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Is anyone up for an authenticity check? I'm not digging the tags, I couldn't find anything similar on the bay. I was excited at first but....

 

 

This is legit. I had the same one in navy blue. 

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POP on Vicuna

 

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^^ Maybe places like China have copyright laws where it is okay to take someone's intellectual property, but no okay to take their ID number. So if traced back to them, they are done for. Just a guess

 

 

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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post


Im pretty sure thats real. You can send it to me and I can let you know for sure - though I cant guarantee you'd get it back.

 

 

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Originally Posted by MJMcRibb View Post
 

This is legit. I had the same one in navy blue. 

 

So for learnings sake how do I reconcile that RN number? Do they expire out of the system after a while and no longer show? I feel that would be the first thing a buyer would come back on...

 

Thanks everyone! Been working through my backlog trying to get everything listed for the fall and holiday season.

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One stop.

Sadly these aren't worth nearly as much as I had thought. True vintage. Deadstock. Size 10 Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


 

Still freaking awesome. Great find. I'd wear 5 pairs of socks to fit into those. 

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Live look in at Bahjls dreams.

1 hunna percent

 

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I think we should grab anything and ask the assumed SF member "Do you know if this is grenadine?"

Best answer

 

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Trevelyan Ties x11

Eton is NWT's, Pop on Alexander Olch tie (found suspenders before)

The 7 Folds, Barba x2, Domenaco Vacca, Kiton, Borrelli

RRL x2, Pop on Olch shirt too...New & Lingwood, Barba, Oxxford, CIfonelli

 

Sick 100% Linen vtg Polo Jacket, looks like an A-1, love this thing

 

Sick actual Sports Jacket, as in Sporting Jacket, from Gianluca Isaia Napoli, Super 120s wool, throat latch

 

Much more blue in person

 

 

 

Sick Brioni with a black and white weave with a bright Royal blue threading going throughout the jacket, looks like a fleck, oh and Wool/Cash

 

Fabric is so nice on this thing. 100% Cash

 

Dope jacket

 

 

 

 

Fred Taylor Beverly Hills 1 button, Peak Lapels, Bespoke Suit

 

 

Brown Tweed Suit

 

Most recent Barrie I have ever come across. Super 130s wool

 

1 button, Peak Lapels

 

 

 

 

 

Finally this guy

 

 

And that is all.

 

Always an amazing showing, great haul man. 

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Stetson wool fedora (think it's called a Pork Pie hat?)


 

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Originally Posted by NewYorkIslander View Post

@SpooPoker mentioned this is the place to go for questions about these and their value. First (HUGE one) is early Edo period, second is mid to late Edo boro fabric throws. Any help would be appreciated on these. Flip flops at the bottom of the picture to show size of throw.





It's late here, but will look into it. Any markings or details (not shown) help. As does a close up of the fabric and content and stitching.
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Originally Posted by NewYorkIslander View Post

@SpooPoker mentioned this is the place to go for questions about these and their value. First (HUGE one) is early Edo period, second is mid to late Edo boro fabric throws. Any help would be appreciated on these. Flip flops at the bottom of the picture to show size of throw.







Cheers folks!

Early Edo? That thing is 400 years old?
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Just two things from last week.

 

Women's SS09 Burberry Prorsum (pop!) Lightweight Textured Silk Blend Patch Pocket Coat. 

 

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Varvatos Collection Italian Suede Chukkas

 

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post #42954 of 51132
A good past couple of days compared to what I usually find. One stop during lunch today, all big sizes. BB MTM, most recent Samuelsohn I've found and my first men's RLPL. $20 total after tax. Getting better at passing on things I would've bought a month ago.

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I just wore that same RLPL shirt this weekend  ^^^^^

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Really?
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I just hit the aloha shirt mother lode... 12 Reyn Spooner shirts!



And a pop on this label:

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Had to leave behind a cart full of J.Press. All ended up being orphans and the tweeds were too damaged.

Cable Car Clothiers flat front flannels


Ledbury (NA, for a buddy)


Brooks Brothers made in England formal shirt with detachable collar. What's this pocket for?



BB made in Scotland cashmere sweater


PRL x Corneliani tux. Sadly, it's two button.
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Originally Posted by Pierson v Post View Post
 

Stetson wool fedora (think it's called a Pork Pie hat?)


 

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Second pic makes it look like it has a crease down the middle. Pork pie hats have a telescope crease.

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Thread Starter 
Ethrift came in.
12 full suits, one tux, one three piece
4 odd jackets, one cashmere
4 odd pants
All Fioravanti full bespoke






And he left one tie in the houndstooth jacket. A good match id say.


And here's a thread first. Matching pocket square.


They all fit me pretty much spot on which sucks. But reluctantly available if you're a 40 L or so
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