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Originally Posted by mcadamsandwich View Post
 

Brooks - Made in Italy, 100% Lambswool.

 

Searched through a few pages, but couldn't find a tag like this one, and there are no other tags in the coat.

 

Lardini?

 

 

 

 

edit: it's Lardini. 

 

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Originally Posted by othertravel View Post


Maybe not Lardini. Looks closer to Mabro (spelling?)

 




Anyone recognize this tag? multiple different google searches have turned up little. 

its a semi-recent "Made in Italy" Brooks Brothers blazer, I've heard people mention lardini, but it doesn't resemble the Lardini maker tags.

 HALPP
 

I've come across multiple of these jackets and am very curious.

 

I don't think it's Mabro or Lardini, unless it's a shortened version or something. Look at the references for the tags. 

 

Lardini tag

Mabro Tag

post #2237 of 2460
JAB Platinum, made in Italy, full canvas, lots of handwork, but I don't recognize this tag. Zegna makes some of their signature series, but I don't recognize this as a Zegna tag. Thoughts?
post #2238 of 2460
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Can't find it am I missing something??

post #2239 of 2460

Wouldn't the UNITE union tag rule out Samuelsohn as a maker or do they make in the USA as well as CA, or is the UNITE tag include Canadian unions?

 

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Originally Posted by Cotton Dockers View Post
 

 

I am 99% sure it is Samuelsohn. C&C has (had?) a lot of their clothing made by them (Talbott, Chester Barrie, Oxxford as well) and at some point I believe this was definitively confirmed.

post #2240 of 2460

Loro Piana fabric for Paco Rabanne (suit made in Italy)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Anyone knows who made it folks, thanxs!


Edited by bega - 8/26/14 at 4:19pm
post #2241 of 2460

Can someone help identify who made this?

 

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Anyone recognize the maker of these boots?

Also the type of leather used?

Thanks

 

 

 

 

post #2243 of 2460

Have another label that I am not sure of the maker on.

 

Faconnable made in Italy for a Women's Tweed Jacket

post #2244 of 2460
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Originally Posted by Koala-T View Post
 

Cool. Thanks, Snoogz. Any guess on the era? I'm betting late 80s, maybe early 90s, but the detailing is fairly classic.

I recently saw a hickey freeman from late 70s that was a customized HF. Same label. union tag and an uncompleted custom tag.

post #2245 of 2460

BUMP^^^

 

Any thoughts on those few suits, shoes, and Jacket tag?

 

Thanks guys.

post #2246 of 2460
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Originally Posted by MZhammer View Post
 


Bump, still looking for info

Woh, that rubinacci tag above is the same exact one as my faconnable women's tweed jacket.

 

Did you ever find out about it?

post #2247 of 2460
Anyone know who made these: Alan McAfee Chertsey tobacco suede chukka. Crepe sole, so no sole help.



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Originally Posted by SeaJen View Post

Anyone know who made these: Alan McAfee Chertsey tobacco suede chukka. Crepe sole, so no sole help.




Crockett and Jones.
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Is the size on this 9.5F?
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Originally Posted by GMMcL View Post

Is the size on this 9.5F?
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Yeah.
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