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They differ from my current Church sahara boots in that the vintage pair are fabric lined instead of fully leather lined.

Model name might be Cowley, based on this listing: http://www.ebay.com/itm/311702741930 but the soles, lasts and ages are different.

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They differ from my current Church sahara boots in that the vintage pair are fabric lined instead of fully leather lined.

Model name might be "Cowley" based on this listing http://www.ebay.com/itm/311702741930 but they have different soles, lasts and manufacturing dates. Sorry I can't be more helpful!

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Anyone can help translate these 2? Thanks much in advance

 

 

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Anyone can help translate these 2? Thanks much in advance

 

 


no clue on the translation but that plaid looks like Aquascutum

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Anyone can help translate these 2? Thanks much in advance

 

 


no clue on the translation but that plaid looks like Aquascutum

They are both very recent DAKS.but can't list them without the material content which I dont know :embar:

 

 

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 It looks Korean, first two lines, which are the most important I can't say with 100% certainty but typing in all the usual suspects into google translate it looks like 60% wool 40% linen?  The last two are Polyester and Rayon.

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Anyone knows who "PJ" is?  Dunhill silk tie handmade in the UK...

 

 

 

 

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Looking to learn a little more about this orphaned Brooks Bros jacket. I may swap out the buttons and turn it into a blazer. Where was it made and what time period? It is half lined but the front is fully canvassed.



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New lardini Tag
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New lardini Tag 

 

Cool - might be helpful to also post in http://www.styleforum.net/t/352887/the-official-thrift-thread-maker-label-guide/0_30 

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I picked this suit up a couple weeks ago from a thrift shop, but I can't find anything on it. Any guesses?

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I know I have seen this before, but couldn't find it after a quick scan. Made in Italy unstructured butter soft corduroy sport coat for Richards of Greenwich. 

 

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I know I have seen this before, but couldn't find it after a quick scan. Made in Italy unstructured butter soft corduroy sport coat for Richards of Greenwich. 



Kind of looks like Tombolini.
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Looking to learn a little more about this orphaned Brooks Bros jacket. I may swap out the buttons and turn it into a blazer. Where was it made and what time period? It is half lined but the front is fully canvassed.



Looks like vintage Martin Greenfield but I don't know shit about Brooks Bros history so that is not at all a firm answer, just extremely similar in shape, location stitched in, type face, color etc... if you can find a faint MG on there then that's who it is although not all his pieces don the initials, but again I'm not positive here, just what it looks like.

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I know I have seen this before, but couldn't find it after a quick scan. Made in Italy unstructured butter soft corduroy sport coat for Richards of Greenwich. 

 

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Kind of looks like Tombolini.

Very close but naw.... these two are Tombolini....

 

 

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