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post #1111 of 2254
This looks like an orphaned suit coat, but it looks good to me?

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http://www.ebay.com/itm/Ralph-Lauren-100-Cashmere-Blazer-Jacket-Brown-40L-Purple-Label-/271142582533?pt=US_CSA_MC_Blazers_Sport_Coats&hash=item3f215b7905
post #1112 of 2254
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Originally Posted by francoamerican View Post

This looks like an orphaned suit coat, but it looks good to me?

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http://www.ebay.com/itm/Ralph-Lauren-100-Cashmere-Blazer-Jacket-Brown-40L-Purple-Label-/271142582533?pt=US_CSA_MC_Blazers_Sport_Coats&hash=item3f215b7905

St. Andrew's
post #1113 of 2254
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St. Andrew's

 

+1

post #1114 of 2254
^ its definitely an orphan, when it says "trouser lining composition" on the jacket. teacha.gif

Hey, Im drawing a blank on these Thom Brownes. Trickers?



post #1115 of 2254
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

^ its definitely an orphan, when it says "trouser lining composition" on the jacket. teacha.gif

Hey, Im drawing a blank on these Thom Brownes. Trickers?




Also, these BBBF are alden?





Sorry for the questions my head is spaced this week.
post #1116 of 2254
TB is Trickers - yes, mate. Have seen them myself in the factory.
post #1117 of 2254
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Also, these BBBF are alden?





Sorry for the questions my head is spaced this week.

Yes, Alden

 

You will typically see this stamp on the insole near the ball of the foot.

 

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The Alden, for Alden will say "Alden" with the stamp, the BB will be sans ""Alden"

post #1118 of 2254
Thanks, gents - I appreciate your answers.
post #1119 of 2254
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Yes, Alden

You will typically see this stamp on the insole near the ball of the foot.

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Is Alden the only one to use this stamp? Because I've seen it a couple of times, with all other indicators worn off or inconclusive, and was thinking Alden but doubting myself.
post #1120 of 2254
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Is Alden the only one to use this stamp? Because I've seen it a couple of times, with all other indicators worn off or inconclusive, and was thinking Alden but doubting myself.

There are many that use a "leather hide" stamp similar to this, but Alden has a specific type face which they use, possible arial font. Also they typically use the same shape of foot bed cushioning under the foot bed lining. Often the foot bed lining are cut in the same shape as well.

post #1121 of 2254
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Originally Posted by capnwes View Post

There are many that use a "leather hide" stamp similar to this, but Alden has a specific type face which they use, possible arial font. Also they typically use the same shape of foot bed cushioning under the foot bed lining. Often the foot bed lining are cut in the same shape as well.
Thanks. But is the heel pad thing in the Brooks Brothers shoes, too?
post #1122 of 2254
I got this tie at Marshalls tonight. 100% silk knit, made in Italy, but no maker tag. I don't even know if it's a good maker, but it's wearable so I picked it up. 2.5" width.






Edited by caseyfud - 1/25/13 at 9:17pm
post #1123 of 2254

Cheaney?

 

 

 

What about these old Johnson Murphy opera pumps?

 

 

post #1124 of 2254
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

^ its definitely an orphan, when it says "trouser lining composition" on the jacket. teacha.gif

Hey, Im drawing a blank on these Thom Brownes. Trickers?




They could be made by Sanders, how old are they?

As far as I know TB shoes made by Tricker's have always the "Made in England" stamp on the sole.
Actual TB shoes are all made by Sanders and incredibly sold at same price of old Tricker's with huge mark-up.

You can see an example of the same heel pattern and sole (without made in england stamp) here:
http://www.ebay.it/itm/English-made-Black-Grain-Shoe-Size-9-Slight-Seconds-/281052667509?pt=UK_Men_s_Shoes&hash=item41700b5e75&_uhb=1#ht_500wt_969
Edited by alexSF - 1/26/13 at 5:00pm
post #1125 of 2254
Anyone knows what Ralph Lauren Line is this from?

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Purple Label?

Thanks
Edited by alexSF - 1/26/13 at 4:22pm
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