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Originally Posted by silverwarebandit View Post

I found $200 in a sport coat during the thriftening here, which brought the total out of pocket cost down to about twenty bucks peepwall[1].gif

 

Most I have found so far, is a twenty dollar bill, in a pocket.  Nice bonus at least.

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10 bags worth. Feels good to give back. 

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Originally Posted by dad2bandm View Post
 

 

Most I have found so far, is a twenty dollar bill, in a pocket.  Nice bonus at least.

Was there tag popping involved perhaps?

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Popped one this morning.

 

 

 

 

Not NWT, but looks promising...

 

 

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Originally Posted by capnwes View Post

Popped one this morning.








Not NWT, but looks promising...


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Same model different finish...

Are they mens/womens/unisex?
post #42096 of 51418
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Originally Posted by othertravel View Post

Are they mens/womens/unisex?

Just about fits my size 8 melon, so probably not women's.
post #42097 of 51418

One quick stop on lunch yielded this gorgeous HF Silk Knit Tie. 

 

There was also this Ferragamo tie that was nice but they had $9.99 on it. Is that high? Was that a good pass??

 

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Originally Posted by Tony Pea View Post

There was also this Ferragamo tie that was nice but they had $9.99 on it. Is that high? Was that a good pass??

 

 

It really depends on the color, pattern, and overall quality of the tie. $9.99 is about on the upper range that I am willing to pay for pre-owned Gamo neckwear.

post #42099 of 51418
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Originally Posted by drlivingston View Post
 

It really depends on the color, pattern, and overall quality of the tie. $9.99 is about on the upper range that I am willing to pay for pre-owned Gamo neckwear.

 I wasnt too thrilled about the pattern or colors. I also thought $9.99 was on the high side. I was curious about what others thought was expensive. Thank you!

post #42100 of 51418
My wife found these today, two pieces of Orvis Battenkill luggage

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Trimingham's Bermuda Indian bleeding madras jacket, size 40R. 

 


 

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Oil Painting signed ToBin with a capital B in the middle. Only relevant artist I can find is Eric Tobin. The To in Tobin is similar but not the full signature. Any ideas?
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Originally Posted by Pierson v Post View Post

Trimingham's Bermuda Indian bleeding madras jacket, size 40R. 


Those scrimshaw buttons just make that so over the top old school trad its not even funny. I bet his wife's name was Bunny.
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Originally Posted by richnet12 View Post

...Any ideas?

it's a palette knife painting. i see quite a bit of this kind of thing and usually assume these are production pieces for tourism or some such. not a great bet imo.

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I haven't touched a thrift shop in weeks. Oxfam has been slim pickings for at least 2 months, and nothing has changed. I did pop in today, and found this Gieves & Hawkes navy blue flannel jacket. I think it's a sport coat, but not sure. From January 2013's collection. Size 42R, but it's so nice around the shoulders I'm tempted to tailor it.

 

...but it is available if any one wants it? 

 

 

 

 

 

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