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post #37096 of 51252
Never seen this Bijan tag before. Fake or am I missing something? Alpaca with solid construction.
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Originally Posted by acebigdawg View Post

Never seen this Bijan tag before. Fake or am I missing something? Alpaca with solid construction.
Tag looks real but he didn't open his boutique till 1976 and if I'm reading that tag right it's dated 1973 wich is the year he came to the us so that throws it off a little. Was he making clothes prior to his store?
post #37098 of 51252
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Originally Posted by the2ndhandman View Post
 
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Originally Posted by acebigdawg View Post

Never seen this Bijan tag before. Fake or am I missing something? Alpaca with solid construction.
Tag looks real but he didn't open his boutique till 1976 and if I'm reading that tag right it's dated 1973 wich is the year he came to the us so that throws it off a little. Was he making clothes prior to his store?

'1973' is nothing about the coat, this sentence/phrase shows on many makers' tag

post #37099 of 51252
Tommy Hilfiger th athletic


Richel tie and Coogi style Massimo Bizzochi tie


Nwot Current spring/summer 2016 Fuct x Adrian Boot shirts


APC merino wool sweater


Crispy 1/4 zip Pendleton Wool sweater


Patagonia R1 full zip


Pink plaid shirt Medium


Kuhl man size 43


CP Shades Regina linen tunic XS


Robert Graham M and RLPL S


Masatomo tagged XX cotton/silk

Vtg? Swingster mi USA poly/cotton Large


@SpooPoker peepwall[1].gif
Nwt Keith Haring NY junk food for Urban Outfitters. vintage softness tagged Medium


Now it gets a bit more interesting... Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Nwot DICKIES x Bedwin and the Heartbreakers standard defacto


Acne Jean's tagged 33x34 I think


Nwot Dickies Iron and Resin


BEAMS Japan khakis


LOUIS VUITTON uniformes (employees uniform) idk if you can see the monogram logo all over it



Nwt Armani Collezioni



LEVI'S LVC 501 selvedge


LEVI'S LVC 505 -0217 pre-thrashed, sewn and patched up for your convenience, selvedge



And this last pair, almost left it cuz I couldn't make out the tiny first words.. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



Today is my first day trying to list stuff (mediocre set up at work for pictures,measuring on the kitchen table and slow Internet in a house of 5, plus a dog lol). I have more respect for all you guys who do this. If anyone has tips I'm all ears haha ( yes, I am reading the ebay thread on the daily lol). Thanks for the knowledge you all have shared! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Originally Posted by acebigdawg View Post

Never seen this Bijan tag before. Fake or am I missing something? Alpaca with solid construction.

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Originally Posted by the2ndhandman View Post

Tag looks real but he didn't open his boutique till 1976 and if I'm reading that tag right it's dated 1973 wich is the year he came to the us so that throws it off a little. Was he making clothes prior to his store?

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Originally Posted by coloRLOw View Post

'1973' is nothing about the coat, this sentence/phrase shows on many makers' tag

Its real. Made by D'Avenza. And ColorLow is right, the Norma etc… 1973 is just a mark that Italian makers used to be required to put on a composition tag, like we do with dry cleaning instructions etc. in the US.
post #37101 of 51252
I picked up these sweet creps today. Any recommendations on how to clean the up?





And an ugly longchamp. Suspicious of it being fugazzi... Taking it back.




Edited by Purplelabel - 5/23/16 at 7:49am
post #37102 of 51252
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post



Its real. Made by D'Avenza. And ColorLow is right, the Norma etc… 1973 is just a mark that Italian makers used to be required to put on a composition tag, like we do with dry cleaning instructions etc. in the US.

Thanks guys.
post #37103 of 51252
Its real. Made by D'Avenza. And ColorLow is right, the Norma etc… 1973 is just a mark that Italian makers used to be required to put on a composition tag, like we do with dry cleaning instructions etc. in the US.

@spoopoker

I see never knew or have seen that mark before. When you say used to. Are they not doing or requiring that anymore.
post #37104 of 51252

Anyone know anything about comic books?   I may have scored big at an auction this week.   

post #37105 of 51252
I took the "Longchamp" back, swapped it out for this Ede & Ravenscroft charcoal DB jacket. Size 40L, anyone need a jacket like this?



post #37106 of 51252
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Originally Posted by Woofa View Post

Wanted to share my just arrived e-thrift from our own Brianpore. My first Carminas.

Very happy with them.

if you got it from Brianpore, it wasn't an e-thrift :hide:

post #37107 of 51252
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Anyone know anything about comic books?   I may have scored big at an auction this week.   

 

If anyone is interested or has any skills here are some pics of the group: 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It includes

 

Dr. Strange (issue #1) 

 

Giant Size Dr. Strange Issue #1 

 

Dr. Strange (issues 3, 6, 8, 9, 11, 13, 18, and #182) 

 

Mobius (the living Vampire) (#20, 21, 26, 27, 28, 29, 20, and 31) 

 

 

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OT: Anyone having weird issues with styleforum marking posts as read even though you haven't read them? Last night, I was catching up on this thread. I went to bed and when I got to work, it said there was 1 unread post in this thread. I opened it and there were about 10 new posts before the "1" that was unread that were posted throughout the night while I was asleep. Does that make sense?

 

I guess I'll try changing my password. If you get a weird PM from me, ignore it if it seems sketchy?

post #37109 of 51252

Went back to get spoo his band shirts at 25% off and scored this sweatshirt for $1.59:

 

 

 

 

 

Next stop produced some 9.5 burgundy Sanfords in close to unused condition and these guys for $6 each.

 

These are two plates from "Grammar of Ornament, illustrated by various styles of ornament" by Owen Jones, 1856 (http://www.abebooks.com/servlet/SearchResults?an=Owen+Jones&bi=0&bx=off&ds=30&pics=on&recentlyadded=all&sortby=1&tn=THE+GRAMMAR+OF+ORNAMENT&x=0&y=0)

 

post #37110 of 51252
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Originally Posted by concealed View Post
 

if you got it from Brianpore, it wasn't an e-thrift :hide:

Poor wording by me.  Not meant to deceive anyone as these are for personal use and while I think a good deal, certainly not cheap.  Purchase from other SF member BrianPore.

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