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At first I thought this was old old Caruso for Hugo Boss Baldessarini but am not so sure. Anyone else chime in?

 

 

 

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At first I thought this was old old Caruso for Hugo Boss Baldessarini but am not so sure. Anyone else chime in?

 

 

That looks like all the old Boss tags I find with names like Corleone, that tag looks almost identical.

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Originally Posted by Brianpore View Post
 

At first I thought this was old old Caruso for Hugo Boss Baldessarini but am not so sure. Anyone else chime in?

 

 

That looks like all the old Boss tags I find with names like Corleone, that tag looks almost identical.

Good call. Made in Italy got me wondering

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Thanks for all help given for all I've asked (and all I've learned!)...

 

Any help with THIS one? Main tag is “Santorelli”, and I'm guessing this is from maybe five or six years ago? But is Santorelli a licensor or do they make it themselves?

 


Edited by misterellington - Today at 1:45 pm
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Hello,

 

I am hoping someone can help me identify a pair of Florsheim Wingtips that I recently acquired?  They are a little beat up.  The inside of the tongue appeared to have felt sewn to it which is torn.  There is a small blue sewn in label inside one of the shoes that indicates "The Florsheim Shoe"   I have attached several pic to assist.

 

Thanks,

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Recently I found in my closet footwear company Chester.

Spent the whole day at the computer in search of. But the model of shoes and failed to find.

Now tell you what I was able to extract from these shoes:

I looked inside one of the shoes. Read the inscription: [Chester], [England], [absolute comfort], [the climate (C)].

I looked further into the boot and found another inscription [Vero Cuoio].

Inside the Shoe there is a strange inscription. (I think this is inventory number): [TM7211217DPR] the last letter can't be right..

I attach photos for identification. Please help me understand what a model!!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Lots of nails....???

 

 

 

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Anyone recognize this?  Not my listing.

 

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Crazy. Just saw this.

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