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Couple interesting things from tonight. Bulova gold watch from 1965 I think (M5)? Non-original leather strap, about 35mm. Works well; self-winding automatic. Not sure anything else about it, would love some info from the watch experts here. 

 

Polo 100% Wool American Flag sweater, size L. 

Pop for me. I was excited. 

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Posted in another thread also as looking for more info on my recent finds. Scored 2 pairs of McHale Shoes and pair of Florsheim Imperials, non of which have been worn by the looks of them. The top shoes are just too narrow for my feet, but pretty sure I'll be wearing the other 2. smile.gif May need to get rubber heels on before I slip and fall on my arse.

I have searched threads here and elsewhere on the McHale's. If anyone has any info on dating these it would be appreciated.

First pair of McHale's










Pair 2 of McHale's - these things are tanks.










Florsheim's - Inoted these don't have the "woodgrain" pattern on the sole like some other vintage Florsheim's I've seen. Maybe they aren't that old.








Send the McHales to @SpooPoker, the last pair I sent him in similar condition were sold for like $400 iirc
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Still good in my area, no pics tonight but thrifted a navy Boglioli K Jacket in my size (pop), Brioni glen plaid SC, Canali SC, and some Alden horse bit loafers. Hope this never ends.

Wow I am really jealous. It seems everyone is finding grail items except me. I hope it continues as well.

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minion

 

 

You'll want this then...

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You'll want this then...

I was just eating dinner with my dad and saw this and he wants to know why I'm dying laughing lol
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Thread Starter 
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Send the McHales to @SpooPoker, the last pair I sent him in similar condition were sold for like $400 iirc

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You'll want this then...

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Couple interesting things from tonight. Bulova gold watch from 1965 I think (M5)? Non-original leather strap, about 35mm. Works well; self-winding automatic. Not sure anything else about it, would love some info from the watch experts here. 

 

 

I own this same watch, it was one of my first. Vintage Bulova watches are some of the easiest and cheapest vintage american watches to maintain. Hell, I have a display back from '35 with a toasted mainspring that still winds, and keeps time well enough for a watch of it's vintage.

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TY, @Takai! 

 

I like it. I think it, and I think it looks pretty solid. I shall wear it to work tomorrow. 

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TY, @Takai! 

I like it. I think it, and I think it looks pretty solid. I shall wear it to work tomorrow. 


Is that a Rolex?
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Edited by costanaconda - 11/3/15 at 1:13pm
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Not much to speak of lately, but here a few recent finds.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Too bad this is wimmenz, but I'll take it

 

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You'll want this then...

Acrylic. Pass. Not to mention the size issues, but then there's this:

 

"If you would like the penis in a smaller size for day wear just let me know,i will make to order"

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Not much to speak of lately, but here a few recent finds.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Too bad this is wimmenz, but I'll take it

 

 

This is so sick! nice

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Jeez, and look at her store.

 

crochet Anna and Elsa hats........thats cute

 

crochet skeleton dog hat for halloween.........how clever

 

crochet minion shlong sock..........  

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