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post #1291 of 1297
Thank you, Double 0! I will take a look at eBay's bounty now.
post #1292 of 1297
Here's another Vintage Polo Ralph Lauren piece. It's a new old stock (still pinned) Chambray Shirt with neat Western detailing on the cuff. I've never seen this particular label.




post #1293 of 1297
@Coal_Mining_Polak

That shirt is KILLER, especially the cuff detail.

I've never found out too much info about it, but I feel like it was started in the late 70s or early 80s and existed for less than a decade. Polo Western and Polo Country seem to be sub-brands of Ralph that were pre-cursors to RRL (the embroidery on the cuff isn't too far off of modern RRL)
post #1294 of 1297

It's been a bit since there's been a post in here. I've got a couple items to toss on here. First is a nice vintage Woolrich Black/Red jacket. I happened to come across this last night in my size and I was pretty stoked. I've been wanting to find something in this style for a bit and this definitely fits the bill. Based on my research the tag indicates a late 60's date for this. The zipper is also large and hefty with the word "Ideal" on it that screams vintage. It's in pretty awesome shape too.

 

 

 

 

Next is a vintage Brooks Brothers jacket. I've had this forever but I'm just now getting to posting it. The label inside says 1968 I believe. I've searched the name and haven't come up with much, I assume it wasn't anyone crazy famous or anything. It's very cool though, unlined with patch pockets. 

 

 

 

 

post #1295 of 1297
Looks like 65 or even 60 to me. Nice finds! Whatever the date on that BB, it shows how traditionalist BB was - that lining style was common up through the early 50s, but by the late 50s almost everyone had gone to a half lining in the back.
post #1296 of 1297
Looking at the other numbers I think 65 is definitely a possibility!I definitely see what you're saying. The beauty of traditional looks us they generally don't go out of style in my opinion. I think this jacket could look great now and in the future!
post #1297 of 1297
Here's a stellar overcoat, even amongst so many vintage choices. It's dated 1960 and woven of true Donegal tweed!





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