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Thanks so much!

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Does anyone know who made the shoes for the Peter Lord retail shops which I understand closed in the 90s.
These are absolutely immaculate but a little square in the toe for my liking. The shoe detail printed on the inside look like Loake, possibly? Can anyone shed some light...

Thanks
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i thought caruso first, but the difference is so big

any idea? thanks!

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i thought caruso first, but the difference is so big
any idea? thanks!

I think that's D'Avenza
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Never handled shell cordovan before. Was looking for some help identifying if these Allen Edmond MacNeils are calf leather or cordovan. It has the ripples like cordovan but seems to have creases too. The leather feels a bit more plasticy than all the calf shoes I own.

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Never handled shell cordovan before. Was looking for some help identifying if these Allen Edmond MacNeils are calf leather or cordovan. It has the ripples like cordovan but seems to have creases too. The leather feels a bit more plasticy than all the calf shoes I own.

 

Not shell.

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I have a potential buyer asking what fit/cut a Brooks Brothers jacket is that I have listed.

I tried to add pics of every label on the jacket - he seemed to think there would be a label that identifies the fit/cut.  Could the FO on this mean it is the Fitgerald cut?  Am I looking in the wrong spot - should I be looking for another label in a different pocket?

 

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This it pre-FItzgerald/Madison/Regent.  Tell him to refer to the measurements, or you're asking for trouble by giving an equivalent fit.  You can also ask again here on the ebay thread:

http://www.styleforum.net/t/309281/buying-and-selling-on-ebay-tips-tricks-problems-questions/0_100

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Would be grateful for help with this one:

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Is there a way to tell from the markers on the inside of an alden shoe to know if it's a shell cordovan model?

The pics of the shoes are inconclusive

Thanks!

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Is there a way to tell from the markers on the inside of an alden shoe to know if it's a shell cordovan model?


The pics of the shoes are inconclusive


Thanks!

I think 662 is calfskin and 664 is shell for their tassel loafers. Not 100% but pretty sure.
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I think 662 is calfskin and 664 is shell for their tassel loafers. Not 100% but pretty sure.

That is correct.
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Thanks for the info!
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