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Anyone have the initials MEF? Could probably be converted to be MER, MEB, MEP, etc...



Have 3 x Turnbull & Asser banker shirts (white french cuff, white collar) .. available at cost plus shipping.. measurements below:
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Solid blue: P2P - 25.75. shoulders - 19, sleeves - 33.5, neck - 17
Blue & White Stripe: P2P - 24.75, Shoulders -18.25 , sleeves -34.5 , neck - 16.75
Solid purple: P2P -24.00, shoulders - 18.5, sleeves - 34.5 neck - 16.75
post #27527 of 59955
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Originally Posted by richnet12 View Post

Going on a cruise to Key West next month.

I was stoked to find there is a Salvation Army store on the island!

Wife will not be impressed...


Business expense the trip?
Looooolool
Or at least see if that will pay for the trip
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Sparrow...you are thinking! I will throw that idea past the wife!
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Thread Starter 
4:45a - 4:00p
Etro ancient madder robe, Kopped from @330ck


4:01p-4:20p


John Partridge quilted jacket
Cruciani hooded cotton cardigan (unseen)
Johnstons cashmere chocolate tattersall scarf (unseen)
J. Crew selvedge
LL Bean vintage bean boots
Random shearling gloves
Barbour hat
All thrifted by me

4:21p- ?
post #27530 of 59955
I thought you didnt shovel lol
post #27531 of 59955
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by impuntura View Post

I thought you didnt shovel lol

I dont. My kid wanted to build a snowman!
post #27532 of 59955
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Originally Posted by Alex Hayes View Post

Pretty insane for a thrift price but if it's working it would be worth it. Definitely for personal use and probably some room left if you're trying to flip it. However, if it's got problems, hopefully they are ones you can fix yourself (they often are) or something that would be easily fixed by someone else. I don't know how into vintage stereo equipment you are so I apologize if you already know all this. Thrifting for stereo equipment, LP's, cassettes etc. is what got me into the whole thrifting game. I've come across some nice stuff! But sadly, hardly anything these days. Long story short, very cool piece and you generally can't go wrong with Silver-Faced Marantz.

Even if its dead buy vintage electrinics.the good stuff i mean.
There are hordes of guys who love nothing more then fixing this stuff.
Like thats literally their passion and almost like a personal challenge to get them working again.these guys look at schematics like some people look at Playboys.
post #27533 of 59955
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

I dont. My kid wanted to build a snowman!

Ah ok.the hat on shovel threw me off
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Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by impuntura View Post

Ah ok.the hat on shovel threw me off

it was to give that manly man vibe to the photo.

But it so wasn't.
post #27535 of 59955
A big thanks to @dappercanadian for my thrift exchange gift! He sent it in December and the post was a bit slow to get it to me. Either way, it is an awesome package full of incredibly useful things. Check out that RLPL!





A big THANK YOU to everyone that donated and participated in the exchange this year. I hope to see you all on the list for the next round!
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Originally Posted by TheNeedMachine View Post

Yes on the Marantz. I wooda.

Looking for Marantz 2270 if anyone's holding. What do? PM if have. Nat, Jon... smile.gif
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I've been reading the forums for a while now, but keep seeing a few terms I don't recognize.  What is meant by "skeet" and "kop?"

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Recent finds...

AWESOME Luciano Barbera Sartoriale by San Andrea (N/A)





Wool/linen/silk (my favorite blend) (N/A)





This must be reversible as it snaps on both sides. The wool side has no pockets and the tag would need to be clipped. Wool is an oatmeal color. Really nice/cool. Size EU 54, but fits like a medium. Available.






Woolrich pea coat, made in the USA




A bit worn and women's, but I'll take it. Oh, and missing a belt.




You guys have to worry about the Halloween section in October. I found this in the Fasching (Carnival) dress-up section. It's small, I suppose possibly child-sized, but I had to save it from a costume and I wouldn't leave it for €2.50. The son took the store over by 1926 I believe, and the double-headed eagle implies it's pre-WWI.










Really nice sweater from a defunct chain. Made in Italy, size M, available.



Stone Island




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Thread Starter 
those are such european finds.
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Originally Posted by HermesSeeker View Post

I've been reading the forums for a while now, but keep seeing a few terms I don't recognize.  What is meant by "skeet" and "kop?"

Skeet something with value
That should be in the garbage can if others didn't value it

Kop. Purchase, from koppen?
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