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Originally Posted by tonylumpkin View Post

Looks like the Marlowe. Tough to tell for sure from your pics, but they're quite possibly shell.
Thanks for looking.

Those pics weren't very good at all. I'm posting new pics where it doesn't look like Marlowe or cordovan though... any other possibilities?
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post #1142 of 2279
It's simply one of the many RL intepretations of the C&J penny, based on the 314 last.

Based on Boston model, lined and in calf, but with different cut in the strap and what seems to be a double sole.

It is some years old due to "Polo" brand (newer model are branded Ralph Lauren)
post #1143 of 2279
I know I've seen this isaia logo before but can't recall if its older mainline (as it lacks "Napoli"), one of the lower lines or something completely different. Fabric tags I think I've seen with the gianluca isaia stuff but any help is appreciated. Thanks.

This in a summer weight 3/4 lined full canvas suit if it makes helps.
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This jacket is labeled Zegna but its actual tag is different than the tags in this thread. Is it only zegna cloth or is this an older zegna model and tag?

thanks!!!
post #1145 of 2279
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Originally Posted by francoamerican View Post

This jacket is labeled Zegna but its actual tag is different than the tags in this thread. Is it only zegna cloth or is this an older zegna model and tag?

thanks!!!

Older Zegna.
post #1146 of 2279

This is from an older velvet jacket I picked up with a Giorgio Beverly Hills label.  Thanks!

 

 

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I should really know this by now.....older Brooks Brothers, made in England?? Thanks!

 

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Alfred Sargent
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Picked up a beautiful sportcoat from a charity shop. Cut and cashmerey feel are great, and the lining is unusually nicely done. Bit mysteriously, there’s not a single label or logo anywhere on it, and no sign one has been ripped off or removed. Only this embroidered on a patch at the neck. Anybody recognise it?

 

 

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post #1150 of 2279

Would love some help dating these Gucci bit loafers.  Specifically, I'm wondering if they're from the Tom Ford era, if it's possible to know. Thanks in advance!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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So who do I trust here? Italian content tag with what you could say is a higher quality mix, or the smaller made in Mexico tag? Guessing it's something I'll never know for sure.

 

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Anyone else seen/owned much in the way of Mexican made Polo?

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I didn't see an answer to this one, and I found the same label on a Brooks "Made in Italy" suit with Loro Piana Super 110s fabric.  Anyone have a clue on the maker?

 

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Originally Posted by Typhoid Jones View Post

Hello!

 

Could anyone please identify the maker of an Italian made Brooks Brothers suit I have?  It only has this tag in the pocket, "Made in Italy" printed on the collar loop, and a blue square "Brooks Brothers, Established 1818" label on the left breast pocket.

 

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Thanks beforehand for any help on this!

-M-

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Could someone help me identify who this maker is from via the tags? I'd greatly appreciate it

Cheers




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Who is the maker? Thanks in advance!

Patrick Hellmann Collection suit. The back of the label says: "Made in U.E. Iva PT".


post #1155 of 2279
I'd really appreciate any help identifying these Poulsen Skone/New & Lingwood shoes.







Thanks!
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