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felt like i was on my deathbed for the last week or so, finally got some fresh air today and found this sweet Poole. ~46




e-thrifted this just before i got sick (keeping) cashmere outer, silk lined, fancy tassel belt.
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Originally Posted by 330CK View Post

felt like i was on my deathbed for the last week or so, finally got some fresh air today and found this sweet Poole. ~46




e-thrifted this just before i got sick (keeping) cashmere outer, silk lined, fancy tassel belt.

 

Damn. That Sulka was already cheap and they accepted cheaper? So sad I missed it.

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Originally Posted by Takai View Post

Just had the "Expert Tailor" at the rack with "More years experience than you are old" try to tell me that I needed a 44 jacket because I have a 39" chest, and that finding a jacket with a 27.5-28.5" boc OTR and a 39" chest was super easy.

Bro, i think you should stop hanging out with the mentally challenged.

Too lazy to post everything but I've been thrifting in someone's wake lately.
Only a few items today.

I usually don't kop old Zegna but the price was ok. The Brioni was pretty old but not the oldest I've had.
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So how many silk Sulka robes does that make it 330? wink.gif
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Originally Posted by Spruce Moose View Post

99% percent sure I saw Impuntra In Mississauga VV just before 6 but I was too scared to say hi. Backpack and scarf?

Is this Patagonia jacket real and worth keeping? Used a 30% coupon. Might be for personal. The China threw me off.




Also passed on this Barbour jacket as too big and didn't really like it. Just looked it up and the sporting line is pretty new so this might have been a mistake to pass haha Got some other stuff I'll throw up tomorrow.

The Barbour has a huge hole in it.
Were you the asian guy with the dreads (not kidding) or the other asian guy with the Barbour waxed
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marmot for myself.Corn Polo fodder.
A skeet Fuecotonia fleece...







Now it gets interesting.this is the handmade Sartoria line...



Cashmere lined leather...







And since im on a hotstreak lately decided to hit the slots after dinner with a friend. (Not available)
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Picked for me. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

I have that tie and it's superb.
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Originally Posted by double00 View Post

keyword "team signed nhl":

http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_sacat=0&_nkw=team%20signed%20hockey%20jersey&LH_Complete=1&LH_Sold=1&rt=nc&_trksid=p2045573.m1684

i'd try to figure out the year, the sharks had a pretty good run as a playoff team but always fizzled confused.gif

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Originally Posted by Cj52racers View Post

7 is Brad Stuart and 22 is Scott hannan. The Hannan signature puts it between 01-07. Match up the rest and you'll have what years team it is.

Patrick Marleau and Joe Thornton were the best players on the team those years, hopefully they're on there as well.

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These things are actually not that uncommon. Most NHL teams have a day where charities can take stuff in and all the players will sign it for free (from the looks of this jersey, that's what this is) . I usually get at least 2 Canucks jerseys done up like this every year for a silent auction event we have. If you have 'good' players on there and it is an official team jersey (i.e., the same as the real team-worn ones) they're generally worth more.

Thanks for all of your inputs, guys!

So, with the help of my amazing wife, we were able to identify both Joe Thornton, number 19

And
Patric marleau, number 12


But from what i can tell this isn't a very valuable item, right? Maybe 100 on ebay? But, it's my first time kopping a sharks item that's signed by the entire team. Very cool pop!
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Originally Posted by impuntura View Post

marmot for myself.Corn Polo fodder.
A skeet Fuecotonia fleece...







Now it gets interesting.this is the handmade Sartoria line...



Cashmere lined leather...







And since im on a hotstreak lately decided to hit the slots after dinner with a friend. (Not available)
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Originally Posted by barrelntrigger View Post



But from what i can tell this isn't a very valuable item, right? Maybe 100 on ebay? But, it's my first time kopping a sharks item that's signed by the entire team. Very cool pop!
No, not worth a ton. Mostly due to no CoA and it being on a practice jersey. The CoA can be acquired through PSA, who is probably the best of the national authentication companies for signatures. It would be cost prohibitive at 20-50 per signature though.

Would look great in a shadowbox though! The Sharks have had some really good teams over the past 10-15 years, but they never could get over the playoff hump even with some really talented teams. They kind of got the reputation as a choke team in the playoffs.
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This is from two separate stops. 

 

 

J Crew Ludlow Wool Blazer, 38R available

 

 

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Giant Dry Goods windbreaker, n/a

 

Yung Jin? Chorecoat? any help on this one is appreciated. Seems to be natural indigo and real copper buttons. Found an old school credit card receipt (the carbon copy kind) charged on Christmas eve of 1978 and some kind of flyer printed in Korean. Not available.


 

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Some cool trinkets:

 

Sterling silver baseball pendant

 

 

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Copper scholastic award pendant from 1938

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Sterling silver Key-ring maybe? Made by Crosse in Germany

 

 

 

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Birkenstocks, black leather size 12, like new condition. available

 

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This is the tag from the chore coat I just posted.

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Thread Starter 
good luck to all of us facing snowmageddon today!
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One of my coats sold overnight and turns out it's going to a member of The Groucho Club in London. Done a bit of research on the buyer - very interesting!
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Sneakers be sneaking. I have no knowledge but figured these might be good pickups at 25?

 

 

 

down for these if size 11.

 

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