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My pleasure!
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Not to be a dick, but does anyone actually search the thread anymore? The St Andrews label is literally in the very first post.

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Not to be a dick, but does anyone actually search the thread anymore? The St Andrews label is literally in the very first post.

Happens to the best of us. I remember even Spoo needed helping id'ing a Pal Zileri tag a few months back.
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Happens to the best of us. I remember even Spoo needed helping id'ing a Pal Zileri tag a few months back.

Well, yeah. Of course, I have had plenty of inquiries in here as well, and the thread is getting a bit long for thorough checking (not to mention some of the disappearing photos). Just saying, at least check the first page....a lot of the labels are on that first post.

 

Sorry, I have had a bad start of the week. Not trying to take it out on anyone....just a little edgy.

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Little help identifying this made in US BB Penny:

Thanks!

 

 

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I'd say Alden, except for those aren't a combo last - same script though. Does Alden have non-combination last models?

 

 

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All of Alden's are made on combination lasts.

 

 

 
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Interesting. I don't want to question Wes because he knows more than I will ever, and the script does look almost the same, but its hard to argue with Alden.

 

Edit: Just took a look at some Alden for BB and you are right. But I still wonder if they are on combination lasts or not. I'd have to assume so since Alden clearly states that all shoes are made on combination lasts.

 

 

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It's Alden boys, stop overthinking. They don't usually put combo sizes in BB.

 

 

Thanks for the Alden confirmation, guys!

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Well, yeah. Of course, I have had plenty of inquiries in here as well, and the thread is getting a bit long for thorough checking (not to mention some of the disappearing photos). Just saying, at least check the first page....a lot of the labels are on that first post.

Sorry, I have had a bad start of the week. Not trying to take it out on anyone....just a little edgy.

I'm OFFENDED! OFFENDED I TELL YA!

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Has anyone seen these labels before? They're on a pretty new Chester Barrie jacket, but don't look like any barrie labels I've seen before. Also, there's no mention of where the jacket was made.

 

 

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They have been outsourcing, now owned by Japanese:

http://fashion.telegraph.co.uk/news-features/TMG10033834/Mencyclopaedia-Chester-Barrie.html

Portugal, and other places, probably in far east, too.
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These are probably nothing but I thought I'd post them anyway to make sure. Something old an American made. Whatever logo was on the insole has completely worn off but an outline remains. I see a Boot and Shoe Union stamp. Pics in the spoiler. Thanks. 


 

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Looks familiar.... but I can't place it.




Thanks in advance.

AHS
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Can anyone identify the maker from the label? The jacket is from Battaglia, Beverly Hills, if it helps any.

 

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Can anyone identify the maker from the label? The jacket is from Battaglia, Beverly Hills, if it helps any.

 

D'Avenza.

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Thank you!

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Searched and didn't come up with anything - this is another possible d'Avenza (for Bijan). Can anyone confirm?



For reference - these are the other Bijan markings:
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