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post #1396 of 2315
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Originally Posted by caseyfud View Post

these are barbour-branded shoes. made by anyone notable?

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Most Barbour-branded shoes are a crock of shite these days, but they had a few models from back in the day that had those markings. Specifically, I handled a couple of pairs of veldtschoen country boots which have only ever been made by a handful of Northampton makers. I contacted Barbour, who were fairly coy but confirmed the Northants origin.

 

For the boots, I was pretty certain that they were Tricker's although not using the standard handwritten markings. That was based on the pattern of the boot design as it was essentially using the 'super boot' pattern normally made on the 4497S last.

 

Whoever the shoes are actually made by, the markings are the same as those boots.

post #1397 of 2315
I have no ideas. Older Belvest? It's for LV Uniformes
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Found these for $3.99 at a flea market, asked the guy to hold them until i could check the maker. Are these John Lobb? Have some condition issues, can a cobbles re sew the broging back to the vamp?

post #1399 of 2315
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Originally Posted by aglose View Post

 

Found these for $3.99 at a flea market, asked the guy to hold them until i could check the maker. Are these John Lobb? Have some condition issues, can a cobbles re sew the broging back to the vamp?


I'm just curious why you think this is Lobb.

post #1400 of 2315

I thought perhaps looked similar to the first page post that says lobb but is extremely dark. These could be some no brand POS for all I know, i just thought they looked similar. I have yet to pay anything for them so i don't really care what comes of it. These are the only identifying marks though I'm afraid. 

post #1401 of 2315

Maybe it's just me, but I don't think I've ever seen JL do an exposed channel...

post #1402 of 2315
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Originally Posted by SomethingsFishy View Post

Maybe it's just me, but I don't think I've ever seen JL do an exposed channel...
Then any idea who? Or just a waste of my time?
post #1403 of 2315
If your only indicator that these might be JL, is that they look like the heels of Lobbs on page 1...I'd pass for sure. Fact is they don't even remotely resemble any of those Lobb heels.

Agree with Fishy, never seen Lobbs stitched aloft.
post #1404 of 2315
Are these an identifiable maker, or just some nameless English maker?

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Came from these by TBNY:
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EDIT: And here are the heels. No nail pattern, which is why I was asking about the writing. photo IMG_3884_zpsd0197460.jpg
Edited by GMMcL - 7/20/13 at 10:37am
post #1405 of 2315
Anyone with more expertise familiar with this label by Kiton? The fabric tag for the trousers seems more like Isaia to me, so I have concerns.

post #1406 of 2315
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Originally Posted by GMMcL View Post

Are these an identifiable maker, or just some nameless English maker?

photo IMG_3886_zps10c38792.jpg
Came from these by TBNY:
photo IMG_3880_zpsfa48e463.jpg

EDIT: And here are the heels. No nail pattern, which is why I was asking about the writing. photo IMG_3884_zpsd0197460.jpg

Alfred Sargent or C&J. I can't keep those two straight.
post #1407 of 2315

Who's the maker of this Alan McAfee shoes?  Did they make shoes with rubber soles or these were resoled?

 

Thanks

 

post #1408 of 2315
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Originally Posted by CTBrummie View Post

Alfred Sargent?
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Originally Posted by onix View Post

Older Alfred Sargent on the 99 Last.
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Originally Posted by GMMcL View Post

Are these an identifiable maker, or just some nameless English maker?
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Originally Posted by hooker4186 View Post

Alfred Sargent or C&J. I can't keep those two straight.

Looks like Alfred Sargent. Anyone disagree?

(I won't lie, I'm surprised that TBNY would have been made by AS.)
post #1409 of 2315

Anyone familiar with this label? it's for LBCS.

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I searched the GRILUX S.p.A and it seems to be the holding company for LB, not the maker.


Edited by MZhammer - 7/21/13 at 9:11pm
post #1410 of 2315
This is a tough one:



Lizard Cap Toe Balmoral, Made in Italy for BB. Steve Smith is selling these shoes but I can't determine the maker. Any ideas?

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