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That's the same label that's in the Albert Goldberg Faconnable jacket I thrifted last week. I was under the impression they were made by Cantarelli.

That's what this label is from too. I was on the fence on Caruso and Cantarelli...and it appears I still am.

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I found a pair of black loafers that seem to be pretty nice. Hand made in Italy, sz 43. Can't quite make out the brand. It ends in "....NKSTEIN". Including some photos, but the brand is very hard to see, but you can get the general size & shape. It has a flat line above and below the brand, and a smaller row of lettering below the lower line.
Any help would be appreciated.
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Two quick questions....

 

1) Brooks Brothers (made in Dominican Republic?? puzzled.gif) Never knew of such a thing. Are these from the outlet or something? Have a bunch of nails + 2 nails in the sole of the shoe...

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2) This label looks super familiar but can't place it. Looked at the back button and saw "Gucci", anyone know who made them for Gucci and what era...aka Tom Ford??



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post #859 of 2370
It's possible that they are Allen Edmonds. Don't recognize the heel, but AE does manufacture some of their shoes in the Dominican Republic.
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And here's a crisp new version of the tag we're all wondering about lately, from my Goldberg Faconnable

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Struggling with this one...Cheaney? Loake?

 

 

Any ideas on these? The were made for Stuart McGuire if that helps, but they are significantly higher quality than most other SMs I have seen .

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Yeah I was thinking it was a lot like this one...only with the added care symbols at the bottom. This one was suggested to be Caruso as well, but there was never a definitive answer...that I could find.

Thanks

This one was old Zegna.
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Hi there.

I just picked up a sportcoat with this label yesterday. I plan to do a little perusing of this thread today to see if I can identify it, but figured I'd post a pic in the event it's obvious.



Similarly, I'm trying to confirm that this jacket is Barbour (or, if not, figure out who it IS). No brand tag of any kind; only this size tag. Quality is excellent, and zipper and other hardware are very beefy and substantial.

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Thanks in advance.
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Hi there.
I just picked up a sportcoat with this label yesterday. I plan to do a little perusing of this thread today to see if I can identify it, but figured I'd post a pic in the event it's obvious.

There was one like this from about a month ago...I don't think anyone knew.

 

The RN is the same on both, when you run the number, it just says SanRemo

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Originally Posted by capnwes View Post

 

There was one like this from about a month ago...I don't think anyone knew.

 

The RN is the same on both, when you run the number, it just says SanRemo


I noticed that as well. I did a lot of research and came up empty. It still is bugging me.

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Some of these might be helpful for future identifications. Burberry:



I have the same tag on a Eduard Dressler blazer: Attachment 59938 I think this one I spotted at the january sales at local department store is probably newer version of the tag, it was on a Bugatti branded sportcoat - which was very basic quality: Attachment 59939 Who would you think this tag belongs to: Attachment 59940 It is from a Bamford and Sons sportcoat currently on ebay which I cannot decide should I get or not..
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I have been told that Dressler has made some coats for Burberry in the past 3-4 years. Seems to be true.
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The nail pattern suggests AS, but I'm not sure about the writing...

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on a pair of longwings;
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Soles are nondescript with Vibram heels that could be replacements, I'm thinking Cheaney?
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Can someone please post a picture the labels on a pair of Attolini pants.
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Three labels for assistance today. Possibly another later this week when the item comes back from the cleaners. Any help would be appreciated.

This from a recent USA-made PRL. Different from the older labels. Anyone know who currently/recently makes the PRL USA made stuff, or who used to make it?



This on a Saks house brand SC. Yes, I know the LP tag is just the fabric. I'm looking at the inner pocket tag. Says "Made in Canada," but the tag seems too nondescript to be anyone interesting, right?


And this on a John W Nordstrom 100% LP cashmere SC. Is this a new Samuelsohn tag?
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