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Today was decent. Found some finds that fit me to keep, and sold some others.
It's now late...so I'll post these. Wish they were my size.

Putting them on the Bay soon.



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Found a cool lamp.


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Duke: That Turnbull though,,,,
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So have been on vacations every other week the last month or so. Lucky enough to get to thrift in San Fran and Cali which was fun and then this past week stopped by to thrift just about every big city in Texas while doing amusement parks and schlitterbahns with the fam for spring break. Already sent San Fran things to spoo so I'll post highlights of that later. Here's mostly Texas things from the last week before box goes out...

Armani coll, brooks x 3, hickey x 2


Polo Italy, hsm gold, cremiux loro, south wick,


Prada x 2, polo Italy x 4, Sam, Hugo, zan, zegna sport


It's fun not just thrifting in mcrib and oolong wake every day ha!
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Just a few recent finds. The thrifting gods have been good to me lately.












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I brought this bag home so I could do some research on it. I am guessing it is a fake. It does not seem like quality workmanship here. Made in Italy looks like one word and the tag is crooked. What do you think?

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I brought this bag home so I could do some research on it. I am guessing it is a fake. It does not seem like quality workmanship here. Made in Italy looks like one word and the tag is crooked. What do you think?


Yeah, it doesn't look "right." Not a Prada expert, but the spacing between the letters on a real Prada logo is usually wider.
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I bought this tie for myself because I like the pattern, not for any monetary incentive but just out of curiosity, I googled the maker and did an ebay search. Both came up empty. Anyone familiar? It's in my closet either way, just curious...







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When I saw the first picture of it in the first grouping, with no labels, my first thought was: I KNOW that tie. Robert Talbott, Brit old-school "Old Cholmelians" pattern repp. I was wrong about the maker, but pretty sure that is the pattern.
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Quick thrift(ish) piccy.

 

TM Lewin Shirt - Outlet

William Hunt Shawl Cardigan - TK Maxx

Vintage Huntsman Shantung Silk Tie - E Thrift

 

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Paging Dr. @Fueco...


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Care tag is MIA...

Every time VanVeen pick something up I'm always like, how late was I to the thrift that day...nice find man!

 

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That's kind of along the lines of what I was thinking.

 

I did find these with them though...

 

Oh Hai... (Click to show)
 

 

 

 

 

 

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All 10 are Borrelli, and 9 are NWOT, 4 are 7 folds. 

 

 

Sir, might those, any of those, be available?

 

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Found a cool lamp.
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How do you always find top notch house wear? Amazing find and super cool lamp dude! Do you have a one in one out policy?? 

 

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Just a few recent finds. The thrifting gods have been good to me lately.
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Is this Brioni available sir? 

 

Morning everyone!

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Absolutely positively 100% N/A icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

Check that start and end time fellas #ninja

Fucking awesome way to roll into this long weekend. I'm over the moon.
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Absolutely positively 100% N/A icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

Check that start and end time fellas #ninja

Fucking awesome way to roll into this long weekend. I'm over the moon.

Myyyyyyy ninja, good work man!!

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When I saw the first picture of it in the first grouping, with no labels, my first thought was: I KNOW that tie. Robert Talbott, Brit old-school "Old Cholmelians" pattern repp. I was wrong about the maker, but pretty sure that is the pattern.

Thanks for the info, man! I really dig the pattern. Good to know its origin, as it were. Cheers
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Thrift store by my house had a bunch of old punk LPs and I am regretting not buying them. Sub-humans and Exploited mainly. They wanted about $20 an LP

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Is there a medieval music expert in the house? This thing is giving me flashbacks to freshman music history. But for $3.25, it has earned a prominent place in our music room (or my study).

 

 

For those of you following along at home:

 

 

Ebay dealer:

It is part of the celebration of the Easter Vigil (Holy Saturday = Sabbato Sancto). It is not manuscript but rather is a paper leaf from a printed choirbook. Hard to date from a photo of just a single sample, could be anywhere from mid 1500's to early 1700's.

 

Etsy duder:

Yes, its real. A good buy. Value wise it's probably $30 on a bad day up to $160 on a good day. It's always hard to tell exactly what they are. Probably 16th/17th/18th century, Spanish or Italian.

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