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post #691 of 2174
I'm pretty sure that tag was covered in the first page(s).
post #692 of 2174
I've reviewed the first ~10 pages a few times before your post, and again after. maybe I'm dense bu help woukd still be appreciated
post #693 of 2174
I looked through and found a few possibilities as to the maker of these, but I was wondering if anyone could tell me with some certainty....

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post #694 of 2174
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I looked through and found a few possibilities as to the maker of these, but I was wondering if anyone could tell me with some certainty.... Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Pretty sure those are Loake, based on the nail and sole decoration patterns. Can't find this model, though

Here is an example of a Loake sole: http://www.herringshoes.co.uk/product-info.php?&brandid=7&shoeid=3919.
post #695 of 2174
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Pretty sure those are Loake, based on the nail and sole decoration patterns. Can't find this model, though
Here is an example of a Loake sole: http://www.herringshoes.co.uk/product-info.php?&brandid=7&shoeid=3919.

Thanks a lot! I was leaning in that direction and I appreciate your help!
post #696 of 2174
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Thanks a lot! I was leaning in that direction and I appreciate your help!

I recently did an investigation of some Peals, so that sole pattern is familiar!
post #697 of 2174
Old Edward Green (Belgravia) for Paul Stuart

I know the top #'s are "size.width.last"
Any clue as to what the bottom # means? Color? If so, does anyone know which color is referenced here?

Sorry if a dumb question. My searching on here and with google turned up nothing, but somehow I feel like one of you will link to what I should have been able to find myself . . .

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post #698 of 2174
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Old Edward Green (Belgravia) for Paul Stuart
I know the top #'s are "size.width.last"
Any clue as to what the bottom # means? Color? If so, does anyone know which color is referenced here? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

 

I think the bottom number refers to the production run.

 

EG themselves might be able to shed some more light on the shoes' provenance based on that number; they were superb in providing me with information on an old pair of tramping brogues and a pair of veldtschoen boots, both from the 60s. Their records for anything from that period are, apparently, quite sketchy though.

post #699 of 2174
Peal and Co made in England. I've read they're either AS or CJ, but the pattern doesn't match either example from the OP. Thoughts?

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post #700 of 2174
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Peal and Co made in England. I've read they're either AS or CJ, but the pattern doesn't match either example from the OP. Thoughts?
Brooks44EuHeel.jpg

That sole is not original. A picture of the interior markings/writings would be better.
post #701 of 2174

I like to pick up shoes with nails that I don't know....but this one really stumped me. Any help?

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post #702 of 2174

Alfred Sargent?

 

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Alfred Sargent?
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i think Loake.. but let's see what more experienced folks say.
post #704 of 2174

3625 last of Loake?

post #705 of 2174
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i think Loake.. but let's see what more experienced folks say.

 

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3625 last of Loake?

 

Cheers, lads. The sole colour made me think of Loake but the lettering inside made me think AS.

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