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post #26911 of 30486

Anyone knows who's the maker? It kinda looks like a belvest tag but something is off...

Thanks in advance.

post #26912 of 30486
Hello, chaps!

Somewhere out there, there is (I hear) a web site with a name that rhymes with 'hailed'. If there was such a thing -- and I'm not saying for certain there is -- is this a place we could discuss, safely, the trials and tribulations of that ignominious site?

Asking for a friend.
post #26913 of 30486
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Originally Posted by JFST View Post

Anyone knows who's the maker? It kinda looks like a belvest tag but something is off...


Thanks in advance.

Looks like Pal zileri, lubiam, or belvest off the top of my head without checking.
post #26914 of 30486
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Originally Posted by JFST View Post

Anyone knows who's the maker? It kinda looks like a belvest tag but something is off...


Thanks in advance.

Fairly certain that's Pal Zileri
post #26915 of 30486
It must be the newer stuff as I don't recall this label. Thanks guys!
post #26916 of 30486

@stevesmith  any background info on this label? Never seen it before

 

 

post #26917 of 30486
^ that hang tag is Southwick's which is of course owned by BB.
post #26918 of 30486
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Originally Posted by dazedstate View Post

^ that hang tag is Southwick's which is of course owned by BB.

I concur about the hang tag. Identical to what they put on Southwick-branded jackets. I have not seen that other label before. It looks better than the square labels with the same general look. Those always bugged me because they were so poorly laid out with all of that blank space.
post #26919 of 30486
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Originally Posted by Tyrone MacStiophain View Post

I haven't been able to figure out who makes these LL Bean USA-made chukkas. ( "Bean" turns up zero hits on HOF labels thread. fing02[1].gif )the Anyone have a clue?


 

Looks the same as Redwings

post #26920 of 30486

Anyone else having a problem with GoDaddy/Outright? I know it's a little buggy, but usually issues seem to be corrected in a few hours. My info hasn't updated for two days.

post #26921 of 30486
That makes sense since some Bean shoes use S.B. Foot leather.
post #26922 of 30486

 

I hope this is the right place to ask about this.  I have a pair of Ralph Lauren Made in Italy shoes that I have posted pictures of and no one seems to be able to determine who made them. The best guesses are Silvano Sassetti and Sesto Meucci.  Although it is possible (but not likely) to be Sutor Mantellassi.    I listed them once before and they didn't sell.  I have them listed now for $65.88.   They are in fantastic shape.   

 

RL Polo Shoes are all over the place in terms of selling prices. The higher prices are on shoes where the maker is known (like C&J for Made in England shoes).  But, I am wondering about pricing these.  I have an offer and am just not certain I should take it.   Since I can't determine the maker, anyone have any thoughts on the value?  

 

I'm not a noob and asking about this without doing some research.  I checked the sold listings.  But, again, they are sort of all other the place.  These shoes look great.  They have VERY little wear at all.  

post #26923 of 30486

Depends on how quickly you want to move them. They look in great shape. I think your BIN price is very reasonable.

post #26924 of 30486
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Originally Posted by Nobleprofessor View Post
 

 

I hope this is the right place to ask about this.  I have a pair of Ralph Lauren Made in Italy shoes that I have posted pictures of and no one seems to be able to determine who made them. The best guesses are Silvano Sassetti and Sesto Meucci.  Although it is possible (but not likely) to be Sutor Mantellassi.    I listed them once before and they didn't sell.  I have them listed now for $65.88.   They are in fantastic shape.   

 

RL Polo Shoes are all over the place in terms of selling prices. The higher prices are on shoes where the maker is known (like C&J for Made in England shoes).  But, I am wondering about pricing these.  I have an offer and am just not certain I should take it.   Since I can't determine the maker, anyone have any thoughts on the value?  

 

I'm not a noob and asking about this without doing some research.  I checked the sold listings.  But, again, they are sort of all other the place.  These shoes look great.  They have VERY little wear at all.  

 

I would list those for $100 OBO and expect to sell them within a few months

post #26925 of 30486
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Originally Posted by Reosymes View PostSubnav
 

Depends on how quickly you want to move them. They look in great shape. I think your BIN price is very reasonable.


I even think this could be a starting price, seems even too cheap BIN price for me.

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