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Christian Dior
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Italian Shearling Trench and US Shearling Toque

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Peugeot

Respect for correct spelling
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Respect for correct spelling

Thank goodness google was right then. lol

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Catch and release. Killer POW check Caruso (I think?) overcoat with LP fabric. Priced up. Decent price for personal use but too high for flipping. Fit me perfectly but too long for my taste.


Nat, I would strongly suggest you rethink your stance on long coats. They have been hot again for quite a while, and that thing fits you like a glove. I'd be throwing money at you if it was a 38.
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2nd vintage peacoat this week. This one is pre-1947 and in unbelievable shape.


So, now that I've done my research and learned what these things can fetch, I'm ecstatic about this.

WWII-era (1943-47), pristine, UNISSUED peacoat. Corduroy pockets, throat latch... the only thing missing is the collar tag.





Swish.
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Completely unstructured...


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Thread Starter 
Pop and thread first. Deets after celebratory wine soaked lunch.
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Pop and thread first. Deets after celebratory wine soaked lunch.

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And it fits...hgnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn
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Paul Stuart linen blend for Spring


Brioni double breated an double vented and stripy orphan.!
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Spoogarden.
Signature song: spoonman.
Dude even looks like Chris Cornell.
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Originally Posted by capnwes View Post

Had a mini thriftening at the end of the night. Was initially disheartened when I saw there were only about 30 ties on the rack at the Salvation Army.

Then after I got a closer look, I bought them out. That has never happened before, we pretty awesome. I kept waiting for someone to tell me they were not for sale or something.

This place doesn't individually price their ties, so no pesky barbs either.











Wow is the lot available?
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Those are some awesome ties cap! That's why it's so hard not to keep checking those same stores bc you just never know when the item put out is going to be the exact right time! Ha what a fun rush/hobby/living this can be Christmas everyday!!
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