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what was the pricing? I'm assuming prohibitive.

I think between 3-500 depending on how long it's been there. They just sold a Valentino NWT's by Isaia 100% Vicuna blazer for "only" $1,900. For what they have their prices are really good but they keep the highest price/don't discount on ebay.

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What does quarter lining a jacket ever have to do with taste? I don't get this statement.
Well played

I don't think he was referring to the lining, I think he was referring to a MTM order for a DB blazer that is pinstriped.

post #23748 of 54777
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The week in review…. enjoy your weekend fellas.

the first few coats are for my wife. We have a Christmas rule to only thrift each other our gifts and to try and keep it under $100. The ivory tweed with the sheared beaver collar is just exceptional.

Holubar and PRL tussah silk sweater are N/A, keeping those. Most of the ties are from a $1 grab. Harmont & Blaine shirt is for my dad, sorry Dachshund dudes.

How'd I do on the Mickey T shirt? I love the rest of that vintage shirt haul. A lot of that stuff came from a house that was from the 1700s. This was the garage :
https://www.instagram.com/p/_elwaSIGih/?taken-by=luxeswap

Wanted to pop the Ford but it was sold already. The sign on the bottom is just tremendous and weighs a TON. Its probably cast iron. The plaque is solid painted wood, super nice and toasty. The estate told me that it was the original sign for the owner of the house back in 1780 and is just as old. A-FUCKING-MAZING. N to the A.




















































post #23749 of 54777
Need a quick check. Is this fake or is it garbage either way

Looks neat




post #23750 of 54777
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^^ thats real
post #23751 of 54777
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

^^ thats real
worth buying @ 30 and I have 30% off
post #23752 of 54777
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Originally Posted by Spruce Moose View Post

worth buying @ 30 and I have 30% off

I would.
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much love Spoofather

It's actually pretty cool

post #23754 of 54777
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Originally Posted by Jompso View Post
 

I don't think he was referring to the lining, I think he was referring to a MTM order for a DB blazer that is pinstriped.


yes. and i didn't know that oxxford typically uses less lining. thank you for that. imma pass on that orphan, beautiful tho it be.

 

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@SpooPoker that Bugatti tie! i've become a big fan of the older us-made prl ties, they often have a very nice 'continental' feel. there are some great deco prints and follies.

post #23755 of 54777
Yo spoo, is that trusport split finger horse hide? They made horse hide ones in the 30s-40s and they can fetch quite a bit. Nice grab!
post #23756 of 54777
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Yo spoo, is that trusport split finger horse hide? They made horse hide ones in the 30s-40s and they can fetch quite a bit. Nice grab!

Really? I bought it as a prop for the LuxeShop. Don't recall seeing a horsehide label but will check again. its old as fuck, certainly 30s or 40s.

define "quite a bit" please devil.gif
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ahhhh.... Making the world a batter place, one waffle at a time.

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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

Really? I bought it as a prop for the LuxeShop. Don't recall seeing a horsehide label but will check again. its old as fuck, certainly 30s or 40s.

define "quite a bit" please devil.gif

They made regular cow/steer in the same time period (I would say definitely mid 30s or so). I had one about 5 years ago and I think it had a horsehide label under the strap that goes over your wrist. I think I got around $150 for it. Cool stuff either way icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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They made regular cow/steer in the same time period (I would say definitely mid 30s or so). I had one about 5 years ago and I think it had a horsehide label under the strap that goes over your wrist. I think I got around $150 for it. Cool stuff either way icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
you're right. hard to see but right there in the palm "Horsehide"

thanks! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

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