will have items for sale carrying that tag on them.

 

The commonality of the tag doesn't make the item necessarily poorly-made, however. Usage of the tag seems to date from a time when RTW in the UK in general was of a higher overall quality than these days and you'll often find that these items have aged very well.

post #1077 of 2452
Old Zegna? Its on a Ferragamo overcoat.

post #1078 of 2452
Does anyone know this maker. They are brooks brothers made in england.




post #1079 of 2452
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Does anyone know this maker. They are brooks brothers made in england. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Church's/Cheaney
post #1080 of 2452

One more Brooks Brothers for you. I really should know this by now but dont peepwall[1].gif

 

EDIT - Church's?? Right.... facepalm.gif (looked 5 posts up and it looks the same but with a full nail heel)

 

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