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Originally Posted by ncstate1201 View Post

 

I am curious if anyone can tell me if this is one of the Zegna higher lines or just simply another way to write the lower Z Zegna type of suits.  It has the full name with a Z above it in a circle, and without knowing the history of the labels I am a little confused on what kind of suit this is.

Thanks for the help!

 

 

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If you don't feel like downloading the pic.   It appears to be a navy blue label centered on the top line is a Z in a circle followed by the entire Ermenegildo Zegna name on the line below centered.   Is this the higher end?  lower end?  mid?   any clue?

 

 

 

I don't know if you got your answer but I'm pretty sure that's their main line. Does it say "Made in Italy" or "Switzerland"? I said mid quality. Z Zegna will say "Z Zegna" on it.

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Originally Posted by barrelntrigger View Post

I don't know if you got your answer but I'm pretty sure that's their main line. Does it say "Made in Italy" or "Switzerland"? I said mid quality. Z Zegna will say "Z Zegna" on it.

What does their top line look like?
post #768 of 2235
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Originally Posted by mikeH View Post


What does their top line look like?

 

Their top line is Zegna Couture.

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Hi, I'm just wondering if anyone could help my figure out whether this jacket is genuine or not. I bought it relatively cheaply a while ago and for what I payed I'm guessing it's not. These are all the labels I could find on it, thanks for your time.



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Can anyone identify this label, picked up a SC at Daffy's? SC was made in Canada.

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Originally Posted by AlterEgo View Post

Does the white script and insole color suggest something ? I have seen similar script and style/size representation from Grenson but never those soles. 
I now remember what was distictive. It's not the triangles, but the combination of the triangles and dots or dashes. The Cheaney's I'm familiar with have dots. The Grensons I now have in front of me have lines. (Though some others have the triangles made up of lines rather than solid, which is where my head went.) They also have scripts almost identical to yours, though black text on a tan insole.

STYLE 608-5336 11/D
4157 — 12-84

I'll be posting pics in the thrift thread tomorrow. I can put them in here as well, if you think they might be useful. The heel is all black rubber with the red "GRENSON" in the middle, but the sole is similar to yours, as far as I can make it out.
post #772 of 2235
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Originally Posted by bytor13 View Post

Can anyone ID this label/maker?  I saw it today on a SC w/ Loro Piana cloth, but no other labels.  I've seen it previously on Nordstrom house brand stuff, as well as on Arnold Brand "Made in Canda" pieces.

 

 

700700700

Defintley a "JOHN W. NORDSTROM".

I have a Cashmere Sport Coat and it has the exact same tags. As far as who makes it for them? I have no clue.

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Can anyone help on this RLPL label? Thank you!

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Can anyone help on this RLPL label? Thank you!
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Caruso if I recall.
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I was wondering if anyone knew the maker of these shoes?
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I was wondering if anyone knew the maker of these shoes?

 

Looks like Alfred Sargent.

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Grenson pics

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Grenson-Balmorals-script.jpg
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Any one?

 

 

 

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Does anyone have a clue as to the maker of these shoes? The only marking is this "B" They are from approximately the 1950's or 40's.

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Hello all,

 

Short time stalker, first time posting.

I have an enigma. I have a pair of Johnston and Murphy Northamptons. Made in Northampton, England. Yep...not the US, Mexico, Italy, or where ever else they make them now. 

 

http://img831.imageshack.us/img831/1975/img1920o.jpg

http://img684.imageshack.us/img684/574/img1922ze.jpg

http://img846.imageshack.us/img846/9370/img1923r.jpg

http://img560.imageshack.us/img560/461/img1924r.jpg

http://img196.imageshack.us/img196/8692/img1931oj.jpg

http://img255.imageshack.us/img255/8186/img1932p.jpg

http://img18.imageshack.us/img18/4571/img1927ba.jpg

 

Anyone know anything about these shoes. Roughly when J&M experimented with English shoe makers? Which shoe maker they may have contracted?


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