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Originally Posted by GM-H View Post

So they are owned by the real Church's and not the Prada Church's


What's a Prada Church?
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Prada owns Church's

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They are a narrow UK size 9. smile.gif

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Alfred Sargent?

 

 

 

 

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Alfred Sargent?

Yes
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Anyone?

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More for you guys. Is this Cheaney?

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(heel is a keystone)

And this is Alfred Sargent, right?
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Finally, while we're on Peals, I have a pair of suede cap toes that I always had in my head that they were made by Alden. But I realize that's moronically impossible. They have that Alden-looking heel bed, a keystone heel, and fonted writing that looks handwritten (though not in script, like Church's). Would that be C&J? Cheaney? Wish I had pics, but sadly no.
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Cheaney for sure, and then Church's, I think.

 

No idea regarding the Peals without a pic, sorry!

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Has anyone seen Crockett & Jones shoes with a cloth tag like this before? I'm trying to figure out what the model is, and how old they are as well. According to the C&J website, 1980 was when the "logo reverted to the original typeface used in the 1890’s", but it doesn't say from what the logo changed.



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Originally Posted by CTBrummie View Post

Cheaney for sure, and then Church's, I think.

No idea regarding the Peals without a pic, sorry!

I will try to get shots of the Peals in question.

Are you sure about Church's for the second pair? I've never seen that typeface on Church's before.
post #1316 of 2160
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Originally Posted by GMMcL View Post

I will try to get shots of the Peals in question.

Are you sure about Church's for the second pair? I've never seen that typeface on Church's before.

I second Brummie (which I am also, but three generations removed), they look like Church's.
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Who makes these puzzled.gif Thanks in advance!

 

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post #1318 of 2160
Look like EG.
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Would love some help with these.  Britches of Georgetown (I know in the past they carried EG before, though I know these aren't EG).  Originally thought they were Alden, then C&J, now I just don't know.  No discernible "Made in England/US" stamp that I can tell, and they don't appear to have the Alden raised footbed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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After some more searching in this thread, now they seem like they might be Cheaney, with the distinction being that Cheaney has the row of 3 nails in the front, while C&J has that row plus another single nail in the back.  Someone please correct me if I'm wrong, but I'm assuming they're Cheaney now.

 

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Originally Posted by AndroFan View Post

Would love some help with these.  Britches of Georgetown (I know in the past they carried EG before, though I know these aren't EG).  Originally thought they were Alden, then C&J, now I just don't know.  No discernible "Made in England/US" stamp that I can tell, and they don't appear to have the Alden raised footbed.

 

 

 

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