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Originally Posted by LeafAndArrow View Post

I would take it over to the fedora lounge, those guys live to ID jackets of this sort.

Thanks! Do you have a link? I never go there.
post #932 of 1140
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

Thanks! Do you have a link? I never go there.

No sweat-

http://www.thefedoralounge.com/forumdisplay.php?4-Outerwear

Brace yourself for some intense classification heavy responses/history lessons. Those guys are intense.
post #933 of 1140
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Originally Posted by LeafAndArrow View Post

No sweat-

http://www.thefedoralounge.com/forumdisplay.php?4-Outerwear

Brace yourself for some intense classification heavy responses/history lessons. Those guys are intense.

Also, I feel the need to use the word intense again. Intense.

You might also consider having the blown out ribbing replaced. I did so with an old Schott I found. Sent it back to Schott directly to have it remade. Link to details here here
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post #935 of 1140
Nah. He's in Canada not Fla
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Originally Posted by capnwes View Post

Nah. He's in Canada not Fla

Wes, he used the term 'succulent' in one of his listings.

Thems is fightin' words, right there.
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Originally Posted by TheBurnOut View Post


Wes, he used the term 'succulent' in one of his listings.

Thems is fightin' words, right there.

Eh, I should have trademarked it while I had the chance. 

post #938 of 1140
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Originally Posted by capnwes View Post

Nah. He's in Canada not Fla

Ah, I saw those Versace bathing outfit auctions linked from Frenchy's tumblr.
post #939 of 1140
That is 330ck's account
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Originally Posted by Coal_Mining_Polak View Post

^ Very cool, the epitome of "swanky!" Is it midnight blue or is the color temp just off? As a lover of slim trousers, I'd say to leave the leg and embrace the drape that it was cut with, unless it's excessive.

It's black. After I'm recovered from my knee surgery and can actually put trousers on, I'll post a fit pick for some feedback. fing02[1].gif
post #941 of 1140
I cannot wait to get my hands on this: WWII brown officer's pea coat from 23 oz doeskin wool, handmade in USA, separate throat latch, poppable collar, original buttons, patch pockets -- and so much more. I paid $96 -- including shipping to Finland.

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^ Nice. I have one very similar made by Brooks Brothers in 1943. I love it.
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This tux was made in 1940 in Philadelphia. Wore it for the first time tonight to be an usher in a friend's wedding.

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Originally Posted by Towers View Post


I think that's frenchy's ebay account.

 

I think frenchy consign with Spoo.

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Originally Posted by GM-H View Post

That is 330ck's account

I thought 330ck is from Canada...Da true?

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Originally Posted by eazye View Post

Here's my vintage formal wear find. Union tag indicates post 1964, but judging by the styling, I'd say not much past that year. What do you guys think? Trousers are super high rise with side tabs and a single pleat, with a very short waistcoat, jacket has a shawl collar with link closure, un-vented and flap pockets. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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