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post #22111 of 60149
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Anyone know anything about Porcelli? Worth it for self?

Found a canvassed flannel suit. Union tag, no material tag.


If.......

 

1. It fits

2. It is for yourself

3. You like it

 

Yes

 

Plus flannel suits are the bee's knees

post #22112 of 60149
All pickups from my thanksgiving trip back home to the Bay Area. All available icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

Theory size 40 blazer
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Brooks Bros 100% Camelhair blazer
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Did someone say BLACKWATCH? Woolrich Woolen Mills x Bonobos Suit, size 44
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Samuelsohn for Saks 5th Ave, size 42. Surgeon cuffs!
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Burberry London 42L orphan
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Recent Zegna blazer, size 58L
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The Kooples size L fitted shirt
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XXL Skeet
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Loake 200B, size 10
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Damn, thrift stores in prison!

post #22115 of 60149
Is this the tiger stripe I'm looking for?

post #22116 of 60149
Nope. Sorry. Mid-late 80's US stuff, used my Special Forces and navy seals. Green label with black text is a good sign it is't the good stuff, as that style military labels came into use in the early-mid 90's, I think. Most will just have a small black stamp on the inside collar area that will say something like US-M (US Medium) or A-S (Asian Small).
post #22117 of 60149

This last page is just reinforcing my decision to stay away from militaria as I know virtually 0 about it. 

post #22118 of 60149

Some stuff from today. All available.

 

2 x Synchilla full zips. Both size L. One men's, one women's. 

 

 

2 x Alden Welterweight Walkers. Picked up 3 pairs yesterday(1 welterweight walker, 2 all weather walker). 9.5B

 

 

Not sure what this is. Just thought it was cool.

 

 

post #22119 of 60149
Interesting market. Is this camo being sold to streetwear people, or more of a military collecting thing? Who is buying "the good stuff"?
post #22120 of 60149
That may be a porcelain box. If so has some value but with the Exxon logo I am not quite sure.

Probably should be some marks on the bottom.
post #22121 of 60149
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Originally Posted by Woofa View Post

That may be a porcelain box. If so has some value but with the Exxon logo I am not quite sure.

Probably should be some marks on the bottom.

 

No marks on bottom. Handshake on the front makes me think it's from the merger. Ah well, it was $1. Very least it will hold some shit! Looks great as well.

post #22122 of 60149

First, I apologize for the lousy picks.  I am trying to get some stuff done before leaving on a trip Thursday for a car auction and mini Thriftcation in Raleigh, North Carolina.

 

A few finds:

 

Found this a little while ago, but hadn't taken pics yet. 

 

Vintage Cooper Flight Jacket -- not military issue. Its a reproduction.  But, it is pretty cool anyway. 

 

 

 

 

Canali Staple Gray Suit (super 120s) 40R 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AND for those folks that find that nice suits are priced WAY too high in thrift stores, I thought I would share the thrift price on this.  

 

 

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Next is an interesting Tuxedo.  I usually avoid Tuxedos unless its a Top Tier name.  But, this had a Shawl Collar and it looks spectacular!  Custom made in Hong Kong (?) even came with the hanger! 

 

 

 

 

 

Next is a Zanella SC -- with Peak Lapels, Ticket Pocket, and a WILD design. 

 

 

 

 

 

A NC Warmup Suit with the pants!   I can't figure out if this awful or good. I mean the style is awful, but is either worth nothing or good money. 

 

 

 

post #22123 of 60149
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Originally Posted by PantherPatrol View Post

Interesting market. Is this camo being sold to streetwear people, or more of a military collecting thing? Who is buying "the good stuff"?

 

Rich Vietnamese Plastic Surgeons who collect things from the Vietnam War....YMMV

post #22124 of 60149

Alright, my little foreign Thriftmasee. Your gift is going out TODAY!

post #22125 of 60149
Afternoon pre- post office thrift. Available unless otherwise marked.

Levi's Made & Crafted Drill Chino in yellow, aka the color I have most trouble photographing
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J. Crew Vintage Slim selvedge that fits me so I might end up keeping for personal use if nobody on here wants them.
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Native Youth stretchy skinny denim, 34.
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Bronze t shirt, might keep for personal use.


Patagonia size L. I think this is a Torrentshell?
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