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EG Chartwell's.

Ive always eyed these with interest but never seen a pic in action. They look very nice...I would love to have them in EGs amazing antique midnight blue or even (gasp) plain black...is that 202 last or 82?

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im a big of the traditional single horizontal strap, like the one on the chartwell's above




anyone know the model name?
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Couple family pics


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Couple family pics Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


 

Very nice Namor, and of course I'm a real big fan of the Galway.

 

The ones in burnt pine keep looking better all of the time.

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Whew almost had a page without Galway pics. Also thank you to CT for reintroducing ponce to my vernacular.
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Small family, but a family pic none the less.

 

 

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Nice looking family. I am sure you will add more.
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Nice looking family. I am sure you will add more.

Thank you.

 

I already have another pair of Galways on the way, and I do look forward to adding even more EGs in the future.

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Originally Posted by Fiddler View Post

Ive always eyed these with interest but never seen a pic in action. They look very nice...I would love to have them in EGs amazing antique midnight blue or even (gasp) plain black...is that 202 last or 82?

Thank's, they are on the 82 last.
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Originally Posted by dddrees View Post

Now I finally have a pair of blue shoes to go with my blue dialed watch.


Edward Green Sandringham Midnight Navy Shell





 

Nice. I have a pair of Sandringhams in Whisky crup 888 last that look very different.
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Nice. I have a pair of Sandringhams in Whisky crup 888 last that look very different.

Thank you sir.

 

I'd sure luv to see a picture of them if you get a chance.

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Couple family pics
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Originally Posted by dddrees View Post

Small family, but a family pic none the less.
Nice kicks guys!
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Thank you sir.
I'd sure luv to see a picture of them if you get a chance.
Yeah, I second that. Whiskey SWB is a nice style.

Packed up most of my shoes... 3 stacks of shoes equal to my height... EGs dominate the bunch.
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Nice kicks guys!
Yeah, I second that. Whiskey SWB is a nice style.

Packed up most of my shoes... 3 stacks of shoes equal to my height... EGs dominate the bunch.

Thank you sir, and I can certainly why EGs would be so dominate.

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Some pictures of a newly polished pair of almost new Westministers that I picked up from MOL a couple of weeks back. Many thanks again to MOL for being such a gentleman to sell these at cost from the EG London sale.

 

 

EG Westminister, 888, Dark Oak Antique, 9.5/10E - more pictures.... (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Some pictures of a newly polished pair of almost new Westministers that I picked up from MOL a couple of weeks back. Many thanks again to MOL for being such a gentleman to sell these at cost from the EG London sale.

 

 

EG Westminister, 888, Dark Oak Antique, 9.5/10E - more pictures.... (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Great looking monks, Congrats.

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