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Can anyone id the maker? Thought Florsheim at first but seems to be wrong. Lining has been replaced and covered most of the markings.

 

 

 

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^no idea, but id leave them. looks way too trashed IMHO
post #41163 of 51097
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Originally Posted by DerekS View Post

^no idea, but id leave them. looks way too trashed IMHO

+1

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Thread Starter 
One estate sale. $20/item. These are most certainly the polo scarves you're looking for. Those ski bears tho….
I need a little help with the military stuff though. My limited Google makes me think 30s?
@Pierson v Post @Nataku @Orgetorix

I've never seen a polo ostrich before either. Chrome hearts are the "little red riot". icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif






































post #41165 of 51097
I love those polo sheets
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Polo bear is the best

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Thread Starter 
It's s comforter icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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I wanna make this my profile pic...
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Just the other day I was thinking we needed to replace our couch. Found a custom order $7,500 pottery barn set with performance tweed fabric. Manufacturing date of 4/28/16. A designer bought it and the client didn't like it, so they gave it away. Picked it up for 75% off retail icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif





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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

One estate sale. $20/item. These are most certainly the polo scarves you're looking for. Those ski bears tho….
I need a little help with the military stuff though. My limited Google makes me think 30s?
@Pierson v Post @Nataku @Orgetorix



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I'll start with the easier of the two jackets to identify.  Those ribbons usually give a good rough estimate to begin with, and in this case the yellow ribbon (partially cut off in this pic) is the Asia Pacific Medal ribbon, given to those who served in the Pacific Theatre during 1941-1945.  The red ribbon is for the Bronze Star.  This award was awarded to any service member, starting on Dec. 7, 1941 (Pearl Harbor),  who display heroism or merit in service.  So it is very possible this jacket is from the late 1930's, and 1945 at the latest.  

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Well its not RLPL but its mint...and i mean mint.


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If I am ever in Canada and see a guy going through the racks with his sunglasses on I will know who it is...
post #41173 of 51097
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Originally Posted by DerekS View Post

^no idea, but id leave them. looks way too trashed IMHO

 

 

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+1

 

Too late. Nothing wrong with them though, they just need some trees and a cleaning. Picked up for personal use but I'd be surprised if I didn't get 10 x what I spent if I decide to flip them.

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Too late. Nothing wrong with them though, they just need some trees and a cleaning. Picked up for personal use but I'd be surprised if I didn't get 10 x what I spent if I decide to flip them.

those heels look pretty fucked my man. But if you only spent a couple bucks on em and they fill a need.... good for ya!
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those heels look pretty fucked my man. But if you only spent a couple bucks on em and they fill a need.... good for ya!

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