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MY MOST BAD A$$ FIND OF THE YEAR 


 

World War 2 Air force jacket, not the civilian model either, the real mccoy, things in near perfect condition too.

 

Thrift fit pic: fits pretty good, might have to keep it, p.s. 100% of this outfit is thrifted. 

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Cj handgrade


I thought so. Thanks for responding!

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Allowed myself a day off to get out for the day and make a couple stops. Got some stuff.

 

Saks Fifth sick gold baroque tie, EZ, Stefano Ricci, Brioni x3, Dunhill

 

B Squad: Carroll & Co by Drakes of London, NWOT's Boss skinny tie, Carroll and Co England by Cravatz, Brooks Makers

 

 

Thomas Mason Archive for J. Crew, Charvet, Charvet, Ascot Change w/ 2 ply Thomas Mason cotton

Borrelli, Battistoni, Paul Stuart Italy, Brioni

Vtg Orvis cotton canvas hunting hacking jacket blazer, patch pockets with leather detailing and elbow 

 

NWT's Polo Jeans (Bought cuz of the Ponys, and Polo jeans are fucking expensive for what they are, $170 for non selvage made in Mexico??)

 

 

Sick LL Bean M-65 Jacket

 

Gorgeous Polo Leather A-2 Bomber jacket...might keep this thing is ridiculous

 

 

Giorgio Armani black label POW w/ Blue windowpane 72% Cash

 

 

Only suit, bought cuz cash blend, Burberry London Cash-Wool Suit

 

 

Zegna Traveller in navy

 

Zegna 15milmil15 (needed btns replaced, never posted)

 

 

Zegna Su Misura Napoli Couture dark navy blue

 

Zegna Su Misura Couture Trofeo (no pants yet)

 

 

 

 

Fucking Sick Navy blue velvet Silk blend Armani Collezioni blazer

 

 

That's all.

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Vtg Orvis cotton canvas hunting hacking jacket blazer, patch pockets with leather detailing and elbow 

 

 

That's the Zambezi, in case you were wondering.

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That's the Zambezi, in case you were wondering.

Thank you, much appreciated.

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Originally Posted by eazye View Post

I suck at Union tags. Anybody know when they stopped using this one? 40's?


Check the copyright date under "Workers." It probably says 1939 which puts it between 1939-1949. Before that they changed the copyright every couple of years so it would be close to the actual date.

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How old is this thing?
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Not sure these are any good but the resale value looked good.

 

COH take _forever_ to sell but they do. Seems like designer Women's jeans are a pretty small niche at least from my experience and maybe that is why they take forever. I always pick up good condition COH though.

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How old is this thing?
About as old as this

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You guys have really helped me up my game over the last few months. Still learning and honing my skills. There is a lot to learn!! Anyway....THANKS!!

Burberry Suit in excellent condition

 

Canali Suit Super 120's

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Check the copyright date under "Workers." It probably says 1939 which puts it between 1939-1949. Before that they changed the copyright every couple of years so it would be close to the actual date.
Thank you sir!!!
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COH take _forever_ to sell but they do. Seems like designer Women's jeans are a pretty small niche at least from my experience and maybe that is why they take forever. I always pick up good condition COH though.


99% sure these are mens, when I searched the model it came up as mens of their website. 

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When you go to an estate sale of a guy who shares a name with one of the biggest streets in the city, you know it's going to be good, but I was not prepared for this. True thrift prices, I paid $150 for everything here.

 

Dated 1964, Bespoke (I believe) by Gray & Lampel

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1931 Dated Three Piece Tuxedo with an absolutely gorgeous brocade vest

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1943 Overcoat by Gray & Lampel

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70s After Six, Not as high quality but cool.

1950 White Dinner Jacket, Gray & Lampel with great handwork

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1910s/1920s Brocade Vest

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60s/70s Sulka

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1939 Three Piece by a long extinct local shop

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Oh, didn't notice this one came with suspenders attached:

 

Sick

1959, local shop


1960, Gray & Lampel

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1951, Local Shop, Gorgeous Herringbone



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Vintage Fedoras 1940s-70s. Two Stetsons,three Borsalinos


1950s Spectators, Stetson on the left, Florsheim on the right


Edited by mormonopoly - 12/6/15 at 3:20pm
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Really cool stuff @mormonopoly.

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When you go to an estate sale of a guy who shares a name with one of the biggest streets in the city, you know it's going to be good, but I was not prepared for this. True thrift prices, I paid $150 for everything here.

 

 

Some sick cops!

 

I went to an estate sale today as well.  It was in a country club neighborhood that I was familiar with and knew there was a ton of money there.  For perspective, this is the house next door to the house where the estate sale was:

 

 

...but the estate sale house itself was the smallest, oldest, crappiest house in the whole neighborhood - it pre-dated all the other homes by like 40 years...and was filled with nothing but incredibly overpriced junk, junk and more junk.  Total disappointment.  So I went  to the "good" Goodwill in Atlanta / Buckhead since it was only a few miles away, even though I said I wouldn't cuz @Takai was there yesterday...and found bupkis there as well.  Then to one of the "good" Marshalls, where I found an entire cartload of nothing.  Hell, I could have filled five carts with all the nothing I found today.  

 

So I went home.  

 

Makes me appreciate the days when I do find stuff.


Edited by TheNeedMachine - 12/6/15 at 4:00pm
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