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post #751 of 1140
Pics or it didnt happen

Do you say the same to Clergymen about the Resurrection?
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Pics or it didnt happen

Do you say the same to Clergymen about the Resurrection?

such things have never occured. smile.gif
post #753 of 1140
This is good if you like antique UK fashion

http://www.old-town.co.uk/galleries.htm
post #754 of 1140
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such things have never occured. smile.gif

Then you don't believe in the Easter Bunny.
post #755 of 1140
Thread Starter 
A few crap pics as im still shaking from excitement

This belongs to a bulletproof piece of handcrafted French outerwear kids.

nary a pill, a hole, a torn seam, dead mint. inlove.gif

i collect goyard and LV trunks, they are a (expensive as fuck) passion, got about 10 of them so far and stick exclusively to those, maybe a Moynat I would consider. Usually stay away from the american brands, but for $15 each... I mean, I cant say no, can I? the big one is gigantic, almost as tall as me. travel dates from 1922 and some I need to look at with a blacklight later.


the little humper has to be 1850-1890






Will get better pics of the insides at some point, but its the full rig with the drawers on one side, removable suitcase, and 15 hangers and a fold out valet.

Thrifted for $15 each. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #756 of 1140
Spoo, that steamer looks amazing! I'd guess 1880's or 1890's by the font style and such of their logo plate.
post #757 of 1140
happy.gif Wow, the person who owned that must have been quite the wealthy fellow. An incredible find, glad to see that you saved them! What do you do with your collection of trunks, do you use them for travel?
post #758 of 1140
Thread Starter 
^ They are too cool for school.

Basically they just piss my wife off, but for "practical" purposes, my daughters toy chest is a 1920s Goyard steamer, our bedlinens rest in a LV grande steamer, and a few other things.. smile.gif
post #759 of 1140
Wow spoo that's really cool to hear about ur collection. My father and mother have a few LV steamers and a single LV hatbox in their collection. They've had them for years, not really adding to them, but certainly keeping them around. My mother also has another old steamer from the mid 1800s that I know she uses for out of season clothing storage. I need to find out what that one is.
post #760 of 1140
Nice find Spoo biggrin.gif
post #761 of 1140
Vintage 60's or so Oxxford 4x2 DB jacket. Done in a lively forest green open-weave hopsack. 40 Short.





post #762 of 1140

Can you guys help me date this Harris Tweed Jacket.

It was made in England and is insulated

The tags I've found inside the jacket are from a breast pocket, and one if the tags is actually in the lower left hip pocket

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post #763 of 1140
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Originally Posted by Snoogz View Post

Can you guys help me date this Harris Tweed Jacket.
It was made in England and is insulated
The tags I've found inside the jacket are from a breast pocket, and one if the tags is actually in the lower left hip pocket

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Harris Tweed label is from the 1960's
post #764 of 1140
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Harris Tweed label is from the 1960's

Sounds Good Thanks.

Wish this thing fit, its so solid.

post #765 of 1140
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Sounds Good Thanks.

Wish this thing fit, its so solid.

 

What size is it?

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