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Originally Posted by the2ndhandman View Post

^^ stupid Ebay valet idiots. I've just learned a valuable lesson. That dudes going to be pissed when he gets a check for $20 lol.
Yea the worst part s that the $41.99 was a BIN on a $19.99 auction. Yea I sure as fuck took the BIN option
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Couple of very nice Zegna sport coats. Hounds tooth is a wool/Cash/Silk Blend. Both dual vented and have surgeon cuffs. The jet black on has a whole lot of pockets inside - couple of zippered, one for a cell, another for pens, etc.I know these are relatively recent, but can someone tell me what year these are from? (both 44L and available if anyone wants to deal)

 

 

 

 

 

Then I grabbed this thing because that pattern/colors is just too cool to pass on. Anyone know the vintage of this one? Also available for anyone who wears a 42ish w/ realllllyyy long arms (21.5" chest but 27" arms)

 

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Well this guy arrived today

Button Down Long Sleeve are probably the last 4 words I would ever use in that title. Good on you man.
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#beavisandbuttheadlaugh
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What part of an alligator is this from?
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Originally Posted by kbadgley84 View Post

What part of an alligator is this from?

I think that could be the rare and not often found alligator taint.
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

I think that could be the rare and not often found alligator taint.
Haha that's awesome
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button down blazers are da bomb!
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Originally Posted by richnet12 View Post

button down blazers are da bomb!
I prefer long sleeve button down notch lapel blazers
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Originally Posted by kbadgley84 View Post

What part of an alligator is this from?

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Originally Posted by drlivingston View Post

One stop shopping....
AE Broadstreet
Brunello Cucinelli (look similar to the ones @SpooPoker
 recently had listed... Can a brother borrow some key words? biggrin.gif )
AE Berwick (rare spectator loafers)
Not available right now as I am in the process of listing them. lol






NWT Cucinelli boots? WTF? True thrift?
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Originally Posted by kbadgley84 View Post

I prefer long sleeve button down notch lapel blazers

whatever it is its my new favorite search keyword sequence
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Originally Posted by richnet12 View Post

whatever it is its my new favorite search keyword sequence
E thrifting eBay keeps me up at night
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$6.99

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Originally Posted by Bahljs View Post

Literally, who the fuck donates garments like this. I'd be very interested in the real life thought process of someone who throws ^^ in a donate pile (or other circumstance). Thoughts? I mean Jesus FC.

I've said this before and I'll say it again... but once you've cleaned out an estate or dealt with moving someone from a long-time residence, you'll understand. It's so overwhelming that you get to the point where you'd pay people to take stuff out of the house. There's a time constraint, and what you're making by selling the property quickly is orders of magnitude greater than what you'd gain by taking the time to maximize the value of every single item in the estate.

That's how shitty estate sale companies and consigners make money. You can pick and choose only the high end stuff to send to someone like Spoo, or you can just pack everything up and send it to someone like Linda who will take all of it without question. There's also a point where the tax writeoff from donating becomes more lucrative than selling something really cheap (the writeoff value is a lot higher than the actual resale value), so someone would rather donate that mink coat they have valued at $2k than sell it for $100 (which is closer to what it's actually worth).
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