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Also lil something for MCM fans.set of matching teak chairs.how nice would these have looked in front of that desk from January.

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Am I the only one who sees "." posts from ChetB and gets FOMO?
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Just a couple things from the last couple weeks. Seems to be a vintage T-Shirt thing going here so I'll throw in my own minty 1989 Jose Cuervo find. Thing's made in the USA even.

 

 

 

 

Also a couple ties. I'm quite confident they're real, but if anyone sees any reasons to think otherwise let me know!

 

 

 

 

I came across this neat old hat and had to have it. It looks to be quite old (40's-50's would be my guess). I haven't found much online other than a couple others for sale. I'm not sure if it's an actual Woolrich product or made by another maker with their fabric. It's for a very small head size.

 

 

 

And finally this Brooks Brothers double breasted blazer size 48L. I've definitely found more around lately than I have in the past. Sorry for the low-quality pictures. Keep the goods coming.

 

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Great stuff the last couple of pages sheeeeesh
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Holy shit. The last two days guys. Kiton on kiton on p wings and shit.

Last day or two.


No name womens hooded shearling



Polo tie and italian 24k GP and snake skin cuff


Forgot this too.
Womens quilted Patagonia down
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Inspired to go to some estate sales this weekend. They stress me out but I feel like I'll miss out if I don't go. I'm also becoming addicted to e-thrifting and I blame all you guys!
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Searched this black men's overcoat inside and out, only found these two labels:

And that is exactly how the union label tag is.  Most of it is hidden under the stitching.

 


Edited by Pierson v Post - 2/19/16 at 7:02pm
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Originally Posted by Shanejosephxxx View Post

Inspired to go to some estate sales this weekend. They stress me out but I feel like I'll miss out if I don't go. I'm also becoming addicted to e-thrifting and I blame all you guys!

I've been expanding my horizons as well. Checking out some estate sales but I suspect the good stuff is gone in in the first hour or before the sale even starts. Dropped into a local pawnshop as well after seeing a nice Marantz unit they had on the 'bay. The rest of the store was garbage unfortunately. Lots of old tools and outdated electronics.
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Estate sale in Greenwich ... Legit stuff...

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Good god. Congrats. Those CT ones always look so promising.
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Will you both tell my wife what I've been saying for 9 years, that kid duty isn't worth what we could be making?
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Oh man, estate sales...

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Originally Posted by Ace_Face View Post

I've been expanding my horizons as well. Checking out some estate sales but I suspect the good stuff is gone in in the first hour or before the sale even starts. Dropped into a local pawnshop as well after seeing a nice Marantz unit they had on the 'bay. The rest of the store was garbage unfortunately. Lots of old tools and outdated electronics.

Even the few I've been to early are still nuts. People literally running in and grabbing things. I'm also in Spoo territory so that doesn't help haha.
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I'm glad you were able to find some good stuff while you were here. It seems like I never find anything at my DI. Be safe in your drive back across the big Wyo

Most of the DI stores were pretty sparse. I think Mormons are more into fixing things than the average person. Some of the S and GW store hauls were worthy though... Especially with the 30% coupons!
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Oh and cheers thriftbros from Steamboat Springs!

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Edmonds Underwater Park, outside of Seattle. The lingcod in the photo is ~3.5 feet long and 25-30 lbs. Some of the larger ones push 4.5 and 50 lbs! Fishing is banned here, so the lingcod are numerous, happy, and extremely large.

They're also remarkably tolerant of having 35 watt HIDs shoved in their faces... They'll certainly bite if you get too close to their eggs though! These guys have TEETH—I've actually seen one bite through a drysuit before!

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Sharp pointy teeth, and tasty when grilled with lemon...
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