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Yes, lets all meet in Chattanooga which is about ½ way there.

Who else is in the area that Chattanooga is just a few hours away?
Great area. And since Chattanooga sux for thrifting, we will not be distracted.

I've worked in Chattanooga for the past 4 years. I just got a better job, though, so I probably won't be going back except to visit friends. And I've kopped multiple Hermes ties, Oxxford, and tons of Southwick in CHA on my free time. Definitely not a destination thrift city, though.
post #39917 of 51449
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Stores are closed tomorrow but if its still there Ill pick it up fpr you.
Was mint.

Awesome! I'd appreciate it! Any other cool 60's-70's stuff from that donor?
post #39918 of 51449
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Don't bust your coccyx on that new deck. I hopped on one after a long hiatus and nearly made a eunuch of myself. #oldman

Def taking it slow. Found an old Dogtown board a year or two ago but it was heavy as hell so I got one of them new fangled light boards. Landed two kickflips (in the grass) on it already.
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Lots of 80 metal stuff.all in vinyl sleeves with price tags.a store must. Have gone bust.
Awful stuff though like Lizzy Borden,Nuclear Assault etc etc.
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Here is that Synergy I was talking about Frenchy. Not cashmere tho lol








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Snagged these today, was in a rush probably missed a few.
post #39922 of 51449
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Originally Posted by Van Veen View Post


I've worked in Chattanooga for the past 4 years. I just got a better job, though, so I probably won't be going back except to visit friends. And I've kopped multiple Hermes ties, Oxxford, and tons of Southwick in CHA on my free time. Definitely not a destination thrift city, though.

I was just teasing a friend who is a Chattanooga native and SF lurker. I figured he would give me shit for making that comment. I, too, have found quite a few nice things there. Now, Knoxville, on the other hand, is a barren wasteland.  

As a matter of fact, I will be listing about 30 items on Sunday that were picked up in Chattanooga: 3 pairs of suede shoes, 3 pairs of shell cordovan, shoes by Louboutin, Prada, etc

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^that would haunt me to think I missed a few.  Never found any Marinella.

 

 

 

men's 36w lulu board shorts

pop on aspesi

 

 

 

 

AE 11d

yeesh, but wasn't leaving behind for $10

hunting jaket w/ game and shell pockets

did not kop several creepy commemorative plates.

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Got these for the house


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t does haunt me, but what can I do nothing so just have to get over it. Man if only I had more time though.....

 

 

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^that would haunt me to think I missed a few.  Never found any Marinella.

 

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men's 36w lulu board shorts

pop on aspesi

 

 

 

 

AE 11d

yeesh, but wasn't leaving behind for $10

hunting jaket w/ game and shell pockets

did not kop several creepy commemorative plates.

 

Few weeks ago

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

post #39926 of 51449
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Originally Posted by impuntura View Post

Lots of 80 metal stuff.all in vinyl sleeves with price tags.a store must. Have gone bust.
Awful stuff though like Lizzy Borden,Nuclear Assault etc etc.
Aw, hell, I'd forgotten about those two bands. Blast from the past.
post #39927 of 51449
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Originally Posted by vexco View Post
 

Someone who is smarter than me:

 

What material is this? It's the care tag from a Margaret Howell sweater I found Monday.

 

don't know whether someone has already answered this.

 

it's 100% wool

post #39928 of 51449
Up early and in the field for a thrift day here in the UK today. Any ideas on who this tag is? I know in recognise it from somewhere. On a Harrods branded jacket. Will kop if a good maker...

post #39929 of 51449
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Up early and in the field for a thrift day here in the UK today. Any ideas on who this tag is? I know in recognise it from somewhere. On a Harrods branded jacket. Will kop if a good maker...

I'm gonna assume you did, but that would be a pass. I'm surprised Harrods doesn't have an English manufacturer. All their ties are English, pretty sure John Comfort.

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don't know whether someone has already answered this.

it's 100% wool

Yup. Wool. Or "Mo".

Good looking out. Missed that one. Sorry guys.
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